Sunday, January 26, 2014

A couple of good days...

After getting beaten down at Pyramid recently, I was able to experience a couple of decent days in a row netting 7 fish each day with the biggest around 9 pounds. The only thing that changed was the wind. A southeast wind around 10mph had the waves going and fish were responding. It was a great reminder of what this lake is like when it is on.

Here are a few pics from a guide trip last weekend. Fishing was tough but the clients were fantastic and we shared lots of laughs in the sand.

 Clay with his first cutthroat.

 Casting at Sand Hole Beach

 Wading an unnamed beach near Cattle Guard

Tools of the trade

 Will with a Cui-ui

 Good morning from Pyramid Lake!

The happy anglers.

With an actual storm on the horizon the fishing should improve somewhat. Water temperatures are in the low 40's and the fish are a bit lethargic but when the wind produces some wave action the fish definitely respond in a favorable way. Hot flies this week were the Popcorn beetle, black wooly buggers, rootbeer and Trojan midges. Fish were in decent numbers at the N Nets with a couple of big fish in the mix. Reports from the southern end of the lake indicate continued slow fishing there, but the chance at a real trophy still exists.

I have some availabilty so if you are looking for guide service give me a call at 530 414 1655

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