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Davis Lake

Trout fishing has been decent, though the water is pretty low right now. Stripping a leech or damsel nymph will probably be the only reliable way to catch fish. A few callibaetis are around still, but tapering off. Bass fishing is alright as well, though as weather cools, fishing will slow down in a hurry.…
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By: Tye Krueger

Hosmer Lake

Fishing is starting to slow down but it won't shut down until the lake starts to ice up. There is still good fishing to be had. Callibaetis are still around, as well as caddis in the evening. Leeches will catch fish as well, and callibaetis nymphs can be great for picky fish. Damsel nymphs remain…
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By: Tye Krueger

Crane Prairie Reservoir

Callibaetis are the only dry flies you will likely find this time of year. Bring a selection of cripples, duns, and spinners. Balanced leeches under an indicator continue to be the most reliable way to catch fish, though chironomids, damsel nymphs, and callibaetis nymphs can be excellent as well, either under an indicator or on…
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By: Tye Krueger

East Lake

Fishing has cooled off since the hot streak that we had earlier this summer, but it remains solid. Callibaetis are likely the only dry fly opportunity you'll have this time of year. Come prepared with a range of cripples, duns, and spinners. Leeches, small chironomids, and callibaetis nymphs are effective as always. This time of…
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By: Tye Krueger

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