Bridgeport Reservoir Fish Report

Bridgeport Reservoir - Bridgeport, CA (Mono County)

by Jim Reid

Bridgeport is still fishing excellent, mostly from boats but we have been getting a few reports of some fish being caught from the shore, both near Paradise Shores as well as down near the dam. This would indicate that with the cooler water the fish are starting to spread out again which should be good for both the shore fishing and the trolling. We’ve also had some reports of some nice fish being caught in the East Walker channel but mostly still up in the Buckeye Bay channels. As the fish spread out the Rainbow Point area should start getting good too. Bait anglers are using power bait, pinched crawlers, mice tails and inflated crawlers. Lure anglers are using speedy shiners, thomas bouyants and rapalas. There has been a few good reports from fly anglers both stripping streamers and stillwater nymphing, try seal buggers, simi seal leeches and mini leeches as well as soft hackles, ice cream cones and rojo midges. 


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