Changes taking hold in June Loop

June Lake Loop - June Lake, CA (Mono County)


by Nor Cal Fish Reports
10-21-2015

Water is turning cold and the bite has been slow. Fish are very deep, hunkering down near the bottom. June Lake Marina (760) 648-7726; Gull Lake Marina (760) 648-7539; The fishing on Silver Lake has seen some really good action lately despite the drastic changes in temperature over the past few weeks. We have started to see some really good action near the surface of the lake mostly early in the mornings when its much cooler. Both shore and boat fishing has stayed consistent lately with some gorgeous larger Rainbows and an occasional Brown showing up. Anglers have seen the best results near the surface with a larger streamer fly like a Black or Green Wooly Worm Fly or a Rainbow Hornberg. Once the sun hits the water anglers are seeing good results back down near the bottom of the lake using Mice Tails, Berkley Garlic Pinch Crawlers and Dough Baits with some Garlic Flavor in them. The ever consistent Thomas Buoyant Gold/Red also continues to see some good action. Silver Lake (760) 648-7525


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