Virginia Lakes Fishing Report

Virginia Lakes - Bridgeport, CA (Mono County)


by Jim Reid
10-14-2018
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The Virginias have had a tough go this past week with most of the anglers we’ve talked to reporting only 1 or two fish being caught.  We still think that like the Twins the switch should turn back on any day with the water temps dropping.  We are looking forward to getting some great reports from up there as the water cools.  For now bait anglers should try pinched crawlers, mice tails and inflated crawlers. Lure anglers can go with Thomas bouyants and kastmasters. Fly anglers should try matukas, leech patterns, wooly buggers and soft hackles. 



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Kens Sporting Goods Reports
for Sunday, October 14th

Walker River - East Fork (CA): Reports from Anglers Getting into 6 or 8 Fish a Day
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for Monday, October 8th

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