Bishop Creek is a beautiful little place to throw a fly and practice some dry fly fishing with large attractor patterns. Fish are coming up to eat just about any larger attractors (mostly hoppers) in most of the creek. Large stonefly nymphs dropped a couple of feet under will also produce brown and rainbow trout for the competent angler. The intakes always hold fish and various colours of wooly buggers and streamers will make a fly angler successful. Prince Nymphs, Pheasant Tails, Zug Bugs and various stone patterns are working well. Most in sizes #12-16.