Dead Drifts are a Must
Walker River - East Fork (CA) - Bridgeport, CA (Mono County)
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by Jim Reid
The East is running at about 167 cfs right now. The fishing down there has been a little hit and miss for some but really good for others. We’ve started to get some good reports on streamers, and the crawdad patterns are still working well. The caddis nymphs are still bagging some fish but the small midge patterns are coming on strong as the weather cools. The flows are still great and the water temps are dropping and the fish are all happy and healthy. The anglers that are having the most success are working some of the riffles as well as some of the deeper pools. Dead drifts are a must, these fish have seen a lot of flies this summer and can be very picky.
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USDA Forest Service Reportsfor Monday, September 24th
Sceirine Ranch: Lots of Good Action
Bridgeport Reservoir: There Should be Some Streamer Action
Kirman Lake: Transplanting Brookies from Silver Creek to Kirman
Twin Lakes (Mammoth Basin): Leech Patterns, Soft Hackles and Zug Bugs.
Walker River - West Fork (CA): Fly Anglers are Having Success
Virginia Lakes: Virginia Lakes Fishing Report
Kens Sporting Goods Reportsfor Monday, September 17th
Eastern Sierra Fishing Report: Ken's Sporting Goods Fishing Report
Walker River - East Fork (CA): Streamer Action is on the Rise
Sceirine Ranch: The Ranch is Still Fishing Excellent
Hunewill Pond: Some Success with Leech Patterns and Damsel Patterns
Bridgeport Reservoir: The Reservoir is Getting Better and Better Each Day
Twin Lakes (Bridgeport): Some Nice Fish Coming In
Walker River - West Fork (CA): Fishing Pretty Well up in the Pickle Meadows Area
Virginia Lakes: Fly Anglers Slow Stripping Squirmy Wormy’s and Killing It!