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Fishing Reports by Capt. Tom Loe


2012-07-12
10:47 PM

Fish'n Conditions July 11, 2012 - Fish'N Conditions July 11th 2012 Howdy friends. The heat is on! The Eastern Sierra has been cooking with near record temperatures and very dry conditions most of July. Zero T-storm activity, although an increasing chance of afternoon thundersto more...
Capt. Tom Loe - Eastern Sierras


2012-07-05
9:24 AM

July 4th Fish'n Conditions - Howdy friends. Hope you are all having a great start to summer and get a chance to come and visit us soon. Excellent fly fishing conditions can be found in most areas due to the mild run-off and seasonal weather. The alpine lakes and freestone cre more...
Capt. Tom Loe - Eastern Sierras


2012-06-17
9:17 AM

June 16th Fish'N Conditions - June 16th Fish'N Conditions Sierra Drifters Guide Service Crowley Lake The algae cometh. Conditions have taken a turn for the worse on Crowley as the seasonal spring turnover has begun. Locating areas that hold fish and have clean water is diff more...
Capt. Tom Loe - Eastern Sierras


2012-06-02
9:41 AM

Fish'N Conditions May 27th 2012 - Fish'N Conditions May 27th 2012 Howdy friends and Sierra Drifters. The opening month of the 2012 season is turning out to be as expected-great! The catching has been good in many areas with the only negative being a seemingly endless string of more...
Capt. Tom Loe - Eastern Sierras


2012-05-06
10:02 AM

May 5, 2012 Sierra Trout Season Opener Report - And so it begins. The 2012 Sierra trout season is up and running. By most accounts it was one of the better openers in recent years with very mild summer like conditions for the weekend. Access to open waters was excellent, and the DFG dumped plen more...
Capt. Tom Loe - Eastern Sierras


2012-04-17
10:39 AM

April 16, 2012 Fish'N Conditions - April 16, 2012 Fish'N Conditions Howdy friends and Sierra Drifters. A string of late spring storms dashed through the region bringing significant snow to the upper elevations and strong gusty winds with cooler air temps. The extended forecast more...
Capt. Tom Loe - Eastern Sierras


2012-04-05
11:03 AM

Fish'N Conditions Update - March 30, 2012 - Fish'N Conditions Update - March 30, 2012 Howdy friends and Sierra Drifters. It has been fun while it lasted, however I have to report that the Lower Owens River is going to be on the rise. Conditions have changed as of 3-30-12 and flows are cur more...
Capt. Tom Loe - Eastern Sierras


2012-03-14
11:03 PM

New fish'n conditions March 14th 2012 - Howdy Friends and Sierra Drifters, We just posted an updated fish report for the Eastern Sierra waters with new pictures. I am also pleased to announce that we have created a modern website that will be user friendly and easier to view. Lots of more...
Capt. Tom Loe - Eastern Sierras


2012-02-21
5:48 PM

Winter Fish'N Conditions 2012 - Howdy friends and Sierra Drifters. Best fishes to all for the late winter Fish'N Conditions from the Eastern High Sierra. I have plenty to report for this update beginning with the continued mild and dry winter weather pattern that appears to have more...
Capt. Tom Loe - Eastern Sierras


2012-02-02
9:16 AM

February 2012 Fish'n Conditions - Howdy friends and Sierra Drifters. We finally got a shot of winter at the end of January and it was much welcomed as the Sierra snowpack is at alarmingly low levels. This winter continues to be in sharp contrast to what we saw last season and if yo more...
Capt. Tom Loe - Eastern Sierras

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