Bridgeport Reservoir Fishing Report

Bridgeport Reservoir - Bridgeport, CA (Mono County)

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Ken's Sporting Goods

by Kens Sporting Goods Staff

The fishing on the Reservoir tapered off a little bit this week, also the wind kept a lot of anglers off the water. On the more non-windy days the fishing was still pretty good with a good number of 5 and 6 pounders caught as well as a bunch of fish in the 2 to 4 pound range. The fish haven’t moved all the way up into Buckeye Bay just yet and are still pretty active out in front of the Marina as well as off of Rainbow Point. Trolling has still been pretty good with Rapalas, night crawlers, Thomas bouyants, needlefish and speedy shiners. Bait anglers are having success with inflated crawlers, pinched crawlers, mice tails and power bait. We haven’t heard much from the fly anglers lately but stripping streamers is probably going to be a good bet right now.        

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