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24 Jun 2014
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Battle Creek

Slight tint, mid 50’s, 231 cfs at Coleman Fish Hatchery.

Fishing is good.  Best fishing is mid-morning with trout rising to PMD’s and again from 6pm to dusk with trout rising to caddis and golden stones. Nymphing with stoneflies and caddis pupa is the most productive midday when the sun is on the water. Hoppers are starting! Splash hoppers along the bank and around boulders in pocket water to get a rise. Some yellow sallies in the afternoon, but a yellow sallie nymph has been more productive than the dry. Access above Coleman Fish Hatchery.

Attractor beadhead nymphs Hogan’s Steelie Caddis, hare’s ear, twenty incher, Hart’s dark lord, copper john (red, copper) bird’s nest, black AP, prince of darkness, king prince, dirty bird (tan, olive), Hogan’s drifter, biotic nymph, Hogan’s Red Headed Step Child (#10-18). Caddis pupa/emergers Fox's poopah (olive, tan), hot wire caddis, Anderson's peeking green, Fox’s springtime poopah, Amber wing prince, M’s Dirty Bird, Hogan’s steelie caddis, Silvey’s submerger caddis (olive, tan).Golden stonefly dries and Golden stonefly nymphs and PMD emergers/cripples/dries and Caddis cripples/dries (listed elsewhere).

Moderate fishing pressure above Coleman Hatchery.

Davis Lake (near Portola off hwy 70)

Clear, low to mid 60s F.

Fishing is good to excellent. Damsels are on! Warm days with no wind are providing excellent damsel action from 10am-2pm. Target cruising trout in the shallows with a damsel on an intermediate line or a floating line with a long leader. Walking the banks and using a float tube or boat are both productive. In the afternoon, switch to hex nymph and fish it with a slow retrieve. Hex start hatching in numbers around 8pm. Fish around Freeman, Cow Creek and Jenkins Cove. Only sporadic callibaetis in the afternoon but warm weather show bring them out. Good reports of trout over 20”. Water is starting to warm in the afternoon so it is possible that the bite will shut off later in the day.

Damsel fly nymphs/dries Burk’s sierra damsel (tan, olive), mono eye damsel, no name damsel, foam swimming damsel, Stalcup’s ultra damsel, J Fair wiggle tail nymph (olive, fiery brown), adult blue damsel, Burk’s adult damsel, horny damsel, damsel dragon (#12-16). Lake woolly buggers/streamers J Fair wiggle tail (olive, brown, burnt orange) BH woolly bugger (black, olive, brown), crystal bugger, mini bugger black/olive, seal bugger (rust, olive, black). Blood midge pupa red brassie, disco midge red, red and copper zebra midge, red copper john, red headed step child, chirono cones (#12-14). Attractor beadhead nymphs and Lake woolly buggers/streamers and Caddis cripples/dries (listed elsewhere).

Moderate to high fishing pressure. Coves may be busy during the weekends NCDAG pg 70. Tributaries around Davis lake open Saturday preceding Memorial Day to Nov. 15th.

Deer Creek (Along Highway 32)

Slight tint, high 40’s F, high flow.

Fishing is fair to good. Best fishing in the evening when the sun is off the water and trout are rising to caddis, yellow sallies, and golden stones. In the morning, trout will rise to  and attractor dry with a small caddis pupa or mayfly dropper fished in pools and riffles. Midday, go deep in pools and deep runs to find trout seeking cool water. For best fishing with kids, Elam Campground provides best access to stocked trout eager for a meal. Good numbers of 6-10” trout.

Attractor dries irresistible adams, parachute light cahill, Rio Grande trude, parachute adams, paralyzer, royal coachman, crystal stimulator, renegade, royal wulff, para wulff, (#10-18).Ant patterns Deer hair ant, 2 tone Para ant, Cutter’s perfect ant, Schroeder’s parachute ant, hi-vis foam ant, flying ant, fur ant, flying ant (#12-18). PMD emergers/cripples/dries and BWO/Baetis nymphs and Caddis pupa/emergers and Golden stonefly dries and Attractor beadhead nymphs (listed elsewhere in report).

