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EASTERN SIERRA

TRUCKEE RIVER

FISHING REPORT
Updated - 10/18/17


Current River Conditions: Flows remain at 63 CFS at Truckee. The river is flowing at over 500 CFS below Boca. 

Fishing is fair to good.  Nights have cooled off and the fish are active. Black Stonefly nymphs (Rubber Legs) and Stimulators on top.   We've also had a good report that fishing was good upstream from the Glennshire access.  The better water is below Boca.   

Don't neglect Crawdads which the bigger fish devour.  Dead drift your favorite Crawdad pattern through the usual deep holding lies for some serious hookups.  Now is the time to creep an October Caddis pattern along the bottom as they are beginning to make their move.  With cooler weather, it might be a good idea to be prepared for Baetis hatches on cloudy days otherwise drifting a Baetis nymph imitation under an indicator is always a good bet.  

Recommended Patterns
Dries:

Parachute/tan or pale yellow #16 & #18,  Stimulator/#10 & #12,

Humpy/yellow #14 & #16, Adams Parachute #14, Crazy Charlie #10, Royal Wulff #14, Renegade #14. 

Nymphs:

Pheasant Tail #12, #14 & #16, San Juan Worm/passionate pink, Mercer's Epoxy Stone #12 & #14 Copper John/red or copper #14, #16, Prince Nymph (various sizes), Wooly Bugger/rusty, black, Glow Bug/red. Near Nuff Crayfish #8, Mercer's Micro Mayfly #18,  Black Rubber Legs.

Crawdads: Our guides recommend the Near Nuff Crayfish #8 or Creek Crawler #8.  

 

LITTLE TRUCKEE RIVER

FISHING REPORT
Updated - 10/18/17


Current River Conditions: Flows have risen to around 179 CFS though the river is still at a very fishable flow.  

Fishing  is very good.  Some big fish are coming into the  river in anticipation of the spawn.  Lots of fishermen too.  Try not to disturb fish on redds.  Still some hatches going on but October Caddis aren't quite happening yet.  Try dead drifting Micro Mayflies (good Baetis pattern) and size #16 Pheasant Tails.  

This is a good river to fish with a guide your first time out so give us a call at the shop and we will hook you up . . . no pun intended.   

Recomended Patterns

Dries:

Parachute PMD pale yellow #16 & #18, Stimulator/Yellow #10 & #12, Fat Albert/tan #8, Humpy/yellow #14 & #16, Parachute Blue Wing Olive #18. Adams Parachute #14 & #16. 

Nymphs:

Pheasant Tail #12, #14 #16 & #18, San Juan Worm/pink, Mercer's Epoxy Stone #12 & #14, Copper John/red or copper #14, #16, Mercer's Micro Mayfly #18.

A crawdad pattern might get you a big one.

 

WEST CARSON RIVER

FISHING REPORT
Updated - 10/18/17


Current River Conditions: Flows decreased a little to 33 CFS which is perfect for this beautiful water.


Fishing is great.   The freestone section in the canyon was planted with 900 lbs of fish a couple of weeks ago, and is still fishing well.   Fish were generally planted at the bridges, of the side roads. We fished it again on Sunday and did well, but not as well as the week before.  We saw some behemoth fish in the deep pools but couldn't get them to grab.  Right now beaded flashback pattern #16 or smaller particularly if it has some red,  will get you the most fish.  We did pretty well on natural and olive Bird's Nest patterns.  Best fishing is from late morning on.

Recommended Patterns

Dry Flies:

Parachute Adams #14 & #16, Yellow Humpy #16, Elk Hair Caddis #14, Royal Wulff #16, Parachute Ant #14, Dave's Hopper #10, Fat Albert #10.

Nymphs:Pheasant Tail #12, #14 & #16, San Juan Worm/pink, Golden Stone Nymph #10, & #12, Copper John/red or copper #14, #16, Prince Nymph (various sizes), Wooly Bugger/rusty, black, Glow Bug/red, Squirmy Wormy/red, pink and brown, Liz's Tequila Twist.

