Fishing hasn't really let up this August on the Truckee River. If you know how to play your cards the fish are willing. I've been fishing both sides of the river, California and Nevada, and catching fish in both states.
This time of year, I'll fish some fast water, you'd be surprised who's tucked down deep in a mid river slot. Put the lead on and get your flies to the fish. Fish the inside stuff first with a dry dropper rig and than nymph up on the deeper stuff. When I mean fast water look for areas in the river with a steep change in gradient. Take a nap during the afternoon and get back on it for some caddis action at dusk. Crays, small mays, stones, caddis pupae and hoppers should be in your box. Some double rainbows from the last few days.
Robert got the good honors today down on the Nevada side of the Truckee River. Fishing was easy, and we rode the gravy train all day. Sure, some were planters, but we did hook some big wild fish. Nights are cool and the fishing is good. Both states are fishing well, and G.G.S. has miles upon miles of river to fish.......
The Truckee River is still fishing well, night's are cool, back down into the 30's-40's again, and we still have......