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Crowley Lake Fishing Conditions

Capt. Tom Loe
June 23, 2011
Eastern Sierras - Freshwater Fishing Report

Crowley Lake Fishing Conditions / Update June 14th , 2011
Please click on www.sierradrifters.com/fish.htm to view all the great photos of big fish caught and released on Crowley recently.

Hi there Friends and Sierra Drifters, TwoBugDoug here filling in for both T-Loe and Doug Rodricks as they are guiding up at Eagle Lake this month. As for the Sierras, well it's what we have all been waiting for, some warmer spring like weather up here in our beautiful Sierras and I must say....It's about time. So, pack your sunscreen and bug repellent on your next trip up here and let the lip ripping begin.
Hanging some fish and ripping lots of lips is exactly what seems to be a developing pattern out here on Crowley Lake this last week. As warmer temperatures heat the Sierras, so does the water of the lake and that is all it takes for our fish to start moving into the 9-15 feet of water feeding vigorously on Midges. We have had some very consistent times with our Under-cators getting pulled down hard with fish averaging 16-18 inches and many in the 20-22 inch range as well. We have been hanging most of these fish at Sandy Pt. in 13-15 feet of water and seeing fish caught in 9-12 feet to. Seems Midges in size 18-20 grey and black colors are working best. Layton Springs, Big Hilton and Pelican Pt. are holding good numbers of fish as well. As the weather forecast predicts temperatures to get into the 70s and low 80s this next couple of weeks, fishing conditions will only improve out on Crowley. This means more of the larger Rainbows and Browns will become targets to our custom fly patterns. It's a good time to start planning a trip to Crowley or book a trip with us and let these big Crowley Fish show you that stuff behind your fly line we call backing.....they will do that.
We hope to Fish Ya Soon,
TwoBugDoug, Sierra Drifters Guide Service
Eagle Lake:
Doug and Tom are back here this spring. Eagle is in great shape and it promises to be the best spring we have ever experienced. The lake has got plenty of water and will be at excellent levels this summer. We have limited booking dates available in June and July so get back to us soon. Check out our Facebook page for the updates and pics of recent trips. The Eagle Lake RV Park is offering special discount rates on spaces and dock rentals-mention promo code N11011 to get discounts.

Be the Fly…
Tom Loe, Sierra Drifters Guide Service
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