 

EAST CARSON RIVER

FISHING REPORT
Updated - 10/18/17


Current River Conditions: Flows have dropped slightly down to 123 CFS which is a great flow for this river. 
Fishing is good.  Alpine County  planted 900 lbs of fish a couple of weeks ago and will plant two more times before the regular season closure on November 15th.  The  hot fly is anything size #16 and smaller that is bright red.  Fish have been planted in several spots along Hwy 89 and Hwy 4. Best fishing is from late morning on. 

Recommended Patterns

Pheasant Tail #12, #14 & #16, San Juan Worm/passionate pink, Liz's Tequila Twist, Golden Stone Nymph #8,, #10, & #12, Copper John/red or copper #14, #16, Prince Nymph (various sizes), Wooly Bugger/rusty, black, Glow Bug/red.  If you see a pod of planters, try dragging a rusty Wooly Bugger with a size #18, Copper John/red tied on as a dropper through the school.

WEST WALKER RIVER

FISHING REPORT
Updated - 10/18/17


Current River Conditions: Flows have dropped to a very fishable 87 CFS.

 

Fishing  is still very good.  Not much has changed but because the river has dropped a little more the fish are even more concentrated.  If you fish it, keep moving until you find the fish and then look out.  The deeper runs will be the most productive.   

Best fishing is in the canyon downstream from the Little Walker to the town of Walker.  Local guide reports that her clients did very well dead drifting Prince Nymphs under an indicator in the canyon section.  Try stripping streamers along the rip-rap or swinging through the fast water to the seams.  Try crossing the river to the east bank and you will be surprised at how much better you do.  No word about fishing at Picel Meadows, though word is that it has received very little pressure this summer.  

Recommended Patterns

Dry Flies:

Parachute Adams #14 & #16, Yellow Humpy #16, Elk Hair Caddis #14, Royal Wulff #16, Parachute Ant #14.

Nymphs:

Pheasant Tail #12, #14 & #16, San Juan Worm/passionate pink, Golden Stone Nymph #8,, #10, & #12, Copper John/red or copper #14, #16, Prince Nymph (various sizes), Wooly Bugger/rusty, olive or black, Glow Bug/red, Fat Albert/tan #8

EAST WALKER RIVER

FISHING REPORT
Updated - 10/18/17


Current River Conditions: Flows are at  195 CFS and the water remains off color.   

Fishing remains very good.  Unusually cool water and great flows for this time of year is making fall of 2017 a great time to fish the eastern Sierra. 

A fair number of fish are going over 20" are being caught both on the CA side and Rosaschi Ranch on the NV side. Good reports from Sceriene Ranch in NV too.  If the CA side is too crowded head downstream a few miles to the Rosaschi Ranch in NV* for some solitude and some great fishing.  Nevada fishing licenses are available at Ken's Sporting Goods in Bridgeport.   Reports are that Rainbows are predominantly found on the Nevada side with most Browns on the CA side.  Try black Rubber Legs and large streamers in the off color water.

The bigger Browns are going to be caught by stripping a large articulated leach or wooly bugger along the edges of the undercuts.  With cooler weather, baetis nymphs (blue wing olive) and midges are the predominant bugs.  Try Micro Mayflies, Dark Lords and Princes.   Try a red Squirmy Wormy, or Liz's Tequila Twist as a part of any two fly rig.  They look like aquatic worms but also remind the fish of blood midges that are prolific in the lake above.  

* The US Forest Service has only given out three permits to guide on Rosaschi Ranch in Nevada, so it's a good idea to make sure your guide is legal before you fork over any fees.   

Recommended General All Around Patterns 

Dry Flies:

Parachute Adams #14 & #16, Yellow Humpy #16, Elk Hair Caddis #14, Royal Wulff #16, Parachute Ant #14.

Nymphs (recommend all bead head):

Pheasant Tail 14 & #16, San Juan Worm/passionate pink, Mercer's Epoxy Stone #8,, #10, & #12, Mercer's Micro Mayfly #18,  Copper John/red or copper #14, #16, Prince Nymph (various sizes), Wooly Bugger/rusty, black, Glow Bug/red.  Zebra Midge/black, brown, red #18 & #20, WD40 gray #18 & #20, Liz's Tequila Twist (worm pattern). 

