Monthly archive for June2006

I spent Sunday fishing on Crowley Lake in McGee, the water is really getting green with the higher temps. We found some clean water and along with it some huge fish. We nymphed with various midges and calibaetis for about four hours and netted some…

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Terry here with the rest of the pictures from last weeks post, couldn’t fit them all! ooohpretty, too bad we didn’t hook up! Here’s me messin with the locals again. Thats what I call a handfull! Eric Jackson starting off the season right at Lake…

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Summer has arrived! We are getting into some warm weather finally, and as a result- seeing another flush of water in our rivers and creeks. Good news is the water is remaining clear so the fishing remains pretty consistent….consistently tough that is. We are still…

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Yo! Fishy friends of E.S.G.A. Today I guided some clients for the first time, and boy did they get spoiled! We float tubed Grant lake on the June Lake loop. We put a full day in on the lake and ended up with around 60-70…

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Hello fly flickers, today I fished hot creek with some clients. The fishing was pretty good in theA.M. Connie (Steve’s wife) defiantly had the hot rod of the day landing plenty of nice wild, Hot Creek browns and bows, way to go girl!I guided it…

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Coming into shape

So it’s finally happening. The rivers and streams in the area are starting to come into shape. We have been busy guiding our clients to strong healthy fish that have had a good break from fishing pressure because of the flows over the past month…

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Here’s whats up for the weeks’ conditions and reports; with some slightly cooler thanaverage temps this week our rivers and streams are calming down a little. Hot Creek has been the locals favorite for a couple weeks now, the high water is now running clear…

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Whats up anglers, Terry here with the summary for the weeks’ fishing. Following a cold front that past through the area the fishing in the lakes slowed slightly, but as a result the run-off receded a bit also. Hot Creek was fishing awesome with clear…

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