Burney/Fall River Fishing Report
The Intermountain region has been on fire lately!
On the Fall River, the Hex hatch is in full swing with big beautiful rainbows gobbling up Hexagenia Limbata Mayflies each evening. Fishing at sunset with Mt. Shasta in the background is a sight to behold.
During the day, nymphing with Copper Johns and Midges or presenting PMD’s and a variety of sized Parachute Adams to rising fish has been successful.
Hat Creek continues to reward anglers all along the wild trout section with nymphs or TriCo’s in the to risers in the morning and PMDs in late afternoons. Cal Trout’s amazing restoration along the Carbon Flat section is even more exciting with the newly installed pedestrian bridge looking fantastic!
The mighty Pit keeps producing fat wild ‘Bows who are eating Caddis pattern and small Mayfly nymphs especially in the Pit 3 through 5 sections. We are noticing a significant rise in the water temps throughout Pit 1, removing that section of water from our fishable areas for now.
Get up here and chase fish with us!
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