 

UPPER OWENS RIVER

FISHING REPORT
Updated - 10/18/17


Current River Conditions: Flows are down to  68 CFS which is very fishable.   
Fishing is fair but improving a little over last week.  Not a lot going on.  Probably your best bet will be to fish for leftover planters near the campground.  If you are lucky you might pick up one of the spawning Browns that have come up from Crowley Lake.  Most of the action will be by fishing nymphs.   A nymph under a hopper is the best technique in the low water.  One of the flies in your rig should be a midge pattern as the larger bugs are getting scarce.

Recomended Patterns

Dries:

Adams Parachute #14-#16, Elk Hair Caddis #14-#16, EC Caddis #16-#18, Dave's Hopper #10, Fat Albert #10

Nymphs:

Pheasant Tail #12, #14 & #16, San Juan Worm/passionate pink, Golden Stone Nymph #8,, #10, & #12, Copper John/red or copper #14, #16, Prince Nymph (various sizes), Wooly Bugger/rusty, black, Glow Bug/red.  Zebra Midge/black, brown, red, Fox's Poopah

HOT CREEK

FISHING REPORT
Updated - 10/18/17


Current River Conditions: Flows 60 CFS.   

Fishing remains good.  Not much has changed.  Good Caddis hatches in the afternoon though you will do better fishing a hopper dropper with a midge or size #18 Caddis pupa underneath or perhaps a #20 midge instead.  With freezing nights Caddis will be over soon.  Baetis and midge patterns are where the action is. 

Reports are trickling in that many of the small trout planted last year have disappeared.  They possibly got washed away in the record high water, if that's true then you can expect some improved fishing in Crowley next year.   Of the planter fish that remain, they didn't seem to have grown much since they were planted. They did find a few large Browns in the survey.  Another planting is planned for this next week.      

Save years of trial and error by hiring one of our guides to show you the ropes.  Email Gary at the shop and he will  set you up.   

Recomended Patterns

Nymphs:

Bead Head Pheasant Tail  #16, #18 #20, San Juan Worm/passionate pink, , Copper John/red or copper #18, #16, Prince Nymph (various sizes), Wooly Bugger/rusty, black, Glow Bug/red.  Zebra Midge/black, brown, red, Fox's Poopah #18. Scud/pink #14. Bird's Nest #16, #18

Olive, Black, Natural Rabbit. WD-40/black, chocolate, gray, olive #18, #20, Disco Midge/red,pearl #18, #20

Dries: 

Elk Hair Caddis #18, #20, Tent Caddis #18, #20, EC Caddis #18, #20, Griffiths Gnat #18, #20, Para Midge #18, #20, CDC Loop Winged Emerger #18, #20
Brooks Sprout Midge/black, cream, gray, olive #18, #20, #24, Brooks Sprout Baetis #18, #20, #24, Brooks Sprout PMD #18, Brooks Sprout Trico #18, #20, #2, Quill Body Parachute/olive, tan, black  #18, #20, Quigley Cripple/gray #18, CDC Floating Nymph Emerger/Baetis, PMD #18, Rusty Spinner #18, Black Spinner #20, Lawson's Thorax/PMD, Baetis  #18, #20

CROWLEY LAKE

FISHING REPORT
Updated - 10/18/17

Current Conditions:  Water is clear  and in the 50s
Fishing is fair and remains about the same as last week.  Many of the fish have moved into the north arm and are staging for the fall spawn. Otherwise they are pretty well spread out. Midges suspended under an indicator are your best bet, but for those who like to think outside of the box, a Balance Leach below an indicator might be worth a try.  If indicator fishing doesn't work try stripping a small leach pattern.        

Recommended Flies

Suspending midge patterns such as Zebra Midges/black or olive #14-#18 under an indicator or stripping leaches such as the Hale Bopp/black or brown, and Matukas  #10 are getting fish.  .    

 

PYRAMID LAKE

FISHING REPORT
Updated - 10/18/17
Water Conditions: Good but with some algae. 
Fishing is fair to good.  Fishing has improved a little and we had a report that two fishermen caught about twenty the other day on the north shore.  That doesn't mean that fishing is red hot but only that the potential is there.  Basically those Dragging wooly Buggers  and Popcorn Beetles are having the most success.    
LATEST WORD . . .
LATEST WORD . . .

1. Howard's and Dago will be CLOSED, due to Cultural issues.2. 

2. Road and beaches from 9 Mile to NORTH is CLOSED.

3. Beaches that are open on the 1st, from South of 9 Mile to South(ish) of Dago.

This ALL can change, depending on the repair of the road near 9 Mile.. though not likely anytime soon, due to it still have a crevasse of 16' in it, and the tribe is responsible for repairs...


