There Should be Some Streamer Action
Bridgeport Reservoir - Bridgeport, CA (Mono County)
by Jim Reid
Bridgeport had one or two tough days this week but overall the fishing has been getting better and better each day. The bait anglers are still doing the best with crawlers but there’s also some pinched crawler, mice tail and powerbait action. The trolling is good with needlefish, Thomas bouyants, rapalas and crawlers. We haven’t had much news from the fly anglers lately but there should be some streamer action going on up in the channels and maybe down near where the lake narrows near the public launch ramp as well. The shore fishing hasn’t picked up yet, hopefully sometime in October that will take off.
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USDA Forest Service Reportsfor Monday, September 24th
Walker River - East Fork (CA): Dead Drifts are a Must
Sceirine Ranch: Lots of Good Action
Kirman Lake: Transplanting Brookies from Silver Creek to Kirman
Twin Lakes (Mammoth Basin): Leech Patterns, Soft Hackles and Zug Bugs.
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Kens Sporting Goods Reportsfor Monday, September 17th
Eastern Sierra Fishing Report: Ken's Sporting Goods Fishing Report
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Sceirine Ranch: The Ranch is Still Fishing Excellent
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Twin Lakes (Bridgeport): Some Nice Fish Coming In
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