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California Fishing Reports

California Fishing Reports by Location:

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Eastern Sierras (234)

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Sacramento River (12)

 

California Fishing Reports


2015-06-04
12:14 PM

Shad are everywhere! - If you like shad fishing they are in every river from the Sacramento to all of the tributaries. Light gear and all the usual jigs are working. more...
Capt. David Mierkey - Sacramento River


2015-04-11
2:36 PM

A Fish Report for 4/8/15 - Fly fishing the year around waters of the Upper and Middle Owens Rivers, Pleasant Valley Reservoir, & Hot Creek, located near Mammoth and Bishop Ca. will give you opportunities to catch trophy rainbows and browns while being guided by expert fly fish more...
Capt. Tom Loe - Eastern Sierras


2015-03-26
7:02 PM

A Fish Report for 3/25/15 - Fly fishing the year around waters of the Upper and Middle Owens Rivers, Pleasant Valley Reservoir, & Hot Creek, located near Mammoth and Bishop Ca. will give you opportunities to catch trophy rainbows and browns while being guided by expert fly fish more...
Capt. Tom Loe - Eastern Sierras


2015-03-12
3:07 PM

Quick look fish report 3/11/15 - We got nothing from this last storm. Record highs forecast for Bishop this weekend. Upper Owens gets a little rest for a couple days, the bigs will come out and play! Middle Owens the place to be for dry fly action. Caddis & baetis adults on the me more...
Capt. Tom Loe - Eastern Sierras


2015-02-26
7:40 PM

Fish Report 2/25/15 - North wind made presentations tough again today. Warmer temps predicted before the storm this weekend. Upper Owens fished well before the wind, bigs hit before noon. No snow here at all. Middle Owens back on the bite while drifting. Spring caddis ha more...
Capt. Tom Loe - Eastern Sierras


2015-02-15
1:19 PM

Quick look fish report 2/13/15 - Middle Owens is really fishing well on drift trips, flows holding at 76cfs. Trout keying on the BWO hatch. Upper Owens hot/cold respective to angling pressure. Spring rainbow migration is on. Hot Creek picking up nicely with increased flows and warme more...
Capt. Tom Loe - Eastern Sierras


2015-02-01
12:21 PM

A Fish Report for 2/1/15 - Fly fishing the year around waters of the Upper and Middle Owens Rivers, Pleasant Valley Reservoir, & Hot Creek, located near Mammoth and Bishop Ca. will give you opportunities to catch trophy rainbows and browns while being guided by expert fly fish more...
Capt. Tom Loe - Eastern Sierras


2015-01-22
12:05 PM

Quick look fish report 1/22/15 - Cooler air temps this week; no snow in the ten day forecast. Flows on the Middle Owens back to 75cfs. below the dam at Pleasant Valley. Drift boat fishing has been very good below the confluence of Bishop Creek. Access & wading the wild trout section more...
Capt. Tom Loe - Eastern Sierras


2015-01-11
2:12 PM

A Fish Report for 1/11/15 - Fly fishing the year around waters of the Upper and Middle Owens Rivers, Pleasant Valley Reservoir, & Hot Creek, located near Mammoth and Bishop Ca. will give you opportunities to catch trophy rainbows and browns while being guided by expert fly fish more...
Capt. Tom Loe - Eastern Sierras


2015-01-03
12:16 PM

A Fish Report for 1/2/15 - Fly fishing the year around waters of the Upper and Middle Owens Rivers, Pleasant Valley Reservoir, Hot Creek, & the East Walker River located near Mammoth and Bishop Ca. will give you opportunities to catch trophy rainbows and browns while being gui more...
Capt. Tom Loe - Eastern Sierras

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