Flows on the Downward Trend!

Owens River - Middle - Bishop, CA (Inyo County)


by Tom Loe
6-1-2018
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Flows here now at 292 cfs. Bishop Creek adding more water below Line St. Flows are on a downward trend and this should improve the bite here. A few fish being caught, but been tough for the most part down this way. Caddis are showing in the afternoons and small baitfish patterns like Spruce-a-bu’s and Loebergs will get grabs fished on a sink tip line from the larger resident trout. Fish the riffles when the bugs are coming off and the fish are observed rising.


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