Lake Sabrina Fishing Report

Lake Sabrina - Bishop, CA (Inyo County)

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Lake Sabrina Boat Landing Staff

by Lake Sabrina Boat Landing Staff


And we’re spilling.  We’ve got a plumb full Lake – not a whole lot of shore fishing at the moment, but the Lake sure does look pretty! Still a large number of people enjoying the days of Summer – hard to believe only 2 weeks till the Tri-County Labor Day Fair. Wow – did the Summer got by fast or what.

 Not sure what it was this week again, the catching part of fishing was still on the slow side. Due to electrical pole replacement, the DFW stock truck was not able to get up to the Lake this past week, good thing we got the Wright’s Rainbows from Idaho last week. There are still fish to be had at the Inlets (ALL 3 OF THEM) and over by the spillway. Looks like NightCrawlers, Garlic Pinched Worms, MiceTails and PowerBait was what was being used to bring in those fish.

We did have a few big fish come out, Jeremiah Labbee nailed a 3-1/2 pounder with a Panther Martin. James Tucker landed a 4 3/8 beaut with a Thomas Buoyant. Jesus Diaz with the help of his wife Sylvia wielding the net caught a 4 pounder also using a Thomas Buoyant. ‘Persistence paid off’ is Ian Weeks new motto – after throwing everything in his tackle box at the fish he could see, it was a Purple Trout Trap that brought in a 3 pounder and 4-1/4 pounder. An Orange PowerWorm lured in Rocky Sheng’s 3-1/2 Rainbow. Camille Lopez’s smile says it all – ‘I caught a 3-1/2 pounder using a NightCrawler’! Mark Newman brought in a 4-3/4 pound Rainbow dinner also using a NightCrawler. Mark Delmarter also used a NightCrawler to bring in a 2-3/4 pounder.

 With a lot of the schools back in session, now’s the time for you empty nesters.

 It’s a pet peeve of mine that if you catch a big fish or a limit just to have your picture taken for the webpage and then try and give your fish away – we won’t post your picture, but then again we may post it as ‘WASTER OF A PERFECTLY GOOD FISH TO EAT’! Crimp down your barbs, take a picture on the boat and release it for another day.

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