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Fly Fishing Report – Eastern Sierras – September 1st, 2018

01 Sep 2018 / in Fishing Report

Hello Fellow Anglers, Well the hot temperatures for most of the summer have moderated to more seasonal norms for this time of year! I’m sure after all the information is compiled, it will be another record breaking summer for temperatures throughout the West. The cool down comes just in time for the holiday weekend. The […]

Fly Fishing Report – Eastern Sierras – July 10th, 2018

Catching Trout
10 Jul 2018 / in Fishing Report

Hello Fellow Anglers, Summer is here and the outlook for the next 7-10 day looks warm, with an increasing chance for thunderstorm activity in the afternoons and early evening. You may want to carry your rain gear or get your activities done in the morning. Be prepared. At this point, the forecast is only calling […]

Fly Fishing Report – Eastern Sierras – June 1st, 2018

01 Jun 2018 / in Fishing Report

Hello Fellow Anglers, Hopefully by the weekend we will return to a more stable weather pattern with less wind and less precipitation. The past ten days have been rather cool, rainy and windy. The snowpack is confined to areas above 9000 ft. and higher on the northeast slopes. Overall snowpack for the season fell just […]

Fly Fishing Report – Eastern Sierras – May 9th, 2018

May Fly Fishing Mammoth Lakes
09 May 2018 / in Fishing Report

Hello Fellow Anglers, Well the first real heat wave has settled over the west with most locations in the area running 10-15 degrees above normal. Snow is still possible well into May and June, but nothing right now on the horizon or in the 7-day forecast. The Snowpack is confined to areas above 9000 ft. […]

Fly Fishing Report – Eastern Sierras – July 21st, 2017

21 Jul 2017 / in Fishing Report

Hello Fellow Anglers, Good news on the runoff and fishing front. Reds Meadow & Devil’s Postpile will open this Friday at 8am. Road repairs have been completed; The road was damaged by the huge runoff and winter rains. The historic runoff of 2017 is finally starting to wane! Temperature forecast for this week to be […]

Fly Fishing Report – Eastern Sierras – June 1st, 2017

Butterfly
01 Jun 2017 / in Fishing Report

Hello Fellow Anglers, Three weeks until summer officially arrives and the longest day of the year! The local weather looks like it will cool off a little this week with an outside chance of some afternoon clouds over the crest of the Sierras and possibly a slight chance of a stray showers. Temperatures are forecast […]

Fly Fishing Report – Eastern Sierras – May 10th, 2017

Mammoth Lakes Fly Fishing Brown Trout
10 May 2017 / in Fishing Report

Hello Fellow Anglers, After a couple of warm days we had quite the cool down as we move into the second week of May. Expect more of the same for the next few weeks with systems brushing by the area. Snow is still possible well into May and June, especially in a winter/spring like this. […]

Fly Fishing Report – Eastern Sierras – February 13th, 2017

13 Feb 2017 / in Fishing Report

Hello Fellow Anglers, Well the last month has been one for the record books “Januburied”. Snow pack is at or above 200% some area’s in the Eastern Sierra’s exceeding 300% and more is falling currently and forecast! Current precipitation is at historic levels for this time of year. Over 390” of snow has fallen at […]

Fly Fishing Report – Eastern Sierras – December 21st, 2016

Fishing Report Update
21 Dec 2016 / in Fishing Report

Happy Holidays Fellow Anglers, Today marks the first day of winter and Mother Nature is starting to change her tune and the resent series of storms have improved the water situation for many parts of central and northern California. Here in our region the important snow pack has increased to near normal levels for this […]

Fly Fishing Report – Eastern Sierras – November 21st, 2016

21 Nov 2016 / in Fishing Report

Hello fellow anglers, Well this fall has been one for the record books regarding precipitation and temperatures. The crest of the sierra’s around the Mammoth lakes vicinity received more than 12 inches of rain in the month of October unfortunately it was too warm to snow by about 5 degrees but still the moisture was […]