The Little Truckee sits at 150 CFS still and we are so happy to see the flows continue to be this good through the month of June. The dry fly bite has become increasingly consistent with the PMD’s being the main course and a caddis hatch now showing up for dessert for those willing to stick it out until dark. As these fish see more and more angling pressure, we recommend doing your part to spread out and give other anglers plenty of space. We highly encourage you to make it a point to fish here mid-week, early in the mornings or late in the day and try different areas of the river that see fewer anglers. This will help spread out angling pressure, keep both the fish and the fishers happy and, we believe, will give you a better shot at a trophy fish as the bigger, wiser fish often look for inconspicuous areas to tuck away in and often wait until odd hours of the day to let their guard down. For those looking to toss some nymphs out here, we recommend using a euro set up to be able to effectively pick apart the many seams the fish can hide in on this water and this style of fishing can also be a stealthier way to present to these fish, as they’ve probably seen a bright orange bobber or two in their day.If you would like to go fishing with us please check out our website Trout Creek Outfitters.com or call (530) 563-5119.
We have seen a very good variety of bugs present on the river and fly selection can at times be......