Sunday, June 26, 6:41 p.m. PDT
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What to Expect in June
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Hatches divided by half-month. Super Major Minor Slight None
You can do well with count-down-and-retrieve tactics using an olive Woolly Bugger, dragonfly nymph, or damselfly nymph. Windy days will roil the water, resulting in turbid conditions. When it gets like that, you can still catch trout, but you might want to move to a large, black streamer--something that has a profile and moves some water.
For more on June tactics and flies, see the Lakes in General forecast
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