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Fishing Reports by Capt. Tom Loe


2013-01-28
8:46 AM

Fish'N Conditions Updated January 27th 2013 - The ice age appears to have ended and we are finally seeing some moderate temperatures returning to the Sierra. Some additional snowfall is forecast to hit the upper elevations with the Owens Valley receiving some much needed rain. The Upper O more...
Capt. Tom Loe - Eastern Sierras


2013-01-17
9:22 AM

Fish'N Conditions January 14th 2013 - The Upper Owens is the place to be for trophy rainbows on the fly. The winter of 2013 will be remembered by the string of days where the temps dip double digits below zero in the upper valleys. Winter is supposed to be cold around here, however this more...
Capt. Tom Loe - Eastern Sierras


2012-12-27
9:12 AM

Fish'N Conditions December 25th 2012-updated from 12-20-12 - An abrupt change in the weather pattern over the Sierra has altered the complexion of all the year around trout fisheries in the region. The polar air mass that has settled in has morning low temps dipping below zero or in single digits along the Ow more...
Capt. Tom Loe - Eastern Sierras


2012-12-08
9:42 AM

Fish'N Conditions December 6th 2012 - The Upper Owens is starting to gel with trophy sized rainbows migrating up from Crowley Lake. The drought is over- and in more than one way people. A series of moisture laden Pacific storms brought a bunch of snow to the ski areas of the Sierr more...
Capt. Tom Loe - Eastern Sierras


2012-11-22
10:04 AM

Fish'N Conditions November 13th 2012 - Fish'N Conditions November 13th 2012 The Lower Owens River is in prime fly fishing shape with excellent dry fly and streamer opportunities. The Sierra is experiencing more seasonal weather conditions as we approach the Thanksgiving holiday. Nor more...
Capt. Tom Loe - Eastern Sierras


2012-11-08
9:01 AM

Fish'N Conditions November 1st, 2012 - Fish'N Conditions November 1st, 2012 Fly fishing for trout this fall has been good on the Owens Rivers. The High Sierra near Mammoth Lakes & Bishop CA. is experiencing fantastic weather combined with beautiful scenery. We are enjoying another more...
Capt. Tom Loe - Eastern Sierras


2012-10-25
8:35 AM

Fish'N Conditions October 22nd 2012 - Fish'N Conditions October 22nd 2012 We got snow! The first significant winter storm has blanketed the Sierra with a solid coating of fresh snow. Combine this with the fall colors and you have a surreal landscape that you will not soon forget. I more...
Capt. Tom Loe - Eastern Sierras


2012-09-20
8:59 AM

Fish'N Conditions September 16th 2012 - Dry fly fishing for wild trout on the San Joaquin has been great, nymphing the Upper Owens, guided drift boating the Lower Owens and tubing Crowley Lake also very productive for fly fishers here in the Sierra. Fish'N Conditions September 16th 201 more...
Capt. Tom Loe - Eastern Sierras


2012-08-30
8:42 AM

Fish'N Conditions August 29th 2012 - Fish'N Conditions August 29th 2012 The Upper Owens is fishing great right now and we are seeing some trophy brown trout here. Upper Owens River Conditions are good on the Upper Owens with some trophy browns already migrating upstream from C more...
Capt. Tom Loe - Eastern Sierras


2012-08-02
8:08 AM

August 1st Fish'N Conditions - Crowley Lake Many fly fishers prefer moving water and the sight of a trout rising to engulf a winged adult. Some may not prefer fishing with nymphs below an Under-cator, however-You really need to fly fish here this summer! Period. It is very, ve more...
Capt. Tom Loe - Eastern Sierras

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