The Upper Owens River is a local small spring Creek that kicks out world class sized fish. When hooked you will have a torpedo that tailwalks on water, dives into the opposite undercut bank, and jumps and pulls almost to the point of being very difficult to land. The river seems to be full of these quality fish in every deep run and riffle. Various types of Nymph patterns will take these fish. SJ worms, Copper Jons, Pheasant Tails, Hares Ears, Soft Hackles ect.. Fish these patterns in larger sizes. #8’s for some and around #10-14 for the nymphs. This seems to be getting better and better as time rolls on this season. A few Browns are coming out along with the Rainbows and Cutt Bows. Don’t be afraid to pull a streamer at any time. Think big here too and don’t use light Tippett when you do? Stayed tuned for many more large specimens to be taken out of this amazing river system.