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Welcome to the best source for regional sportfishing information in the Eastern Sierra, including the latest fishing conditions and the areas best sources for bait, tackle, and all your fishing needs.

Donner lake fishing report

by SHAUN RAINSBARGER‎ / Shaun's Guide Service
Done at 1030am. Gvflures.com and Mackslure.com  and of course scotty.com
(More...) (Sunday, May 20, 2018)

CDFW’s Bay Delta Region Headquarters Moving from Napa to Fairfield in June

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife's (CDFW) Bay Delta Region is relocating its headquarters -- including its License Sales Office -- from Napa to Fairfield in June. CDFW’s License Sales Office along the Silverado Trail in Napa will close permanently
(More...) (Saturday, May 19, 2018)

Reservations Now Available for 2018 Bat Night Tours

The bats have returned! The California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area is welcoming back the largest colony of Mexican free-tailed bats in California. The bats return each summer to give birth to their young and soar
(More...) (Friday, May 18, 2018)

Solo Trip!

by DAN LENGNING / Dans Guide Service
Took a solo trip looking around, found a good bunch of Browns in some new water catching 4 to 22 inch’s fishing still really good lake still rising weather on and off with wind and thunderstorms
(More...) (Thursday, May 17, 2018)

Great Week of Fishing!

by CONVICT LAKE STAFF / Convict Lake Resort
Hope you all had a great weekend. We had a great week of fishing.  Below I have posted a few of the larger fish of the week. We will continue to stock the lake with trophy size trout throughout the
(More...) (Wednesday, May 16, 2018)

3rd Annual Bridgeport Fish Fest!

by TWIN LAKES RESORT STAFF / Twin Lakes Resort
$1,000 grand prize! Our 3rd Annual Bridgeport Fish Fest is coming up in just a couple months! Join us the last weekend in July for a weekend of fishing, music and fun for the entire family! All proceeds from the Tournament
(More...) (Wednesday, May 16, 2018)

Very Consistent Bite!

by TOM LOE / Sierra Drifters Guide Service
The bite here has been very consistent on most days. No need to start super early here, as the midges don’t start coming off until after 8am on most days. Fish #16-18 blood midges, #18 zebras, and #16-18 copper and
(More...) (Tuesday, May 15, 2018)

Middle Owens Report

by TOM LOE / Sierra Drifters Guide Service
Flows in the drift boat sections have swelled due to run-off from Bishop Creek, making for poor water conditions on drift boat trips. Trout plants have been very light in these sections also. From the dam at Pleasant Valley down to the HWY.
(More...) (Tuesday, May 15, 2018)

Still Waiting For The Cutthroat!

by TOM LOE / Sierra Drifters Guide Service
Flows have come down slightly but may increase with this week’s thunderstorms. Far more anglers than fish present for sure. Some smaller rainbows and browns are inhabiting the sections above and below the bridge. Still waiting for the cutthroat to
(More...) (Tuesday, May 15, 2018)

It Has Been Crowded Here!

by TOM LOE / Sierra Drifters Guide Service
The levels are really nice right now-currently at 237cfs.  Flows can vacillate frequently throughout the spring/summer as irrigation demands on pastures in Nevada change.  It has been crowded here; but the “catching” remains consistent overall. Look downstream from the Miracle Mile to get
(More...) (Tuesday, May 15, 2018)

Private Water Hawgs!

by TOM LOE / Sierra Drifters Guide Service
Jurassic Pond has no equal in the Eastern Sierra. This private water holds the largest rainbow and brown trout to be found anywhere in the region. Sierra Drifters Guides have exclusive access to these amazing fish. JP is in terrific shape
(More...) (Tuesday, May 15, 2018)

Crowley Lake Report

by JIM ELIAS / Fish Mammoth
Sorry for the lack of reports, I just spent over a week at home with the flu. Now I'm back on the lake almost daily getting you the most current information possible. Sunday, and today were a couple of the
(More...) (Tuesday, May 15, 2018)

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