Eastern Sierra Fish Report
Updated May 11, 2021
BISHOP AREA—Roads to all lakes in Bishop Creek Basin now open.Water levels low at South Lake and Lake Sabrina and they have not been stocked yet. Best action at inlet to Lake Sabrina.South Fork and Middle Fork of Bishop Creek have been stocked and anglers are doing well with limits of smaller rainbows taking small lures and PowerBait. Flows on the Lower Owens River are up, but fishing for stocked trout has been good with traditional baits and lures.
CROWLEY, ROCK CREEK AND CONVICT LAKES—Crowley fish well and water is very clear. Traditional baits working well. Boat rentals and launching available. Convict Lake stocked and producing well. South Shore and Inlet the hot spots. Rock Creek Campgrounds and services still closed, but stream and lake are open to fishing.
MAMMOTH LAKES AREA—Roads into the basin are still closed but expected to open before Memorial Day weekend. Gate locked at Twin Lakes. Lakes are open and both lakes Mary and George fishing well. Best bet is to rent an electric bike to ride into the lake. Road to Red’s Meadow still closed with no opening date announced.
JUNE LAKE LOOP—No snow and all lakes open. June Lake producing some monster cutthroat. Gull good for trolling deeper water. Lots of limits and some bigger fish coming from Silver Lake. Grant hot for browns in the evening to 20 inches. Rush Creek closed until Saturday before Memorial Day.
BRIDGEPORT AREA— Bridgeport Reservoir wide open. Trolling lures and bait fishing from shore all producing now.The Twins are open and renting boats. Brown bite has been steady. Panther Martin and PowerBait working. Robinson Creek good for some larger browns.Virginia Lakes stocked and fishing well, but still some ice.