Bridgeport Reservoir Fish Report for 7-10-2009
Bridgeport Reservoir Fish Report
Bridgeport Reservoir - Bridgeport, CA (Mono County)
by Tom Loe
The conditions are great here this year and we are happy to see a "full pool" for a change. Reports here are mixed, but overall the fishing is way better currently than at the same time last year for sure. Fish the drop-off near Rainbow Pt. working the weed lines into Buckeye Bay and the Robinson Creek Channel. The Walker Channel is harder to locate but is also producing at times. Callibaetis and damsel flies are king right now and stripping a streamer is out fishing the still water nymph gang from what I hear. Some nice rainbows are showing in the channel. It has been getting very warm at the Bridge and early mornings are best. Take the heat of the day off- and if it is not blowing a gale head towards Buckeye when the west breeze picks up and hang those nymphs under an indicator in the channel. Drifters Killa baetis, PT's, broke backs, and damsels are all good choices right now.
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