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Apr302014

Fly Fishing Report July 11, 2019

July 11,

Woooo!!!  The fly fishing on Crowley lake is finally on fire!  the trout are feeding aggressivley so catching is almost a gurantee;)  Lot of quality fish are also on the prowl so there is a great chance catching a 3-5lbs trout.  With the lake level high, the fish are deeper than usual, anywhere from 20ft to 30ft (no joke).  Use a long leader of some kind with a break away indicator or sliding indicator to fish the deeps.  Mcgee Bay to Sometimes bay has been the best spot.   To avoid the crowds, Big and Little Hilton also have been decent. 

ps-Perch fries are out in whiskey bay! get your strip on! :) 

 

 location: Sometimes Bay, McGee bay, Crooked Bay, Alligator point, Hilton bay

 flies:  Copper clowns, copper tigers, alblino Barons, zebra midge, perch fry imitations, 

 

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I'm planning a trip up there Aug. 15th & 16th and was curios how the algae bloom is doing? I know it can be real bad late in the summer. So bad that you need to find open areas of water to drop your lures down through when trolling.
Another question about bard less hooks, can you just use pliers to roll the barb flat and can you still use trouble hooks with no barbs?


Thanks
Jack

August 6, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterJack

How do you, Crowley fish camp, expect us to drive for hours to fish Crowley when the latest fish report for trolling is July 30 ??? Can you give us something a little more current. I have a group of seven that would love to make the 6 hour drive, but we won't if the conditions and bite are horrible. Thanks in advance.

August 24, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterAl

It's May 19, 2015. I'm looking at your last fishing report dated May 14! Would you please update more frequently. Fishing is fishing; I'm also very concerned about the water level and weather.

May 19, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterCharles Stichter
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