The Northern California Guide Reports on 2.16.2017
This past month it’s been hard to find a place to fish but one location that has been steadily fishing well is Baum Lake. Michelle and I ran up there on Sunday for a few hours in the afternoon and the fishing was stellar. The fish were willing to eat with different techniques such as dry flies, intermediate sinking line and strike indicator rigs.
- Small May Fly
- 18 Parachute Adams
- Other beatis patterns worked well on the surface
Intermediate Sinking Line
- Small Soft Hackle
- Olive Wooly Bugger
- We really didn’t need to throw these but it was fun to mix it up
Strike Indicator Rigs
- Note - Small Indicator
- Zebra Midge – 18 PT
Overall it was a great way to spend the day. We caught many trout in the 10-15 inch range. We fought some bigger fish but they ran into the weeds and were lost. This is an all-around great way to spend time on the water getting into rainbows and browns.
If anyone is looking to book a trip contact:
Call/Text (530) 356-2189