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Thursday, April 30, 2015

Lance Gray & Co Fly Fishing Tours

Lance and I are back at it again with our very popular Lake Davis Tours, and a new Tour of the North Fork Yuba River. These Tours are an excellent opportunity for fly anglers to familiarize themselves with the intricate details of these two legendary waters.

Lake Davis was made for fly-fishing. The lake is located in Plumas National Forest just outside the small mountain town of Portola, CA. The lake sits at 5,700 feet in elevation and contains huge rainbows. The lake provides abundant nutrients and fertile shallow water flats offer the best trout stalking water around.  Rainbows average 3-5 pounds with fish pushing the 6 pound range.

The Lake Davis Tour is a one of a kind. From our man on the ground, Jon Baiocchi to the way we conduct this tour, it’s unmatched.  The first step was to get Jon on our LGC staff.  Jon spends more time at Davis than any other guide. With years of fishing time on Davis along with mentors like his father and Jay Fair, Jon is a master still water specialist. Second, we looked at the tour from a different perspective. We will utilize Jon’s Tracker Pro Deep V-16 modified gullwing designed boat to conduct the tour from the water. This view of the lake will provide more insights with an enhanced comprehension of the water. With just two guests Jon will be able to focus on providing great information from access areas, to fly-fishing techniques to equipment needed to be successful at Lake Davis.

The tour is set in June, which is a perfect time for the damsel fly hatch and the uncommon but, spectacular Hexagenia hatch that appears at the lake. This is a two day tour with two guests per tour. Handouts, lunch, equipment clinic and fishing are all provided during the tour. Dates; June 15th & 16th (both spots open), and June 17th & 18th (1 spot open).

This freestone pocket water is a awesome little fishery that located just North of Nevada City. The river travels along Highway 49 with great access areas and historical communities such as Downieville and Sierra City. Jon Baiocchi and Lance Gray will be your host at this great wild treasure. The wild pocket water with built in stepping stones (boulders) make this a fun a fishery for everyone to experience. Access areas, flies, techniques, rigging and safety concerns while wading will be addressed. Anglers wishing to dry fly fish – this is the tour for you folks. Space will limited and as always a great creek side lunch will be provided. Handouts, equipments clinic, and entomology will be thoroughly covered. Limited to 6 anglers. All spots open, sign up now!

For more information and to reserve your spot contact Lance at 530-517-2204 / lancegrayandcompany@yahoo.com

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