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    Default Sheep creek grayling? They still there?

    Can any one tell me if the grayling/trout can still be found in the mouth of sheep creek? Goin up tomorrow would like to kno what go expect...also what mite be productive in the way of flies?



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    Last time up that way there is grayling to be found and rainbows like all the parks streams. The water up that way is so low and slow with a little wind up stream I could hardly get a drift.

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    They'll hit almost any small dry fly - #10 - 14. Favorites are elk hair caddis & adams. Small nymphs will work too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary View Post
    They'll hit almost any small dry fly - #10 - 14. Favorites are elk hair caddis & adams. Small nymphs will work too.
    Agree, they will hit almost anything. But I do really like the mosquito #14 as a personal favorite!

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    Griffins Gnat is my go too. Also Prince Nymphs have done me well graying fishing around there.

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