Walker River - East Fork (CA) Fish Report for 5-15-2018
It Has Been Crowded Here!
Walker River - East Fork (CA) - Bridgeport, CA (Mono County)
by Tom Loe
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 less pressured, fresh water. Last falls planted rainbows are amazingly “rotund”, & very healthy. At these release rates, you can find pods of rainbows in the deeper riffles especially during the emergencies. Warmer weather can trigger some solid midge, & mayfly activity. Assassins, Drifters Crawlers, crystal eggs, broken back midges. Tugging streamers like Spruce-A-Bu’s and Loebergs in the larger pools can get a bad Leroy brown to come out and attack.
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