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Fly Fishing Report Eastern Sierras – May 3rd, 2016
03 May 2016 / in Fishing Report

Hello Fellow Anglers, The weather outlook is calling for increasing chances of rain or snow depending on what elevation you are located. If you are planning a fishing trip, keep an eye on the forecast and be prepared for winter conditions over the next 5 days as the weather can change rapidly. Chains, a shovel […]

Fly Fishing Report Mammoth Lakes, Crowley – November 27th, 2015

27 Nov 2015 / in Fishing Report

Happy Holidays Hello fellow anglers, Well the Eastern Sierras are receiving snow on regular bases and more precipitations is predicted in the coming week. We are looking much better than the last three seasons. Still a long way to go before anyone can declare the drought is over. The weather pattern is looking much more […]

Fly Fishing Report Mammoth Lakes – August 21st, 2015

23 Aug 2015 / in Fishing Report

Hello fellow anglers, The summer season is flying by only a month away and it will be fall. There are plenty of great fishing opportunities in the Eastern Sierras both in Inyo and Mono county area’s contrary to many people’s belief as California has received plenty of bad press regarding the drought with daily pictures […]

California Fly Fisher – The Mcgee Bay Phenomonom

25 May 2015 / in Featured Articles

Featured Snippet from “California Fly Fisher” Magazine (pg. 49) on “the Mcgee Bay Phenomonom” “In the late 1990s, local Guides Harry Blackburn and Mike Peters “stumbled into the McGee Bay phenomenom.” Blackburn said. They’d walk down the mouth of the creek in McGee Bay, where hundreds of trout were stacking up, actively feeding they could […]

Mammoth Lakes Fly Fishing Report – May 2015

25 May 2015 / in Fishing Report

Welcome Fly Fishing Enthusiast, The weather has been unsettled over the last 2 weeks and will remain that way leading in to the Holiday weekend with below normal temps and chance for precipitation over the next 7 days. The recent storms providing some much need relief from the dry winter. Talk is out there that […]