Kern River Fly Shop Pro Guide Staff

Left to Right- Paul Fuller, Rob Buhler, Dano Ocampo, Ryan Buhler, Danny Housh, Guy Jeans

Kern River Fly Fishing Guide Staff

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Kern River Fly Fishing Report Quick Free Report! November 11, 2020 “Your source of pro information from Guides who are on the river everyday”.

Kern River Fly Fishing Report: The upper Kern continues to fish ok with water temps dropping into the low 40’s this week with the cooler weather. Flows are at 138 CFS Guides Ryan and Rob Buhler and Paul Fuller and have been fishing and guiding almost everyday and producing some nice rainbows with clients in the 20 mile section of the upper Kern. The river is clear and we are seeing some top water action for Caddis around 2 pm. Stop by the shop for more details or become a “Premium Member” with video reports, casting videos and entomology/fly information. Check out these pics from the last few days!Kern River Fly Fishing

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Kern River Fly Fishing Report-Quick Report November 2, 2020

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Guides Report by Ryan Buhler:

Kern River Fly Fishing Report : With the dropping water temps we have started concentrating on pocket water from River Kern up to Mcnally’s. Above there, the water temps have been in the mid 40’s and the action has slowed down, but all techniques have been getting fish. Mayflies(Epeorus and Blue Wing Olives) are getting grabs more and there seems to be less stonefly action. Midge and caddis are also on the menu as we get farther into fall. Small mayflies size 18 to 22 and zebra midges size 16 to 20 have been most popular.Fish those in a tandem rig with a big stonefly. Big fish love a big meal and at times that big stonefly can provide that. Find the best water temps and you will find the most active fish. Ryan

Wild fish are doing well and the reproduction of wild fish is doing well. Most of the guides are catching wild fish on their trips.

“Premium Members Report” will be up in a few days with new Buhler Bros Fly Tying videos also Guy Jeans’ New Casting Videos Series and video reports.

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