Eastern Sierra Fishing Report

Crowley Lake - Mammoth Lakes, CA (Mono County)

by Doug Rodricks
(760) 935-4250

Here's your Eastern Sierra Fishing Report 7-12-23. Not a whole lot of change to report on for the past month, as Crowley Lake has still been the main game in town. It had its high and low days, but the fish are now starting to get into shallower water along the inlets. Most of the fish that have been caught have been good quality.
Hot Creek is running high but the water is clear and knowing where to place your fly can get you into fish. We just kicked off the start to the warmest days of the year around July 1st. Water levels are on the rise on Crowley and Bridgeport Reservoirs.
Lower Owens River is flowing at 550 cfs. Upper Owens is at 150 cfs with Hot Creek at 200 cfs.
The San Joaquin River is at an astounding 860 cfs and the East Walker is running at 930 cfs. Exercise caution when hanging around river and creek banks for the next month. We have our summer wear back in stock.
Give us a call or text at 760-935-4250 to book a trip this summer or email us at [email protected]
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