Bridgeport Fish Report

Bridgeport Reservoir - Bridgeport, CA (Mono County)

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Kens Sporting Goods

by Kens Sporting Goods Staff

The Reservoir livened up a bit again this week, the weather has been cooperating so anglers have been able to spend a lot of time on the water lately. We’ve had several fish up to nearly 9 pounds come in on both bait fishing and trolling. The trollers are using night crawlers, Thomas bouyants, Rapalas, speedy shiners and needlefish while the bait anglers are using power bait, pinched crawlers, mice tails and inflated crawlers. The best areas still seem to be in the East Walker channel out from the marina and off of Rainbow Point, as the water warms up with the nicer weather we’ve been having I’d expect fish to start moving into Buckeye Bay so it should start getting better up there. We didn’t get any fly fishing reports from the Reservoir this week but there should be some decent action in these same areas stripping streamers and once there are some fish moving back into Buckeye Bay there should be some good opportunity for some stillwater nymphing.

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Matthew Seymour with a 4 lb BFEF tagged rainbow from Robinson Creek, caught on a Thomas Bouyan. ...... Read More