Trolling Has Been Excellent With Crawlers

Bridgeport Reservoir - Bridgeport, CA (Mono County)

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by Kens Sporting Goods Staff
5-19-2019
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Bridgeport has has some really good days and some more difficult days this week, on the good days, when the wind didn’t keep most of the anglers off the water, the trolling was excellent with crawlers, Thomas bouyants, needlefish and Rapalas, with fish up to 5+ pounds making a showing. For the bait anglers the fish seem to be moving around a bit with some days the Rainbow Point area doing the best and other days Buckeye Bay and the East Walker channel out in front of the marina are better. Once you find where the fish are hanging out you should be able to catch them with powerbait, pinched crawlers, inflated crawlers or mice tails. There has also been some decent action from the fly anglers stripping streamers like seal buggers, matukas and wooly buggers. 



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