The Trolling has Been the Best with Anglers!

Bridgeport Reservoir - Bridgeport, CA (Mono County)

by Jim Reid

The shore fishing on Bridgeport has slowed up a bit but the boat anglers are still doing great. The trolling has been the best with anglers reporting lots of fish up to around 7 pounds, both rainbows and a few browns showing up. Rapalas, speedy shiners, thomas bouyants and crawlers have all been doing well on the troll. Bait anglers are using pinched crawlers, inflated crawlers, mice tails and power bait and having some success though not quite as much as the trollers. From the shore they are still picking up a few fish but not as many as they were a few weeks ago, try pinched crawlers, mice tails and inflated crawlers for the best odds.

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