Bridgeport Reservoir Fish Report for 5-22-2018
Abundance of Water this Year!
Bridgeport Reservoir - Bridgeport, CA (Mono County)
by Tom Loe
BPR looks to be in great shape with an abundance of water this year. For those of you who tuned in last winter, some larger model fish got dropped into this place. Many have survived the winter and have grown even bigger. The key to finding trout here is locating a weed free, mud bottom in the 15-20 foot range. I suggest you use the same still water nymph patterns as you might try on Crowley. There are also opportunities to troll streamers with a full sinking line around the marina. Fish are planted at least bi-weelky, and these rascals are more opportunistic than the holdovers on CL. Spruce-A-Bu’s, Loebergs, Punk Perch, Agent Orange, & Crystal Leeches will get grabs. Use the darker colors in low light periods.
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Sierra Drifters Reportsfor Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018
Crowley Lake: Fishing Good From 9 to 22 Feet!
Owens River - Middle: Water Conditions Look Really Good!
Owens River - Section 3 - Upper (above Crowley): Cutthroat Spotted Above the Bridge!
McGee Creek: Tough to get on any Fish Here if you Arrive Late to the Party.
Hot Creek: It can be Fish After Fish on Some Sections of the Creek!
Walker River - East Fork (CA): High Flows!
Sierra Drifters Reportsfor Tuesday, May 15th, 2018
: Eastern Sierra Fish'N Conditions
Crowley Lake: Very Consistent Bite!
Owens River - Middle: Middle Owens Report
Owens River - Section 3 - Upper (above Crowley): Still Waiting For The Cutthroat!
McGee Creek: More Fish are Filling the Creek Daily!
Hot Creek: Fish After Fish on Some Sections!
Walker River - East Fork (CA): It Has Been Crowded Here!
Jurassic Pond (Private): Private Water Hawgs!
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