Twin Lakes fishing has been productive. There has been consistent subsurface action and a bit of surface action once the sun gets low. Terrestrials, callibaetis and caddis are getting some attention every now and then. Spent damsels can also produce, especially later in the day. Damselfly nymphs are the real ticket. Slowly retrieving them through shallower areas in the lake works great. In deeper sections, a balanced damsel can get down to where the fish are. Dark assassins and birds nests do a great job of imitating a variety of different insects. Chironomids and callibaetis nymphs consistently fool fish, especially right before or during a hatch. Streamers and leeches can work great for covering water and searching for a big bite. Continue to be careful in the lingering heat, it’s very easy to get torched in the higher elevations.
Suggested Flies: Bird’s Nest Hare’s Ear #14-18, Dark Assassin #14-18, Bird’s Nest Or Black Depth Charge #14-18, Red or Black Zebra Midge #16-18, Black or Red Chironocone #14-18, Poxyback Callibaetis #16-18, Feather Duster Callibaetis #16-18, Flashback PT #14-18, Red or Black Yankee Buzzer #14, Bruised Balanced Leech #10-14, Ruby Leech #10-12, Black Wooly Bugger #10-12, Olive Wooly Bugger #10-12, Black or Rust Slump Buster #10-12, Thin Mint #10-12, Olive or Black BH Mini Leech #12, Balanced Damsel #14, Dainty Damsel #14, Scotts Damsel #14