Sierras Trout Opener

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  1. cappo5150

    cappo5150 Well-Known Member

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    Anyone going up north for the Trout Opener? I've only been up to the sierras once. I'm going to try to make it but don't know where to go LOL
     
  2. Joey805

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    I'd head up to the June Lake loop if I were you. Maybe start at Gull Lake and work your way around the loop from there, it's gorgeous and GREAT fishing.

    I plan on making it up there this year, but probably not for the opener.
     
  3. creekster

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    Been a few years since i made it to a opener. I use to hit crowley and some of its tributaries.
    I dont go anymore, I turned into a wuss:D too cold.

    If i were to go it would be to the Bishop area, pleasant valley reservoir and the creeks around that area....

    Good luck Cappo!!!
     
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    cappo5150 Well-Known Member

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    I've been up to June lake before, thats where i fell back in love with fishing. I had plans to hit the lower owens this weekend and PVR but the dam weather changed. Im a wuss too Danny.
     
  5. bajabuzz

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    Alot will depend on weather and if lakes are frozen over. Big storm right now in the Sierras. About 30" of snow in the last 2 days above 7,000' with more on the way.
    The Bishop area or June Lake loop are both good bets.
    Read the signs very carefully if fishing some areas are open and some are closed.
     

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