Virginia Lakes Fish Report for 10-8-2018
Good Numbers of Native Brookies Being Caught Lately
Virginia Lakes - Bridgeport, CA (Mono County)
by Jim Reid
The action has tapered off a little on the Virginias though there are some good numbers of native brookies being caught lately with some of them tipping the tape over 12 inches. Bait anglers are having success with crawlers and mice tails. Lure anglers are using Thomas bouyants and kastmasters. Fly anglers are using seal buggers, leech patterns, soft hackles and pheasant tails.
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Kens Sporting Goods Reportsfor Monday, October 8th
Walker River - East Fork (CA): East Fork Walker River Report
Sceirine Ranch: There Seems to be More Browns Becoming Active
Hunewill Pond: Sight Fishing is a Good Way to go out There Right Now
Bridgeport Reservoir: Several 4 to 6 Pounders Come in to get Weighed
Twin Lakes (Bridgeport): The Twins are Starting to Liven up a Bit
Casitas Marina Inc Reportsfor Monday, October 1st
: The Fishing has Been Pretty Good Overall
Sceirine Ranch: The Sceirine is Also Still Fishing Very Well
Hunewill Pond: 6 and 20 Fish Per Half Day.
Bridgeport Reservoir: Still Been Kicking Out Lots of Fish in the 2 to 6 Pound
Twin Lakes (Bridgeport): Fly Fishing From Tubes and Boats has Also Been Good.
Walker River - West Fork (CA): Fly Anglers are Still Using Dry/Dropper Rigs
Virginia Lakes: Virginia Lakes Fishing Report
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