Here are some photos of our guests at Eagle Canyon today. It sounds like dark woolly buggers were the ticket today.
Here are photos of our guests today at Eagle Canyon. Our host Sam says that
hot flies the last few days have been white minnow patterns (flashy=good) and chartreuse zonkers/buggers. If indicator fishing, small midges (zebra, blood, etc).
January 14: Eagle Canyon; JAN/2015 fishing report.
The 2015 season at Eagle Canyon is underway!
Streamers are producing well in the mornings while small nymphs & midges seem to take over in the afternoon. Nothing beats the rush of seeing a malicious 15 pound 'bow create a wake as it chases your fly.
Chartreuse zonkers and flashback P.T.'s (size 16-18) have been working well lately.
If you have any questions or inquiries don't hesitate to shoot me an email. Tight Lines.
Katie and I just got back from a very successful Sacramento ISE Show. It was great to see many of our clients, old and new. We now have very few weekend spots left. The following dates are all open FOR 2 ANGLERS ONLY: January 24th, February 7th, March 1st and 22nd. These are the only weekend dates we have left, so if you need a weekend date don't delay. There are still plenty of weekdays that are wide open, too.
January 7: Check out these Aerial videos of Eagle Canyon
One of our guests on Opening Day, Meng Syn, just sent me a link to his blog post about his trip. Meng has been to Eagle Canyon numerous times, including some trips in the old Mt Lassen Trout days! This year Meng brought a drone with him and captured some excellent aerial footage of the lakes. Check out the blog post here:
I have also posted some of Meng's photos from Opening Day. Meng's blog post is excellent. He has a great historical perspective on the fishery and even through in some photos from 1991, when Mt Lassen Trout first opened! Thanks, Meng for providing this great blog post and allowing us to use the photos and video!
Great aerial view of the lower pond
Aerial view of the island in the big pond