Fishing remains good at Lake Sabrina, some good sized trout were caught this week

Lake Sabrina - Bishop, CA (Inyo County)

by Lake Sabrina Boat Landing Staff

Don't forget to pick up your license before hitting the Lake.

Watch out for the Deer - they are on the move!

We've got boats for rent and YES you can get to the DingleBerry Inlet, but maybe only for another week!

Even as the Lake continues to drop quickly, the wildlife continues to impress. Two bald eagles at the back of the Lake entertained the anglers fishing at the DingleBerry Inlet - skirmishing in the air high above their heads and then diving into the Lake for a snack - what awesome memories. And we can't forget about the bears in the canyon - yup, another visit from the "Yogi" imposter.

Fishing the DingleBerry Inlet with NightCrawlers, PowerBait, Salmon Eggs or Jigs. Trolling flashers and a NightCrawler or Thomas Buoyant or just trolling a NightCrawler (just don't forget the swivel or you'll be hatin' life). Shore fishing with NightCrawlers, Salmon Eggs or PowerBait. And drifting in the channels with just a NightCrawler is back in the picture this week. Got a good load of stockers from the Department of Fish and Game last Tuesday. They'll keep stocking as long as they can get to the water - not sure how much longer.

Alex Guerrero (age 13), pictured above of Placentia made is PaPa happy landing a 3-1/2 pounder on PowerBait while Fidl Mojica, Photo #1 of Bishop caught a 4 pounder also on PowerBait. Timm Mackert, Andrew Hunter and Jeff Hunter, Photo #2 combined their efforts and brought home 9-1/2 pounds of fish for their fish fry - all caught on NightCrawlers or Salmon Eggs. Troop 915 of Westchester dominated the DingleBerry Inlet on Saturday catching limit after limit - Scout Leader Ernie Bucher, Photo #3 of Hawthorne showed the boys how it was done bringing in a 3-1/4 pounder.

The massive amount of cement was poured on Tuesday - right on schedule - this is the actually road bed. The completion date for the bridge is the end of September.

Rain in the forecast for pretty much the entire week along with thunderboomers and lightening. This week's temps are expected to be in the low-50s for the lows and in the lower-70's for the highs. Best pack a poncho as the monsoonal weather returns. You can check NOAA's website at and enter ASPENDELL, CA on the site and it will give you a fairly good hint at the weather up at the Lake or check in with Howard at Also, check out NOAA's Facebook page - US National Weather Service Las Vegas Nevada - the Lake was pictured in one of their posting!

We are now open Sunday thru Saturday from 7:00am to 7:00pm - we serve Breakfast from 7:00am to 11:00am and Lunch from 11:00am to 4:00pm - Homemade Pie and Vanilla Ice Cream from 7:00am to 6:45pm.

IF YOU'RE TAKING A BOAT TO THE BACK OF THE LAKE AND PLAN ON GETTING OUT or HIKING INTO THE BACK COUNTRY - DON'T FORGET THE BUG JUICE - THEY ARE HORRID - Remember when using the bug juice and SANITIZER you need to really wash your hands before fishing - then rub some Salmon Egg juice, worm dirt or Anglers Bros Trout attractant to take that smell off. Also, remember your polarized dark glasses and sunscreen.

And, of course, we'll have HOMEMADE pie & ice cream, sodas, beer, wine, coffee, tea and hot cocoa!

Juanita, Rick, Patti, Bryan & Tommy

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