Truckee River Fish Report for 6-24-2022
Great flows and temperatures throughout the entire river right now
by Mountain Hardware & Sports
The Truckee River is shaping up on the California side and anglers are experiencing some of the best fishing so far this season. Great flows and temperatures throughout the entire river right now. Anglers should expect fishing to continue to improve. The tahoe city section is flowing at 311 CFS, glenshire area is at 338 CFS, and the stateline area at 605 CFS.
FLOWS:Tahoe City 311 CFS, Glenshire 338 CFS, Farad 605 CFS
Tips for the Week
Anglers tight line or indicator nymphing are having the most success right now focusing on the fast water. Using dry flies can be productive for anglers throughout the day, but the best time is the last two hours of light. Dry fly action is most prominent then.
Split Case Green Drake Nymphs, EC Caddis, Little Yellow Stoneflies, Phesant Tail Nymphs, and Copper Johns.
Mountain Hardware Reportsfor Friday, June 24th
Boca Reservoir: Boca Reservoir has a great trout bite on the north end of the lake
Stampede Reservoir: Stampede Reservoir has an consistent Kokanee bite around the 50 foot water column
Prosser Reservoir: Prosser Reservoir is fishing best by the dam and in the cove areas
Jackson Meadows Reservoir: Great fishing off the dam and in the pass creek cove area
Mountain Hardware Reportsfor Friday, June 10th
Boca Reservoir: Boca Reservoir has a great trout bite off the dam
Stampede Reservoir: Stampede Reservoir has an incredible Kokanee bite in the early morning
Prosser Reservoir: Prosser Reservoir is fishing great in the coves and inlet areas
Jackson Meadows Reservoir: No reports yet this season
Truckee River: Fish are still holding in the deeper parts of the river
Little Truckee River: The river has consistent flows around 200 CFS
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