For information about multi day guided trips with lodging on Pyramid Lake click here

WEST SLOPE NORTHERN SIERRA

UPPER SACRAMENTO RIVER

FISHING REPORT
Updated - 10/18/17

Current River Conditions: Flows remain at 250 CFS at Delta and water is clear.   

Fishing continues to improve this week.  River is in good shape and is in its fall mode.  With cooler air temperatures fishing has improved a lot.  Fishermen have been doing well in town fishing for planters and there are reliable reports of some larger fish showing at the lower end of the river near Delta. A few anglers are regularly catching a few large Browns between Delta and Lemoine.  The river is loaded with October Caddis larva so fishing should be great in a couple of weeks.      

River has cooled enough so that fishing will be best late morning through mid day.  Black Rubber Legs #8 are the hot fly right now as it bears some resemblance cased October Caddis.  Small dark nymphs under an indicator will get grabs too.  Creeping an October Caddis nymph along the bottom might get a few pick-ups.   

If you are new to the Upper Sac the best way to learn it is to spend a day with one of our guides. It's an easy river to learn but why spend several trips getting learning the river when with a guide you can learn it all in a day.  Give us a call if you would like to book some time on the water.

Recomended Patterns

Nymphs:

Bead Head Pheasant Tail #12, #14 & #16, San Juan Worm/passionate pink, Bead Head Golden Stone Nymph #8,, #10, & #12, Copper John/red or copper #14, #16, Bead Head Prince Nymph (various sizes), Wooly Bugger/rusty, black, Glow Bug/red. 

tungsten bead Zebra Midge/black, brown, red, Fox's Poopah #14 & #16. Scud/pink #14. Black Rubber Legs #8

Dries: 

Stimulator #8-#12, Adams Parachute #14 & #16

Elk Hair Caddis #14 & #16,

Parachute PMD #14 & #16

Parachute Ant #14

Dave's Hopper #10

Fat Albert #10

McCLOUD RIVER

FISHING REPORT
Updated
10/18/17


Current River Conditions: Flows are around 247 CFS at Ah d Na and water is pretty clear.  

River is fishing is good and not much has changed from last week.  More large fish are making their way upstream from Lake Shasta so stripping streamers can be productive.  Most fish that were caught this past week were on the small side.  October Caddis are hatching but the fish aren't on to them yet, so creeping pupae along the rock bottom might pick up a few fish.   Black Rubber Legs will fool the fish into thinking they are cased October Caddis.  

Book a guide trip with one of our guides for the legendary October Caddis hatch.  Contact the shop and we can hook you up with one of our guides for a memorable trip.

Recomended Patterns

Nymphs:

Bead Head Pheasant Tail #12, #14 & #16, San Juan Worm/passionate pink, Bead Head Golden Stone Nymph #8,, #10, & #12, Copper John/red or copper #14, #16, Bead Head Prince Nymph (various sizes), Wooly Bugger/rusty, black, Glow Bug/red, Mercer's Z Wing Caddis #13 & #16

tungsten bead Zebra Midge/black, brown, red, Fox's Poopah #14 & #16. Scud/pink #14. Black Rubber Legs #8

Dries: 

Stimulator #8-#12, Adams Parachute #14 & #16,  PMD Parachute #16, Elk Hair Caddis #14 & #16, Parachute PMD #14 & #16, Quigley Cripple #16.

 

HAT CREEK

FISHING REPORT
Updated - 10/18/17


Current River Conditions: downstream from  Power House #2: Flows are are about 150 CFS with good clarity.  Remember to  use a wading staff to cross the riffle.  

Fishing remains fair.  Not that crowded right now, particularly during the week.  Baetis are beginning to appear. Try a hopper dropper with a red #18 Baetis nymph or other small  mayfly pattern in the riffles. A Mercer's Micro Mayfly can be deadly.   Some Calebaetis are hatching too. 

