Big news for Crowley Lake fly fishermen is that the algae is almost gone. Fly fishing will improve

Crowley Lake Fish Camp

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Things are starting to improve on the fly fishing front. The algae is pretty much gone from the entire lake, and we are starting to see a few fish over in McGee Bay. We had 5 or 6 small browns this morning on Copper Tigers and Shafts out in about 11 feet of water. There were some bigger fish swirling on Damsel Flies, but they would not take any thing we offered. Both Big and Littl Hilton are still holding some fish out in that 16 to 20 foot range. Try getting the Albino Baron down deep to those guys with your sliding indicators.

We also found a few fish up in the North Arm in 12 feet of water. Copper Tigers and Super Flies should work up there.


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