Virginia Lakes Fish Report

Virginia Lakes - Bridgeport, CA (Mono County)


by Carolyn Webb
5-16-2009
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The weather has been anything but bad this past week, making ice fishing a bad idea. Little Virginia has about 60% ice which is rotten but the open water is producing well. Big Virginia is not thawing as fast but should be ice free depending on the weather in about 8 days. Trumbull Lake is ice free.

Worms, according to Webster, any numerous slender soft-bodied, legless, bilaterally symmetrical inverterbrates. Trout only see food, we see a method to entice wary trout into eating something that we present in a most sensual way as to make trout believe it is food.

Nike & Matt of La Puente didn't have much trouble finding trout at Little Virginia using, what else, worms. Cloud cover give the trout a sense of security, so wait till those clouds roll by and toss your worm. See you on the water. Carolyn

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