Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by dryfly, Jun 28, 2002.

  1. dryfly New Member

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    Seattle, WA, King.
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    Lenice Lk.

    It's been a few weeks since I've been there, just wondering if anyone has been there lately. Damsel nymphs still doing the trick?

    With all the rain and such, I may just head east Sat or Sun. (of course it will rain there too, but at least I'll be casting a fly!)

    Thanks for any update info.
  2. Bruce New Member

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    I posted about Lenice under the "Dry Falls Lake" by Caddi Smack, thread.
  3. Al New Member

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    Ellensburg, Wa, Kittitas.
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    Did the evening fish on Monday and found it difficult after a very warm day. Did finally hookup on a 20" Bow on a small damsel. The fish seem to be down deep or in very shallow water where they are easily spooked.

    The rain and a little wind will help the fishing this weekend.

    Good Luck!

  4. dryfly New Member

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    Seattle, WA, King.
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    thx for the info guys!

    I agree, the infamous windy conditions and cool rain may help out vs the HOT HOT stuff. Just finished tying up some light olive/tan marabou damsels on #12 200R's (weighted), what has worked well for me in the past in the channels between the islands on a II sink tip.

    I'm leaving in a few hrs. to head east, have Goretex will travel :)