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Haven't been lately but the stream is in good shape.should start sewing bwo and little stone flies like crazy anytime now if not already. The level is solid and if we geta bit of rain it will be dynamite . this time of year is magic down there. Especially with overcast conditions following a light rain 

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On 2/25/2021 at 10:55 AM, trythisonemv said:

Haven't been lately but the stream is in good shape.should start sewing bwo and little stone flies like crazy anytime now if not already. The level is solid and if we geta bit of rain it will be dynamite . this time of year is magic down there. Especially with overcast conditions following a light rain 

I’m light on flies right now but I picked up a few things from the fly shop and hope to do some tying this weekend. If I can get a few tied up I’m going to head down there one day next week and try my luck.

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1 hour ago, tangledup said:

I’m light on flies right now but I picked up a few things from the fly shop and hope to do some tying this weekend. If I can get a few tied up I’m going to head down there one day next week and try my luck.

Prince nymph wooly buggers and frenchies kill 

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2 hours ago, tangledup said:

I did well with pink and orange frenchies last fall. I have yet to catch a Crane Creek trout on a wooly bugger but that doesn't stop me from throwing them lol.

That is insane....buggers are like the Holy grale for crane creek trout. I have caught so many fish on them down there that i jave had to change bugger because they destroyed it. Same with elk hair caddis . pm me and I'll feed you a few spots to try .

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Mohair leach/bugger rod always rigged & ready. Pat’s Rubberlegs is as good or better. You fish em dead drift like a nymph, not a streamer. Those wild fish love to eat crawfish, and they are very abundant in all the wild trout creeks. Active all year long in those spots, not so on streams with few springs.

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