Expect moderate fishing pressure. Access off Hwy 32 from Deer Creek bridge upstream to Hwy 36. Catch & Release from Deer Creek Falls down stream to Ishi Wilderness. NCDAG pg. 58.

Fall River (Cal Trout access to Spring Creek Rd)

Slight tint, normal spring flow.

Fishing is good. Midges and small PMD nymphs under an indicator are most productive on the flats in the morning. Mid-morning, trout are keying on the PMD hatch. Look for rising trout with a delicate downstream drift. Hot flies: Tilt Wing, sparkle dun. If wind comes up in the afternoon, strip small mohair or hailbopp leech on a type 3 or intermediate sinking line. Hex is on! The hatch starts around 8:30 and can last from 20 minutes to 40 minutes depending where you are. Be sure to give the Hex dry a twitch to make it stand out from the rest. Access at Cal trout and Rat Farm launches. Best with a pontoon, drift boat or kayak.

Hex nymphs Quigley’s emerging hex nymph, Burk’s hex nymph, Bear’s headbanger hex (#6-8).Hexagenia cripples/dries Quigley’s Hex cripple, Mercer’s poxyback hex cripple, Water’s foam hex, Bear’s foam hex, (#6-8). Midge pupa glass bead midge (red, black), crystal dip, disco midge, brassie, desert storm, zebra midge (rust, black), WD40 (olive, chocolate), skinny nelson, crystal HBI (#18-22). PMD emergers/cripples/dries  and Lake woolly buggers/streamers (listed elsewhere).

Expect moderate fishing pressure. Pram with electric motor needed. Public access is at Cal Trout. NCDAG pg 38. CDAG pg 35.

Feather River, Middle Fork (Graeagle downstream)

Clear, mid 50s F, good wadeable flow.

Fishing is fair to good. As warm weather sets in trout will move down around Dos Rios where water temps are cooler. Best action is in the evening fishing an attractor dry with a beadhead nymph dropper. A prince nymph, copper john, and pheasant tail in size #16-18 has been hooking trout from 10-14 inches. The evening hatch produces fish on caddis, golden stones, yellow sallies and a few PMD’s. Swinging soft hackles in riffles and tailouts can get good action. Midday, get deep with a sink tip line and a streamer in pocket water and pools. Water in the section above Portola are warm driving the trout to lower sections.

Caddis cripples/dries Hogan’s last call caddis, Henryville, Brook's headlight, elk hair caddis (brown, tan, olive), Cutter's E/C, Overly's spotlight (tan, olive), Hemingway, Goddard caddis, hot butt peacock caddis, peacock caddis, Lawson's E-Z caddis, Fox’s crowning poopah olv/cinn, Kyle’s better foam caddis (#12-20), Hopper Stone Tan (#6,8). Little yellow stone dries Hogan’s yellow hanging stimulator, Brooks headlight little yellow sally, Cutter’s little yellow sally, Quigley’s little yellow sally, yellow stimulator, yellow crystal stimulator (#14-16). Attractor dries (listed elsewhere). Attractor beadhead nymphs (listed elsewhere). River woolly buggers/streamers (listed elsewhere). Caddis pupa/emergers (listed elsewhere).

Best fishing is from Two Rivers upstream and Layman’s Camp. (Open First Saturday in April through Nov 15 from Union Pacific Railroad Bridge to Mohawk Bridge)

Feather River, N.F. (Cresta powerhouse to Lake Oroville)

Slight tint, low 50s F, 208 cfs below Rock Creek 214 below Grizzly Creek and 113 below Poe. Check flows at WWW.Dreamflows.com.

Fishing is fair to good. Best fishing is above Grizzly Creek and Beldon where cool water temps are keeping trout active. Nymph the fast water with split shot and tandem flies. These trout love fast moving water. Caddis, yellow sallies, golden stones and PMDs are hatching in good numbers. Best of the evening hatch is around Beldon where trout are eating golden stones, yellow sallies and caddis. Hot fly: Cutter’s E/C caddis #14. The Caribou Rd section provides good numbers of stocked trout for kids perfecting their skills.

