Bridgeport Reservoir Fishing Report

Bridgeport Reservoir - Bridgeport, CA (Mono County)

Brown Trout
Bob White of Sonora, Ca with a nice 5 lb 9 oz brown from Bridgeport Reservoir on a crawler
Photo Credit: Courtesy of Kens Sporting Goods

by Kens Sporting Goods Staff

Like last week, the anglers on the reservoir have struggled a bit. There are still lots of nice fish being caught, some tipping the scales at 7+ pounds, it just doesn’t seem like the numbers are there like some years. Most anglers are reporting getting into 2 to 8 or 9 trout per day, mostly rainbows but there are still a few browns making a showing. There are also lots of nice perch being caught with angelrs reporting 10 to 30 of them per day, with the trout mixed in. Trolling still seems to be the best bet for success, there has been a few boats out there bait fishing off of Rainbow Point catching a few fish but the trolling is still producing better. Not too many fly anglers out there that we’ve heard from but considering the trolling is doing well I would think that trolling or stripping streamers should produce both trout and perch out there.

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