- Start/End Time
- 6:45pm to 10:15pm
- Best Fishing Time
- Water Temp
- Water Clarity
- Murky - <1' visibility
- Water Level
- Jason Hansen
|Caught||Avg Size||Pattern||Optional Fields|
|1||20"||#16 Pale Yellow CDC Biot Thorax Dun|
|1||19"||#16 Pale Yellow CDC Biot Thorax Dun|
|2||19"||#16 Brown Spent Partridge Caddis|
|2||18"||#16 Pale Yellow CDC Biot Thorax Dun|
|3||18"||#16 Pale Yellow Parachute|
|1||18"||#16 Brown Clear Wing Spinner|
|1||16"||#16 Brown Spent Partridge Caddis|
|Light - 5 to 10 knots||X|
- Air Temp High/Low
- 92.0°F / 80.0°F
- Wind Direction
- Weather Front
- Moon Phase
- 34% Full (Waxing crescent)
Other Patterns Tried
- #16 Brown Emergent Sparkle Pupa
- #18 Pale Morning Dun Ephemeroptera Ephemerella
- #14-#18 Brown ? Unidentified Caddisfly Trichoptera unknown
No seining information for this outing.
No fishing partners were saved with this outing.
No waypoints were saved with this outing.
I drove past the Rock Garden without stopping in order to get to the Crapper Hole as soon as possible. Fish were already rising pretty good in the slackwater off the main current. Fishing was consistent throughout the evening but never spectacular, perhaps because I missed so many fish. I came up empty on many rises, and for awhile was fishing a clear wing spinner as a dropper off the thorax fly and on a handful of occasions, the spinner sank and I would see my thorax dun start to dart sideways as the fish had taken the sunken spinner. I was never able to hook any of those fish.
All in all a good night with 11 browns. I think the PMDs are getting a bit smaller, perhaps #18 is the most predominant size.