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    Default Pyramid

    Anyone have any info? Gonna be going up soon. Will post a report if I get anything. Thanks!

    NK

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natekursow View Post
    Anyone have any info? Gonna be going up soon. Will post a report if I get anything. Thanks!

    NK
    Fished today. Been really cold. Today was first day with no wind since Thursday. Strip bite was pretty good on midnight buggers and boobies.

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    It was really slow yesterday. Between the two if us we hooked only one fish and only saw two guys catch fish the whole day.

    NK

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natekursow View Post
    It was really slow yesterday. Between the two if us we hooked only one fish and only saw two guys catch fish the whole day.

    NK
    We were in our float tubes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Natekursow View Post
    Anyone have any info? Gonna be going up soon. Will post a report if I get anything. Thanks!

    NK
    Find springs (sulfur smell) and fish structure (rocky points and shoreline)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rossflyguy View Post
    Find springs (sulfur smell) and fish structure (rocky points and shoreline)
    Look for the long line of people on ladders. Move 15 yards from the person on either end. Set up there.

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    I’ll be up there this weekend. We will see how it goes. I know the bite is warming up but is not quite there.
    ..."I'd rather be fishing..."

    Peter V

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    How do "we" feel about fishing Pyramid Lake during a full moon week?

    Next full moon is December 7, Wednesday.

    _______________________________________

    Top Stillwater fly fisher Jay Fair:


    Jay did not like "blue bird weather" for lake fishing.

    He liked to go out very early.

    I think he like early and late in the day or days with overcast....low light level.

    I believe Jay like a little breeze too.

    I think Jay preferred to wade fish lakes although he was famous for his specialized guiding with flies in a boat.

    He moved his fly "very, very slow".....

    I think Jay used a "true Intermediate" very slow sinking line.......1/2 inch per second.......most of the time.

    He liked a small amount of weight in his flies.

    _______________________________________

    I know Pyramid Lake is not the typical shallow, weeding lake like Davis and Eagle that Jay frequented.




    I think today, with the potentially large size of "new old fish", that Pyramid Lake is one of the most exciting Stillwater fisheries.
    Bill Kiene (Boca Grande)

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    Contact me for any reason........
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Kiene semi-retired View Post
    How do "we" feel about fishing Pyramid Lake during a full moon week?

    Next full moon is December 7, Wednesday.

    _______________________________________

    Top Stillwater fly fisher Jay Fair:


    Jay did not like "blue bird weather" for lake fishing.

    He liked to go out very early.

    I think he like early and late in the day or days with overcast....low light level.

    I believe Jay like a little breeze too.

    I think Jay preferred to wade fish lakes although he was famous for his specialized guiding with flies in a boat.

    He moved his fly "very, very slow".....

    I think Jay used a "true Intermediate" very slow sinking line.......1/2 inch per second.......most of the time.

    He liked a small amount of weight in his flies.

    _______________________________________

    I know Pyramid Lake is not the typical shallow, weeding lake like Davis and Eagle that Jay frequented.




    I think today, with the potentially large size of "new old fish", that Pyramid Lake is one of the most exciting Stillwater fisheries.

    Personally, I have never done well on a full moon at pyramid or really any water for that matter. However, my friend had an epic day at pyramid on a full moon during a storm.
    ..."I'd rather be fishing..."

    Peter V

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    I don't like fishing full moon periods, period.

    I use to fish any time I could find time, and if that was a full moon, so be it. usually those trips were blanks or close to it. I will say most of that was delta striper fishing so tides were a factor there as well.

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