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Yosemite Fly Fishing Report

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Rick Mazaira Reports on 9.1.2016

September is her and a change is in the wind. Days are shorter, and cooler temps are on their way.

Mokelumne- The Moke is streaky at best.
Upper Moke- It’s all fishing well, dries & dry droppers. Stimulators & Caddis are best.

Stanislaus-  South Fork is doing well.   Yellow Sallies, and  Hare’s  ears.
Middle Fork is great above Twain Hart- look at Herring  Creek and  the inlet to Lyons!. Kennedy Meadows has a lot of pressure.

Tuolumne-  Middle Fork & South   fork are doing very well.  Subsurface     caddis & midges work well, Caddis, Parachute Adams and Yellow Sallies.
Merced- El  Portal is getting too hot not to hurt fish, mind your temps and don’t go above 70.

Lower Merced lots of Pike  Minnows,   Suckers,  and when you catch a  rainbow with a tracking tag on  it   know it is a  rescue fish and     keep it  in the water.

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