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Hot Creek and East Walker (Read 2287 times)
T. Schleich
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Hot Creek and East Walker
Apr 20th, 2012, 11:24pm
 
I recently fished Hot Creek and the East Walker with a lot of success.  I would highly recommend getting up to Mammoth right now the fishing was spectacular.  I caught around 20 fish each day and the weather was amazing.
 
Hot creek had a window between 11 and 1, where the fish had a feeding frenzy. I was getting good results with many different types of mayfly nymphs and midges.  During the feeding frenzy the most productive combo was any BWO emerger and a flashback pheasant tail.
 
In one of the deep holes I decided to mix it up and so I tied on a massive black streamer.  The rest was history and after 20 minutes of battling, I landed this 30 inch monster brown.
 

 
The East Walker was spectacular as well and the bite seemed to be consistent throughout the day.  Most of the fish were no less than 15 inches, and even my parents who are beginners caught quality fish. The combo of a tungsten psycho and tiger midge seemed to irresistible throughout the day.  
 
Here's some pictures from the East Walker:
 

 

 

 
 
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Re: Hot Creek and East Walker
Reply #1 - Apr 28th, 2012, 8:54pm
 
T,
 
That is a beautiful fish. Your fame and reputation proceed you!!
 
Congrats on the biggest fish to come out of hot creek.
 
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"The longer your cast the longer your line is in the water fishing". Lew Riffle
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Reply #2 - Apr 29th, 2012, 6:03am
 
duham!  kids these days       LEW
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