Hot Creek still fishes well in spite of low flows. For us right now it is all about the dry fly hatch that comes off between 10:30 and 11:30. This hatch last from 1.5 – 3 hours depending on the day.and is absolutely a blast to fish .The hatch comes off at different consistencies in different parts of the river and it is not too hard to find where they are the thickest. Ext Body BWO’s #20-22, Thorax BWO’s #20 -22, and Etha Wing BWO #20-22 have been the most successful patterns to trick these highly selective trout on Hot Creek. The standard Hot Creek nymphs from my last report will take fish when the hatch is not on and the fish are not rising. Hot Creek should be fishing very well this winter with a variety of surface activity.