Kokanee Are Starting to Stage to Spawn Near Inlets

Twin Lakes (Bridgeport) - Bridgeport, CA (Mono County)

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by Kens Sporting Goods Staff
9-8-2019
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The Twins are also still a little bit hit and miss but some anglers are reporting some really good days with some fish also going nearly 6 pounds. The best reports we’ve received have come from fly anglers fishing sinking lines and stripping streamers like seal buggers, mini leeches  and soft hackles. I was told yesterday that the kokanee are starting to stage to spawn near the inlets, this typically will bring trout into the neighborhood for some easy meals. There have been some good fish trolling Thomas Bouyants and Rapalas as well as some fish being caught with powerbait, mice tails, inflated crawlers and pinched crawlers. As with the other waters in the area, as the temps drop the fishing should just keep getting better.  



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