Damselfly emergence is on-going. Head for the spring holes surrounded by vegetataion in not so deep water. Some of the best locations are along the west and southwest shoreline or near creek inlets. An intermediate line will do. So will your favorite damselfly nymph imitations. Best times will be when the wind is not blowing a gale.
Lot’s of interest here because of the upcoming damselfly emergence. Recently best results are had by fishing midge pupa under a strike indicator. But we have an indication the the fish are beginning to pay attention to damselfly nymph patterns. That old Henry’s Lake standby the Mity Mite has been producing in shallow water. So any day now damselfly nyphs will the only way.
Fishing remains slow, especially near shorelines. Best thing to do is get a good supply of damselfly nymphs whether you “tie or buy”. And get that intermediate line ready. Come the end of this month and into July, the damselfly emergence will be a great chance for you to get into a fish of the year.
Fishing here has really slowed since opening day weekend. Fish are mostly in deeper water. Trolling streamers or putting flies on the bottom there until weeds interfere will bring some responses. Give it a few weeks, and the damselfly emergence will bring the lake back to life fishing-wise.