Golden stonefly dries Hogan’s split-wing stone, hedgehog, Hogan’s hangin stimi, crystal stimulator, yellow humpy, rubber-legged stimulator, Rogue foam golden stone, Gould’s half down golden, Sloan’s paralyzer, Carlson’s egg sack stone (#8-12). BWO nymphs Hogan’s S&M nymph, Hogan’s better baetis, berry nymph in gooseberry, Burk’s crystal hunchback, Hogan’s olive military may, Mercer's BWO trigger nymph, Kyle's beerhead baetis, tailwater tiny, flashy pheasant tail, Sloan’s mighty may. PMD emergers/cripples/dries and Attractor beadhead nymphs and Midge pupa and Golden stonefly nymphs, Caddis cripples/dries (listed elsewhere).

Expect light fishing pressure. Access along Hwy 70. Open to fishing from Cresta powerhouse to lake Oroville. NCDAG pg 59. CDAG pg 51.

Hat Creek (PH#2 to fish barrier)

Clear, mid 50s F, good flow.

Fishing is good. Walking the flats early and late for trout rising to PMD’s and BWO dries early and caddis in the evening. These fish are tricky! Stealthy tactics with a delicate downstream drift with 6X tippet is crucial to hook these trout. Nymphing during the day or fishing a dry with a nymph dropper in tailouts will produce. Best of the day is in the evening before dusk when trout are keying on golden stones and caddis. Concentrate on cut banks and shade where trout will congregate. Some yellow sallies are present.

Attractor beadhead nymphs royal flush, Hogan’s Steelie Caddis, hare’s ear, twenty incher, Hart’s dark lord, copper john (red, black, lime, copper) bird’s nest, black AP, prince of darkness, king prince, dirty bird (tan, olive), Hogan’s drifter, biotic nymph, Hogan’s Red Headed Step Child (#10-18). Golden stonefly dries(listed elsewhere). Golden stonefly nymphs jumbo john, Morrish cone stone, Morrish WMD, Mercer’s raghead, Poxyback golden stone nymph, Mercer's poxyquill golden stone, copper back, Pat’s Rubberleg. Little yellow stone dries (listed elsewhere). PMD emergers/cripples/dries and Midge pupa (listed elsewhere).

Expect crowds at the PH#2 riffle on weekends. To escape the crowds, try fishing below Carbon Flat or the Hwy 299 bridge. NCDAG pg 48.

Hot Creek

Slight tint to off color, mid 50s F, low flow (39 cfs).

Fishing is good. Flows have come up to summer levels bring trout into there feeding lanes. Hatches start with tricos and caddis in the morning. Some BWO’s mid morning and caddis in the afternoon. Small tricos and comparaduns on 6X tippet is best to trick these educated trout. Be sure to bring different patterns to find the hot fly. In the afternoon, concentrate on the edges where the bulk of the caddis around vegetation. Good reports from the interpretive center.

BWO/Baetis emerger/dries Brook's KD dun, Mercers emerging poxyback bwo, fluttering mayfly cripple BWO, Harrop captive dun, BWO extended body, Brooks CDC dun baetis, hackle stacker BWO, loopwing paradun, olive hatch master, parachute BWO, twilight baetis dun day-glo, BWO CDC transitional dun, Brook's sprout baetis, quill body baetis cripple, Harrop's CDC BWO emerger, Quigley’s loopy cripple stacker, Burk’s silhouette (#16-20). Midge pupa (listed elsewhere). Caddis cripples/dries and BWO/Baetis nymphs (listed elsewhere).

Expect moderate fishing pressure on weekends. Access at upper parking lot and fish downstream to the hot springs. NCDAG pg 112.

McCloud River (below McCloud Reservoir)

Good clarity, mid 50's, normal flow (184 cfs at Ash Camp, 184 cfs at Ah-Di-Na)

Fishing is good to very good. Indicator nymphing with two small dark nymphs is consistent early morning to mid-afternoon. A few PMD’s are out around 10am. Best fishing is in the evening when the sun is off the water. Prospecting with golden stones in pocket water will rise big rainbows and browns. Cover water for the best success. PMD’s and caddis are hatching when the sun is off the water to dark. A few yellow sallies around but the best has yet to come in the evening. Heavy fishing pressure is educating these trout, use you’re a game to fool them.

