Small Creeks Fly Fishing with Baiocchi’s Troutfitters
About Fly Fishing Small Creeks
Small creeks are littered throughout the high Sierra and Jon offers trips for the hardiest of anglers who look for complete solitude, unbound beauty, and wild trout. These trips require hiking around tough terrain but the experience is one you will savor for years. The creeks are best in the summer when the water temps still flow cold, while lower lakes and rivers are too warm for good trout fishing.
Jon’s experience with the small waters of Plumas, Lassen, and Tahoe National Forests are unmatched. He’s familiar with the best stretches and access areas of these little jewels that glimmer in the Sierra sun, and the techniques that entice these eager wild trout. He specializes his small water craft on Jamison creek, Frazier Creek, Gray Eagle Creek, and many other secret waters with very little fishing pressure.
Visit my blog for frequently updated fishing reports on Lake Davis, Frenchman’s Reservoir, the Middle Feather River, the Lower Yuba River, the North Fork Yuba River, and other small creeks in northeastern California.
Small Water Matrix
A stunning video of Jon that reveals the solitude and beautiful surroundings that small water provides, by Ken Hanley of Pacific Extremes.
“Jon delivered the true fly fishing experience. I hooked up with Jon to learn about the Graeagle area, an area of California that I had never fished. Jon really took the time to find out what I wanted from our day and guided me to a beautiful small Plumas County stream. Jon delivered a day that I will remember for years. Fishing with Jon was like fishing with an old buddy and as a bonus, I learned many new and tricks on ways to approach fly fishing. Thanks Jon and can’t wait to get back out there with you and explore more of the Plumas area!”
– Raffi, American Canyon, CA
“Great guides are born, not made. Jon is one of the finest fly fishing guides out there”
-Neil Rankin, West Palm Beach FL