Location

CA
United States
38° 19' 57.6588" N, 119° 12' 41.3568" W

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Fishing Report Provided by Walker River Outfitters - Scott Freeman
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April 4, 2014
The Miracle Mile is fishing o.k. with midges and BWO's. Flows have come down to winter levels recently but that doesn't hurt the fishing as much as everyone thinks. The best action is still below the bridge where big trout are focusing on Skwalas and BWO's. Afternoons have been really good with a decent BWO hatch and stoneflies getting blown into the water. Try Swala imitations if your blind fishing. If you find rising fish, they're probably eating BWO dries and emergers. The fish remain spooky so be sure to keep a low profile and get stealthy. Concentrate your efforts on the pools and deeper pockets, that's where the fish are. RECOMMENDED FLIES: Zebra Midge 20-22, W.D. 20-22, Juju Midge 20-24, Brassie 20-22, Flash Bang Midge 20-22, Barr's BWO Emerger 16-18, P.T. 16-18, Juju Baetis 16-18, Poxyback Baetis 16-18, CDC Baetis Emerger 16-18, Rubberleg 10-12, Poxyback Stone 10-12, Sprout Midge 20-22, Griffiths Gnat 20-22, Sparkle Dun BWO 16-18, Bunny Dun 16-18, Chubby Chernobyl 10-12, Designated Hitter 10-12, Royal PMX 8-10, Matuka 8-12, Hornburg 8-12, Zuddler 8-10.
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Fishing Report Provided by Tahoe Fly Fishing Outfitters - Tahoe Fly Fishing Outfitters
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April 4, 2014
Flows are at Winter/Spring minimums but will be fluctuating as the ranchers call for water. Don’t expect much for flows since the reservoir is going to be low this spring. Fish with Baetis, Stones and Caddis. Pattern sizes should be in the 18-20 range for Baetis, size 10-12 for the Stones and 16-18 for the Caddis. Look for Dry Squalla action in the afternoons. Cloudy days are worth a look! Otherwise down and dirty in the buckets. Streamers will take a fish or two especially towards the end of the day.
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