Golden stonefly dries Hogan’s split-wing stone, hedgehog, Hogan’s hangin stimi, crystal stimulator, yellow humpy, rubber-legged stimulator, Rogue foam golden stone, Gould’s half down golden, Sloan’s paralyzer, Carlson’s egg sack stone (#8-12). River woolly buggers/streamers and Midge pupa (listed elsewhere). Attractor beadhead nymphs (listed elsewhere). PMD emergers/cripples/dries (listed elsewhere).

Heavy fishing pressure on weekends. Access below McCloud Reservoir. NCDAG 36.

Pit River #3,#4, #5 (below Lake Britton to Big Bend)

Green to brown tint, low 50s F, no flow level on Pit #3 but somewhat high, 330 cfs on Pit #4 and 427 cfs on Pit #5.

Fishing is good. Nymphing will always produce the best numbers with rubberleg stones and small black nymphs. Be sure to use enough split shot to get the flies down around boulder and deep slots. Isolated hatches yellow sallies on Pit #4 and 5 in the afternoon. Concentrate of shade where trout will rise. Best hatch of the day is just before dark when trout are gorging themselves on golden stones, caddis, and PMD’s. Prospecting with a golden stone will rise big fish at dusk! Stripping streamers early and late is productive along the edges. Trout are footballs on the Pit!

River woolly buggers/streamers J Fair wiggle tail (olive, brown, burnt orange) BH woolly bugger (black, olive, brown), crystal bugger, mini bugger black/olive, seal bugger (rust, olive, black), hale bopp leach (brown, olive), Mack’s bugger, bunny leach (white), chub minnow (#6-12). Golden stonefly nymphs jumbo john, Morrish cone stone, Morrish WMD, Mercer’s raghead, Poxyback golden stone nymph, Mercer's poxyquill golden stone, micro cable stone, beadhead twenty incher, copper back, Pat’s Rubberleg. Caddis pupa/emergers and Attractor beadhead nymphs and BWO nymphs and Golden stonefly dries (listed elsewhere).

Low fishing pressure on 3, no pressure on 4. Access below Lake Britton or from Big Bend. Studded boots and a wading staff are a must for fishing the Pit. New flow regiment makes wading very tough. NCDAG pg 47. New CDAG pg. 34.

Sacramento River, Lower (below Keswick Reservoir)

Green tint, low to mid 50s, normal flow 11,000 cfs.

Fishing is fair to good. High summer flows are making wading difficult. Walking the edges fishing the seems between riffles and slow water will find trout suspending stoneflies, caddis pupa and PMD nymphs. From a drift boat, tandem flies under an indicator in 4-6 feet of water is the most productive method at these flows. Hot flies: Birds nest, rubber legged stones, and PMD nymphs. Reports of big trout around Sundial and Market St. Reports of good numbers below Balls Ferry bridge with a few spring steelhead meandering around the tribs. Some good dry fly fishing on flats around Redding and Anderson. The hatch is late to dark.

Caddis pupa/emergers Fox's poopah (olive, tan), Hot wire caddis, Anderson's peeking green, green machine, Fox’s springtime poopah, Amber wing prince, M’s Dirty Bird, Hogan’s steelie caddis, Silvey’s submerger caddis (olive, tan), Silvey’s edible emerger (#12-18). Little yellow stonefly nymphs poxy back micro stone tungsten hotwire prince, Morrish’s iron sally (#14-16). Golden stonefly nymphs, Attractor beadhead nymphs and BWO nymphs (listed elsewhere). PMD emergers/cripples/dries (listed elsewhere), Pale morning dun nymphs (listed elsewhere).

Drift boat fishing is provides best access. Market St, Convention Center, Barge Hole and below Cypress Bridge are all good spots to wade. NCDAG pg 46, 57. New CDAG pg. 41

Sacramento River, Upper (Lake Siskiyou to Lake Shasta)

Clear, high 50’sF to mid 60sF. Low flow (198 at Delta).

Fishing is fair. The best hatches are mid morning and last hour to dark. Look for trout keying on caddis and PMD’s mid morning. In the afternoon, fishing slows so take a break. Best of the best is when the sun is off the water and trout are keying on golden stones, PMD’s and caddis.  This when the river comes alive with rising trout. Catch it while you can. Summer heat will take its toll on this excellent fishery within the next few weeks.

