October is When The Browns Start Moving Down

Rush Creek - June Lake, CA (Mono County)


by Doug Busey
9-27-2019
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Folks are doing well with the CDFW stockers and some of those Oregons coming down out of Silver Lake mostly throwing night crawlers and salmon eggs. As mentioned Oct. is when we see the Browns move down from Silver and up from Grant. Generally the most success for the bigger ones is with Rapalas. My approach is to “Shoot and Scoot” with Thomas Bouyants and Panther Martins covering the entire length from lake to lake occasionally switching to a Rapala.


Good luck on your next fishing adventure. If you have a question or a report in our local fishing area, call the Naw line at 775-267-9722. If you have a photo of your catch, send it to nevada@fishreports.com. Hope to see you on the waters. Good fishin' and tight lines.


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