Location

CA
United States
39° 19' 54.8652" N, 120° 9' 55.476" W

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Fishing Report Provided by American Fly Fishing Co. - Phil White
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4
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Fishing Report
April 16, 2014
General Conditions: Truckee River flows are around 100 cfs in Truckee. Very good flows guys! We are seeing Big Brown to 10lbs being hooked and release...TRUE. Dry flies are working well. Crayfish, Golden Stones & Baetis - nymphs are working well. Fishing & Hatches:Bottom line is guides do make fishing the Truckee a great experience. Nymphing has been productive with small stones. Top 10 Flies: Nymphs: Burk's Hunchback Infrequens-14-18 * Dead Drift Crayfish - Brown & Olive 8 * Mighty Mite-baetis, brn, tan-14-20 * BH Pheasant Tail Nymph-14-18 * Flashback Pheasant Tail Nymph-14-20 * Micro Mayfly Nymph-brn & olive 14-18 * Micro Stone Nymph- 14-16 Streamers: Wool-head Sculpins-black,olive- 4 * Matuka- olive- 6 Dries:Chernobyl Juicy Bug
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Fishing Report Provided by Tahoe Fly Fishing Outfitters - Tahoe Fly Fishing Outfitters
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2
Average: 2 (1 vote)
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Fishing Report
April 4, 2014
Flows are 120-400+ and variable. Above the 267 Bridge: Closed for the winter! Opens April 26th! Year round section (CA) below 267 Bridge. Hit and miss fishing all winter long. Access is great without the snow. Baetis, Squalla and March Browns. Look for Caddis as well with the early Spring. Afternoons will be best as the temperatures rise. Squalla Stones especially in the lower sections!
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