Attractor beadhead nymphs and Little yellow stonefly nymphs and PMD emergers/cripples/dries Caddis pupa/ emergers and Golden stonefly nymphs (listed elsewhere).

Expect moderate fishing pressure. Be careful when wading. Access to Mossbrae falls at Scarlet Way is posted no parking. NCDAG 36, 46.

Truckee River (Trout Creek to CA Stateline)

Clear, high 50’s. Low to moderate flow (276 cfs near Truckee, 602 cfs below Boca).

Fishing is good. Nymphing in the morning with a golden stone and small green caddis or PMD nymph in fast pocket water is going strong. Fishing a carpenter ant along the willows midday and the trout will rise fish to it. As the sun gets off the water, an attractor dry with a beadhead nymph dropper in pocket water will hook trout. Caddis is bringing trout to the surface in the evening and can be very good from 7pm to dark. Streamer and crayfish patterns early in pools and edges of the river will find big browns looking for a chase and kill. The entire river is fishing well.

PMD emergers/cripples/dries Lawson's PMD emerger, fluttering mayfly cripple PMD, last chance PMD cripple, Quigley’s Hat Creek PMD emerger, Brook's KD dun PMD, loopwing paradun PMD, Brook's sprout PMD, PMD biot comparadun, hackle stacker PMD, PMD hair wing dun, PMD sparkle dun, PMD parachute (#14-18). Green drake nymphs tungsten hunchback green drake nymph, Poxyback green drake, Quigley’s crown jewel, black AP, prince nymph (#8-10).River woolly buggers/streamers (listed elsewhere). Attractor beadhead nymphs (listed elsewhere in report). Caddis pupa/emergers (listed elsewhere).

Expect moderate fishing pressure. Access along Hwy 89 down through Hirshdale. NCDAG 81.

Yuba River, North Fork (between Downieville and Sierra City)

Clear, mid to high 50’s, low flow (143 cfs).

Fishing is good. Best fishing is around Downieville and Sierra City where cool water temperatures are keeping trout active. Best tactic is fishing a dry/dropper with a stimulator and an attractor beadhead nymph dropper. Best action is in the morning until early afternoon and again in the evening to dark. Trout are rising to caddis and stoneflies fished in tailouts and pools. Cover lots of water to find actively rising fish. Lots of 6-10 inch trout willing to jump on your fly. This is great water for a 3 weight rod.

Attractor beadhead nymphs (listed elsewhere). Attractor dries (listed elsewhere in the report). Golden stonefly nymphs and Golden stonefly dries (listed elsewhere). Caddis pupa/ emergers (listed elsewhere).

Light fishing pressure. Access off of Hwy 49. NCDAG pg 70.

Yuba River, Lower (from Englebright dam to Marysville)

Clear, low 50s F, moderate flow, 1,200 cfs below Englebright.

Fishing is fair to good. Hatches of caddis and PMD’s in riffles and along the flats in the evening with some sporadic risers. Drifting a hopper along cut banks and rock walls will bring up big trout in the afternoon. Cover water! Best numbers are from anglers high stick or indicator nymphing with golden stoneflies, caddis pupa and midges. Swinging an orange soft hackles in riffles and tailouts will also produce. Best hatches are above the Hwy 20 (Parks Bar) Bridge.

PMD emergers/cripples/dries Lawson's PMD emerger, fluttering mayfly cripple PMD, last chance PMD cripple, Quigley’s Hat Creek PMD emerger, Brook's KD dun PMD, loopwing paradun PMD, Brook's sprout PMD, PMD biot comparadun, hackle stacker PMD, PMD hair wing dun, PMD sparkle dun, PMD parachute (#14-18). Golden stonefly nymphs (listed elsewhere). Attractor beadhead nymphs (listed elsewhere). BWO/Baetis nymphs and Midge pupa and BWO/Baetis emerger/dries  and March browns (listed elsewhere).

Water above Hwy 20 bridge is open from December 1st until August 31st. Access at the Hwy 20 bridge and Sycamore Ranch campground. NCDAG pg 78,79.

