Virginia Lakes Fish Report for 9-17-2018
Fly Anglers Slow Stripping Squirmy Wormy’s and Killing It!
Virginia Lakes - Bridgeport, CA (Mono County)
by Jim Reid
The Virginias are doing the best for anglers who are able to get away from the shore a little bit with tubes or kayaks, the shore anglers are getting into some fish but not quite as many as the tubers. Pinched crawlers, night crawlers and mice tails are all doing well, fly anglers are doing well with streamers like matukas and seal buggers with soft hackle droppers. We also had a couple reports of fly anglers slow stripping squirmy wormy’s and killing it! Lure anglers should have some success throwing kastmasters and thomas bouyants in the mornings and evenings.
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