Bridgeport Reservoir Fish Report for 8-29-2018
Still Some Good Size Monsters Here!
Bridgeport Reservoir - Bridgeport, CA (Mono County)
by Tom Loe
Getting tougher here as the weeds fill in the channels and the water level drops, but there are still some good size monsters here to be had. You will find a mix of fish sizes now as most fish are seeking out the cooler water coming from the creeks. Assassins and Punk Perch hung under the indicators close to the weeds have been effective. Midges still working well over the mud bottoms. #14-16 Level Crystal Leeches, #14-16 Assassins Light, #14-16 Parallel Punk Perch, #12-18 Copper Tiger Midges, and Zebra midges have been great and effective patterns.
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Crowley Lake: Lake Level is Dropping at a Significant Pace!
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Owens River - Section 3 - Upper (above Crowley): Target the Deeper Pools and Riffle Water!
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Hot Creek: Some Rising Trout Through the Mornings.
Walker River - East Fork (CA): Fish Spread Out into the Deeper Sections.
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