Other Reports

Hex Report Hexagenia Limbata is the largest mayfly on the west cost. “Hex” live in a sandy loam soil on the edges of lakes and spring creeks. They start hatching around the summer solstice and last for about 3 weeks to a month. Hex start hatching at dusk and last from 20 to 45 minutes, though the nymph can be productive from 3pm to dark. In lakes, start with a type 3 or 4 uniform sink line and progressively fish higher in the water column until dusk when Hex are hatching and you can target rising rainbows, browns, and smallmouth on a dry fly. Lake Almanor The hatch is on!  Reports of hex hatching around the dam and Prattville on the west side of Almanor. More smallmouth than trout on hex recently. The hatch will continue to improve. Butt Lake Hex have been hatching best around the dam where more insects and fish rising to them. Fall River Good numbers of Hex hatching in the lower river and fish are on them. Anchor or drift targeting cruising rainbows and browns keying on Hex. Be sure to give the fly the “fall river twitch” to make the fly stand out. The hatch will continue to progress up stream. Thermalito Afterbay (Feather River) Best of the hatch is around 8:30pm, but trolling Hex nymphs and stripping Hex nymphs along the edges will find bass and steelhead. Best action for hatchery steelhead and largemouth bass is along the rock walls where temperatures are cooler for steelhead and good populations of insects are good. A type 3 sinking line will get a Hex nymph down to trout cruising the rip-rap walls. As the afternoon progresses, bring nymphs up until fish are spotted and Hex are hatching.

Other Reports Putah Creek (below Lake Berryessa) High summer flows making fishing tough. Fish the breaks in the current and along the edges with midges and BWO nymphs suspended under an indicator. Best fishing is in the morning when trout are feeding on midges and BWO’s. Flows have increased making it difficult to land fish on 6X tippet. Concentrate on back eddies and breaks in the current. Baum Lake is fishing best early and late with hatches of PMD’s, Caddis and callibaetis in the main current. Midday, fish the edges of the weed beds with bugger patterns on a sink tip. Trinity River Flows are coming down to 450 cfs on June 26th.  This will provide some excellent dry fly fishing with caddis, PMD’s and stoneflies along the edges.

Shad Report Low rainfall totals and less runoff will make wading off the bank for shad good this year. Shad are moving up the Sac, Feather, American and Yuba Rivers. Fishing a 225-300 grain fast sink shooting head with Rio’s Grip Shooter running line will hook shad on the swing, stripped in, or jigged off the back of a boat in slower back eddies where shad can find relief from the current. Sacramento River The bulk of the migration is around Woodson bridge and Los Molinos but some shad remain in Chico and Butte City. Look for shad on shallow flats along the edges at dusk. American River Reports are good from Gristmill to the mouth. Look for slower water where shad can get a break from these high flows. Yuba River Reports are good below Daguerre Dam. Cold water will keep shad in the system longer than the American and Sacramento Rivers. Access off Hallwood Ave. Feather River Good reports around Shanghai Bend by boat anglers anchoring off the main current in 6-8 feet of water.

Largemouth Bass Fishing Nothing like chugging a bass popper along the bank for a massive bass blow-up! Valley and foothill bass ponds are in prime shape with temps between 60 to 70 degrees. Thermalito Afterbay is located off highway 99 south of Chico. Thermalito is diverted water from the Feather River to warm water for rice farmers. This shallow water fishery has largemouth bass, big carp and hatchery steelhead. Cover the edges early morning with a bass popper (hot fly: Umpqua swimming frog). Best locations are around heavy cover. Best bass poppers have a weed guard to get through heavy cover without snagging. Midday, switch to a crayfish or baitfish pattern (good choice: clouser) on short sink tip with a heavy leader. Good reports from anglers fishing channels between islands and deep water (4-10’) around ambush points and rock walls. Frank’s Tract & San Joaquin Delta (including Mildred, San Joaquin River, and nearby sloughs) Water temps are currently high 60’s to low 70’s. Bass are post-spawn, spawning and a few post spawn depending where you are. Early and late are ideal times to fish topwater poppers and divers around rock walls, heavy cover and up against tullies. Midday, clousers and crayfish patterns on a sink tip will produce. 8- 9 wt rods and are ideal to turn over big flies and fight fish.

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