Ross Lake area streams

Discussion in 'Fly Fishing Forum' started by camano_1, Jul 31, 2002.

  1. camano_1

    camano_1 New Member

    Does anyone have experience fishing some of the small streams in the Ross Lake area? Canyon Creek?, Bacon Creek?, Diobsud Creek? Any experiences to report? Type and size of fish, patterns, techniques? Any other small streams in the area worth trying? Appreciate any advice.....
     
  2. DW

    DW New Member

    Can't comment on the streams, but I did really well in a float tube on Ross Lake. I was only on the lake about 20 minutes before I started catching fish. The best spots seemed to be where the creeks come into the lake. In regards to patterns....black whooly bugger was the most consistant.

    - DW
     
  3. baseballandfishing

    baseballandfishing New Member

    yea how about canyon creek? gonna be up in that area mid august and looking for a good trout stream or river. thanks
     
  4. guest

    guest Guest

    A fellow member of this forum, my son and I tried Bacon Creek a couple weeks ago for naught. Not even a hint that there were fish to be had. Likewise, Diobsud Creek (my farm resides near the confluence of Diobsud and the Skagit River). Can't address Canyon Creek, don't even know where it is; guess I'll check the map for another time. Frankly the flows have been really heavy this year in the North Cascades and it may take time to settle out.

    stumpfisher