Recomended Patterns

Nymphs:

Bead Head Pheasant Tail #12, #14 & #16 & #18, San Juan Worm/passionate pink, Bead Head

Golden Stone Nymph #8,, #10, & #12, Copper John/red or copper #14, #16, #18, Bead Head

Prince Nymph (various sizes), Wooly Bugger/rusty, black, Black Rubber Legs #2

tungsten bead Zebra Midge/black, brown, red, Fox's Poopah #14 & #16. Scud/pink #14, Bird's Nest #14 & #16, Mercer's Micro Mayfly.

Dries:

Stimulator #2-#12, Adams Parachute #14 & #16, Elk Hair Caddis #14 & #16, .Trico Parachute #20, Parachute PMD #16, Quigley Cripple/gray #14 & #16, and #18, Elk Hair Caddis #14 & #16, Cutter's EC Caddis #16.

 

FALL RIVER

FISHING REPORT
Updated - 10/18/17


Current River Conditions: Flows are normal and water is very clear.  

Fishing remains fair which is normal for this time of the year.  Not much has changed since last week. Occasional hatches of PMDs, Tricos and Baetis (blue wing olive) provide some dry fly action.  The Trico hatch above Spring Creek Bridge continues.  The spinner fall late in the afternoon might be worth a try.  Most fish are caught by Swinging streamers, and Bird Nests.  Olive leach patterns such as the Hale Bop, often catch the biggest fish.  Also try swinging a size #18 soft hackle into areas you see fish rising.   

When dry fly fishing, try twitching the fly at the end of the drift which turns the fly into a cripple and sometimes will draw a strike. Don't bother with dry flies unless you see rising fish. 

The Fall River is only accessible by watercraft and  requires that you use some specialized techniques, so we recommend that you fish it with a guide the first time out.  Call the shop and we will hook you up with one of our guides.

Recommended Patterns

Dries:

Parachute PMD/yellow #16 & #18, Humpy/yellow #16 & #18, Elk Hair Caddis #16, #18.  Quigley Cripple/gray #18, Baetis (Blue Wing Olive) Parachute #18

Nymphs:

Pheasant Tail #12, #14 & #16, San Juan Worm/passionate pink, Copper John/red or copper #14, #16, Prince Nymph (various sizes), Wooly Bugger/olive,  Zebra Midge/black, brown, red, Fox's Poopah #16 & #18, Hale Bop Olive #8, Mercer's Micro Mayfly #18. 

 

PIT RIVER

FISHING REPORT
Updated - 10/18/17


Current River Conditions: Flows are down to 311 CFS on Pit #3 and around 400 below Pit #4. Pit #5 is running 3,500 CFS and is unfishable.

River is still Fishing Very Well at Pit #3 and we've had a reliable report that  Pit #4 is fishing well though water is high and over 400 CFS. With fluctuating flows-be careful.  The quality of the fishing can change daily depending on flows.  Bugs are primarily Caddis, PMDs and Baetis.  Indicator nymphing the deep runs and pockets with tan Caddis pupah patterns and rubber leg dark Stonefly nymphs should get you grabs.  The Pit is a dangerous river to wade so wear a personal flotation device.

Recomended Patterns

Bead Head Pheasant Tail #12, #14 & #16, San Juan Worm/passionate pink, Bead Head Golden Stone Nymph #8,, #10, & #12, Copper John/red or copper #14, #16, Bead Head Prince Nymph (various sizes), Wooly Bugger/rusty, black, Glow Bug/red, Brown or Black Rubber Legs #6 or #8,

tungston bead Zebra Midge/black, brown, red, Fox's Poopah #14 & #16. Scud/pink #14.

Stimulator #8-#12, Adams Parachute #14 & #16, Elk Hair Caddis #14 & #16

 

DAVIS LAKE

FISHING REPORT
Updated - 10/18/17


Current Conditions: Lake level is high (101%) and water clarity is normal.

Fishing is  poor and not worth the try.  

We have guides who fish it all of the time, so give us a call and we will set you up.

 

VALLEY TAIL WATERS

LOWER SACRAMENTO RIVER

FISHING REPORT
Updated - 10/18/17


Current River Conditions: Flows remain at 8,500 CFS at bend bridge which is perfect for floating the Lower Sac.  

Fishing is good Only a few Salmon have made it up to the Anderson/Redding area so the egg bite is delayed for the time being.  Caddis and Baetis (Blue Wing Olive) nymphs have been the ticket. Fish the riffles and drop offs with a combination Caddis Pupae and midge or baetis.   Not a lot of Salmon yet, so the egg bite is still a little ways off.   

