Anglers Doing Best with Inflated Crawlers

Bridgeport Reservoir - Bridgeport, CA (Mono County)

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Ken's Sporting Goods

by Kens Sporting Goods Staff
9-8-2019
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The Reservoir was a little hit and miss this week with some anglers reporting some decent numbers of fish up to nearly 6 pounds while other anglers struggled to get more than just a few fish each day. There are still a few perch being caught on the troll while most of the rainbows are being caught up in the channels in Buckeye Bay and off of Rainbow Point in a little deeper water. Bait anglers did the best with inflated crawlers and garlic power bait while the trolling seemed to be the best with small Rapalas and night crawlers.  



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