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Crane Prairie Reservoir

Share:Calli’s and Damsels in the afternoon.  Leaches and PT’s still the best bet. Bloom is gone. Lake is clear. Fish the channels!

Share:Oh boy how we love Crane Prairie in this neck of the woods!  We are starting to see some pretty consistent action up there the last few weeks.  The water…

Share:As our weather turns, the Calibaetis hatches are tapering off and fish are starting to spread out a bit on Crane, although the river channels will still be the most…

Share: Crane is still producing well, although you may have to tweak your usual tactics just a bit. With the low, clear water, flourocarbon is crucial when fishing sub-surface. Try…

Share:The longer, cooler nights we’ve been having recently have helped lower water temps, and fishing has improved. It looks like we have seen the last of the algae blooms for…

Share:As the bulk of the heat has digressed in the last few weeks, surface temperatures have gotten slightly lower on some days and as a result, the big fish were keying…

Share:Despite warm surface temperatures and algae blooms in some sections, Crane continues to produce fish in the colder water sections. In the body of the lake, efforts should be concentrated…

Share:Up on the lakes, we are being treated to incredible action. Our guides are reporting healthy hatches, abundant fish and perfect conditions, day after day. As typical for this time…

Share:Fishing at Crane Prairie Reservoir the past couple weeks has been decent! We are starting to see a decent number of callibeatis hatching during the day. The weather we have…

Share:  Crane early in the season is a little bit of a scavenger hunt for finding the fish. Almost fully filled, the fish remain scattered and not in the river…

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Crane Prairie Reservoir

Long Horned Caddis

LaFontine Cased Caddis Larva 8-16 Afternoon/
Evening
Herl Nypmp 8-16 Afternoon/
Evening
Beadhead Rock Roller Larva 8-16 Afternoon/
Evening
Sparkle Pupa 10-16 Afternoon/
Evening
Soft Hackle Pupa 10-16 Afternoon/
Evening
Sedge Pupa 10-16 Afternoon/
Evening
Elk Hair Caddis 10-16 Afternoon/
Evening
Goddard Caddis 10-16 Afternoon/
Evening
Diving Caddis 10-16 Afternoon/
Evening

Callibaetis

Pheasant Tail Nymph 12-16 Afternoon
Poxyback Callibaetis Nymph 12-16 Afternoon
Trigger Nymph Callibaetis 12-16 Afternoon
Pablo's Cripple Callibaetis 12-16 Afternoon
Hackle Stacker Callibaetis 12-16 Afternoon
Thorax Callibaetis 12-16 Afternoon

Gray Drake

Pheasant Tail Nymph 6-10 Afternoon
Hare's Ear Nymph 6-10 Afternoon
Marabou PT Nymph 6-10 Afternoon
Parachute Adams 6-10 Afternoon
Comparadun Gray 6-10 Afternoon
Adams 6-10 Afternoon

Tricos

Pheasant Tail Nymph 18-22 Afternoon/
Evening
Olive Hair's Ear Nymph 18-22 Afternoon/
Evening
Serendipity Nymph 18-22 Afternoon/
Evening
Little Olive Parachute 18-22 Afternoon/
Evening
CDC Trico Emerger 18-22 Afternoon/
Evening
Trico Poly Spiner 18-22 Afternoon/
Evening

Midges

Criscross Chronimid Larva 10-14 Afternoon
Ice Cream Cone Larva 10-16 Afternoon
Chan's Chronimid Larva 10-16 Afternoon
Chan's Frostbite Chronimid Pupa 10-16 Afternoon
Redbutt Buzzer Pupa 10-16 Afternoon
Thurman's Blood Geyser Pupa 10-16 Afternoon

Damselflies

Marabou Damsel Nymph 8-12 Morning/
Afternoon
Idyl's Dainty Damsel Nymph 8-12 Morning/
Afternoon
Scott's Damsel Dirtty Nymph 8-12 Morning/
Afternoon
Paul's Horny Damsel 8-12 Morning/
Afternoon
Adult Damsel Olive 8-12 Morning/
Afternoon
Adult Damsel Blue 8-12 Morning/
Afternoon

Dragonflies

Otter's Dragon Nymph 8 Morning/
Afternoon
Idyl's Fat Ass Dragon Nymph 8 Morning/
Afternoon
Sparkle Furry Dragon Nymph 6 Morning/
Afternoon

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