Monday, April 30, 2012

Tulpehocken Creek Report

This week I've been on the Tully just about every day. The caddis are still coming off, not in the numbers they were before the rain, but fish are still keyed on them. Midges have also been none stop, fish are up eating them as well. If you don't see many fish up and working the surface, go under with a midge and or a caddis pupa.

Lenny and I fished last night and had great action; CDC caddis with a pupa dropper. Lenny landed this nice brown just before calling it for the night.

Friday and Sunday and Monday (today), I had 1/2 day trips on the Tully, fish were nymphing very well. We took most of our fish on small Peasant tails, Bird of Prey Caddis, and Z-Wing Caddis. Mid morning the fish started eating Caddis emergers, slowly transitioning to adults. Here are a couple photos from my trips:

Hot Flies: Bird of Prey Caddis, Z-Wing Caddis, Sugar Daddy, Pheasant Tail, Wooly Bugger, CDC Caddis, X-Wing Caddis

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