Flows have increased on the South Fork of Bishop Creek which has slowed fishing a tad

Bishop Creek - Bishop, CA (Inyo County)

by Jared Smith
(760) 873-4177

Flows have increased quite a bit this last week with South Lake near capacity. This is making some of the holes a little harder to fish than they've been for the last month or so. Still, plenty of fishable water out there and with a lot of kids going back to school next week, crowds are really going to lighten up. Crickets and worms reported to be doing very well in the stretch of creek below the Weir Pond, both Rainbows and some decent Browns to 11" reported.

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Parchers Resort Reports
for Sunday, August 14th, 2011
South Lake: Slow and Steady Is the Bite at South Lake
Bishop Creek: Bishop Creek has shown solid fishing
Weir Lake: Dry Fly action is hot at Weir Lake