It's important to get your fly down to the bottom so use enough weight.  Try swinging size #14 soft hackles or tan Birdsnests in the riffles.  Stonefly nymphs both Golden and Black Rubber Legs make a good anchor fly in a two fly nymph rig.  Tie in a size #16 beadhead/flashback PT, an olive Micro Mayfly or a Birdsnest below.

The Lower Sac is best fished with a guide who knows all of the holding lies and is networked with all of the other guides on the river.  Call us at Kiene's and we will hook you up with one of our expert guides that can assure a productive day on the river.

Recomended Patterns

Nymphs:

Bead Head Pheasant Tail #12, #14 & #16, San Juan Worm/passionate pink, Mercer's Epoxy Stone #10, & #12, Copper John/red or copper #14, #16, Bead Head Prince Nymph (various sizes), Wooly Bugger/rusty, black, Glow Bug/red.  tungston bead Zebra Midge/black, brown, red, Fox's Poopah #14 & #16. Scud/pink #14.  Fox's Poopah #14

Dries:

Stimulator #8-#12, Adams Parachute #14 & #16, PMD Parachute #16, Elk Hair Caddis #14 & #16,

 

LOWER YUBA RIVER

FISHING REPORT
Updated - 10/18/17


Current River Conditions: Flows remain at 1,120 CFS. River has changed dramatically due to winter flooding, though the river looks great.  Boat launching is still possible at the bridge but make sure you have a high center 4x4.  

Fishing remains fair to Poor, with your best chances from a boat. Not a lot of bugs this year due to the scouring of winter flows but what fish that remain are definitely on to hoppers right now.  Lots of small fish so as the bugs return, they will get fat and happy.   Not a lot of Salmon yet.  Fish are on the move so if you are not having any luck on one section, then move on.  The river is best fished from a driftboat.

Our shop guide Andy Guibrod reports that he did well from his boat on Stripers just below Daguerre Dam this past week.  He caught a couple of nice Rainbows too.

Remember that the river upstream from Hwy 20 bridge is now closed to protect spawning Salmon until December 1st.

Recomended Patterns

Nymphs:

Bead Head Pheasant Tail #12, #14 & #16, San Juan Worm/passionate pink, Copper John/red or copper #14, #16, Bead Head Prince Nymph (various sizes), Wooly Bugger/rusty, black, Glow Bug/red.  tungsten bead Zebra Midge/black, brown, red, Fox's Poopah #14 & #16. Scud/pink #14.

Mercer's Z Wing Caddis #14, bead head Bird's Nest/olive or tan. 

Dries:

Adams Parachute #14 & #16, Elk Hair Caddis #14 & #16, Stimulator #8, Fat Albert/tan #10, Hippy Stomper #10

LOWER AMERICAN RIVER

FISHING REPORT
Updated - 10/18/17


Current River Conditions: Flows have finally dropped to around 2,200 CFS

Fishing remains fair but is improving slightly. Half Pounders are increasing in numbers and remain scattered from Nimbus to Paradise Beach.  Received a good report from below Sailor Bar.  We had a report that there were a fair number of half-pounders hanging with the Salmon. As Salmon begin to sit on redds, Steelhead will hold downstream.   We also received an unconfirmed report that several Brown Trout were caught in the Sailor Bar area.  Go figure . . . 

Our shop guide, Andy Guibord, recommends that for Half Pounders, swinging streamers such as Silver Hiltons or olive Bird's Nests will elicit strikes. We had a look at the fish ladder at the Nimbus Hatchery, and noticed a few Steelhead in the holding pool.  Only a few Salmon were observed, and they may possibly be stray Sacramento River fish. 

Salmon fishing is improving in the upper river.  Because of shoulder to shoulder crowds you will need to stay away from the narrow sections of the river and swing through tail outs with bright streamers.  

Our guides at the shop are on the AR every day, so stop by and pick their brains or maybe let them take you out and get you into some fish.

Recomended Flies

Half Pounders: Andy at the shop recommends swinging, Wooly Buggers, Fox's Poopa/olive, Bird's Nest/olive, Slump Busters #10, Zonkers #10, Silver Hilton. 


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