Luce and Hogan Lakes

October 14, 2019 9:00 am

Luce and Hogan have been fishing well. Surface lake temps are dropping fast due to snow storms and shorter days. Midges and chronomids are active, and a few blue winged olives hatch during mid-day. Lake levels are holding well and fairly deep even close to shore.

There is a new boat launch and campsites at Hogan if your wanting to spend more time at these two lakes. Hogan is on the road, Luce is a 1/4 mile hike south from the Hogan picnic area.

Flies:   Streamers and leeches of various colors.  Chironimids,  Ice cream cones, pheasant tails, hares ear, bow-tie midges and Griffiths gnats. If temps warm back up, the trout could still take ants, beetles and small hoppers through the rest of October.

 


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