The lake has seen some slower days as of late and it’s easy to assume this is because of the lack of weather. With a storm coming in this week that should change, and we should see some great days ahead. The name of the game has been indicator fishing using leeches, and color can vary day to day (or even hour to hour) but good go-to colors will be white, black and olive. We’ve been fishing a duel leech set up as it seems the midges haven’t been producing with as much consistency, and we’ve been finding fish around 8-12 feet on a regular basis, sometimes fishing deeper or shallower if nothing is happening after a good soak of 30 minutes or more. The strip bite has been best in the mornings, especially if you’re fishing before the sun pokes over the hill as this additional movement give them a better target to hone-in on. The fish are being found all around the lake and it seems that there hasn’t been any beach that is particularly hot, with maybe the exception of Pelican Point, because frankly this beach always fishes well due to it being one of the main stocking locations. The bite has been spread throughout the day and the best policy when fishing here is to keep your flies in the water as long as you can stand to up your odds, no real secrets here.If you would like to go fishing with us please check out our website Trout Creek Outfitters.com or call (530) 563-5119.
Scotty McKeown from Chico, Ca stopped by the shop with some friends on the way to Pyramid this past Friday.......