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Old 09-15-2012, 03:08 PM
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Default Clear Creek Fishing Report

Fishing was very good for small to average sized brown trout. Dry dropper in the morning until water warms a bit (Size 8-10 PMX, Royal Trude, Amy's Ant type patterns with a bead head pheasant tail dropped off). When sun is up high, switch to a double dry with the same lead fly followed by a size 18-20 parachute adams. Or nymph the deeper holes with a worm and a pheasant tail.

You will get a lot of looks, rejections, and inspections (I mean 30 or more). Expect to catch multiple fish, up to 15+ depending on how long you fish. Cover lots of water with no more than one or two casts to each typical holding area. They will move on it or they aren't home.

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Cheers,

Gary
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