Virginia Lakes Fish Report for 7-8-2018
The Virginias are Still Kicking Out Some Nice Fish!
Virginia Lakes - Bridgeport, CA (Mono County)
by Jim Reid
The Virginias are still kicking out some nice fish and some pretty good numbers! There’s still a few of those big Oregon fish swimming around up there and there were a couple in the 3 to 5 pound class caught this week. Bait anglers are using pinched crawlers, inflated crawlers and mice tails. Lure anglers are using mini jigs, roostertails, kastmasters and thomas bouyants. Fly anglers are using matukas, soft hackles, twin lakes specials, beetles and prince nymphs.
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Gilligan's Fly Service Reportsfor Sunday, July 8th
Walker River - East Fork (CA): Best Technique is Nymphing.
Sceirine Ranch: Nymphing has Been Holding Out Very Well!
Hunewill Pond: Dainty Damsel Nymphs Was the Bug of Choice!
Bridgeport Reservoir: Still Fishing Very Well Lately!
: Fly Fishing and Bait Fishing has Still Been Pretty Good!
Walker River - West Fork (CA): The West is Starting to Shape up Nicely!
Kens Sporting Goods Reportsfor Sunday, July 1st
Walker River - East Fork (CA): All the Sections Seem to be Holding Good Numbers of Fish!
Sceirine Ranch: Still Lots of Nice Browns in the 20+ inch Range!
Hunewill Pond: Much More Consistantly!
Bridgeport Reservoir: Bridgeport Fished Excellent this Past Week!
Twin Lakes (Bridgeport): The Fly Anglers are Doing the Best!
Walker River - West Fork (CA): Fishing is Still a Little Tough!
Virginia Lakes: Very Good Reports from the Virginias!
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