Truckee River Fishing Report 6/13/13

 

Things are cranking here on the Truckee River in Reno, Tahoe, Truckee. What I thought was going to be a summer long heat wave has let up and we are back in the low  70’s once again in the Hirsch. Careful breathing in that cool mountain air because you could inhale a mouthful of caddis. We have been hammering them on the pupa lately, and the G-6 reigns supreme. A big stone and a G-6 , in that order, will get you through all summer. Good to have some crays handy this time of year too. Doug O’s Stonedaddy is a good one, and I’ve been hammering some fish on them too. Fish are in fast water. Sometimes its hard to spot that type of holding water, but they’re in there, trust me. Evening caddis blitz is on, green drakes, well, I haven’t seen to many, but I’m sure someone somewhere has lit up on them one night. Flows are great and the weather is great.

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