Good Fishing on Rock Creek with Flows Below Average in John Perry’s Fly Fishing Report
By Matt Schauer

Posted: June 1, 2012

Rock Creek has stabilized for a bit and the fishing is very good. Some good success with girdle buggers, double beaded dark nymphs, brown rubber legs, bitch creeks, large prince nymphs and a variety of smaller streamers-colors in dull white, brown and yellow, and black.

Oh, some salmon flies are out – but not much service action yet. There is still lots of snow in the Pintler Mountains, so try taking advantage of this short window before the next big melt.

 

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