Rick Mazaira reports on 6/24/2015
Yosemite & surrounding area:
The rivers are fishing well! The
higher elevations are doing well, while the temperature change and water
flow are combining to bring a great window of opportunity for the next
to weeks. One technique that works well in the morning is Czech
nymphing, if you need a quick lesson check out our blog
As a guide service we focus on Yosemite National Park and north and in this report we will highlight a different area every week with a quick blurb, with no specifics on general river systems and highway corridors that access them. Feel free to check out more at www.yosemite-outfitters.com.
Feature of the week : Merced River
river is one of my favorites and has so much to offer in the way of
diversity- from free stone runs to seemingly endless pockets. This time
of year the evening yields some hatches that can lead to some amazing
Stanislaus River :
Elevation : Pressure on the weekends around camp sites and trail heads
make for slow fishing, hike away from crowds and you’ll see a dramatic
change in fish activity.
- Mid elevations - Are seeing fish more active with lakes doing well, especially the inlets.
- Lower - It’s like bumper cars with the rafters, you have to fish above or below the rafting put ins/ take outs.