Fishing Report May 20, 2019
Winter weather has come back to the Eastern
Sierra's this week.
The lows have been in the upper 20's and low 30's
Highs in the 40's - 50's, with some strong
winds. Believe it or
not, even with the poor conditions, the fish are
Although, it may take a while for them to start up
in the mornings.
The fish are still spread out all over the North
Springs seems to be holding the biggest
concentration of fish.
These fish have moved out a bit deeper with the
temps, anywhere from 14 to 19 feet, with the bigger
fish out deep.
So, you will need some kind of deep water indicator
to get down to
them. The best flies continue to be the Albino
on the bottom, and
a gray Shaft, or Superfly on top. When you
start seeing some bugs
hatch around 10:00 am, switch that bottom fly to
gray. Most of the
usual spring time spots have been holding fish,
Sandy Point, 6-Bays,
and Green Banks. Remember, on these cold
mornings, there is no need
to get out early, I've been sleeping in, and
starting around 8:00 am.