Bridgeport Fished Good This Week

Bridgeport Reservoir - Bridgeport, CA (Mono County)

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by Kens Sporting Goods Staff

The Reservoir fished pretty good this week but I wouldn’t say it’s as good as I’ve ever seen it. Folks that are getting out there and working it hard are getting into some nice fish but it’s anything but automatic. Of course some of the good reports we’ve had included rainbows up to 6+ pounds and there were quite a few browns show up this week with the largest one tipping the scale at 7.25 pounds. There are still a lot of nice 2+ pound perch being caught as well. Successful trollers have been using needlefish, Rapalas, crawlers and Thomas Bouyants. Successful bait anglers have been using pinched crawlers, mice tails, inflated night crawlers and power bait. We haven’t talked to anyone fly fishing lately. It seems as though the fish are still cruising all over the upper half of the lake and haven’t really concentrated in the channels or other pockets just yet, this is probably why it’s been a bit tougher than usual. At some point they should start to move up into the channels and hopefully the success rate will increase.

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