The shore fishing seems to be better than the boat fishing lately

Bridgeport Reservoir - Bridgeport, CA (Mono County)

by Nevada Department of Wildlife

Bridgeport is still producing some fish here and there, there hasn’t been too many anglers fishing it but the ones who are are having some limited success. The shore fishing seems to be better than the boat fishing lately with some nice 4 and 5 pounders coming in from anglers fishing power bait, crawlers and mice tails. We did talk to a couple anglers who were trolling yesterday and caught 6 or 8 fish but they were all fairly small. The water is still off color due to the snow run-off. The level of the lake is starting to rise with the increase in the snow run-off, I think it’s come up several feet in just the last few days. Hopefully it will continue to rise and be more than half full within the next couple weeks.

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Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Wednesday, May 10th, 2023
Adams-McGill Reservoir: Adams-McGill Reservoir Report
Haymeadow Reservoir: Haymeadow Reservoir Report
Echo Canyon Reservoir: Echo Canyon Events Gong On This Weekend
Sunset Park Pond: Sunset Park Report
Beatty Pond: NDOW surveyed the pond last week and found trout, bass, and bluegill
Eagle Valley Reservoir: Remains Closed du to recent flood activity
Dacey Reservoir: Dacey Reservoir Report
Lake Mead: Government Wash is a striper hotspot
Colorado River - Laughlin: Big Bend has been productive for anglers
Lake Mohave: With increasing water temperatures, black bass are becoming more active
Jarbidge River - West Fork: High Flows