Trophy Trout Fishing Season on Crowley Lake

2007-10-03 11:55:52
Eastern Sierra, California - Freshwater Fishing Report
Crowley Lake

<p>Crowley Lake: Good

This looks to be another fine week here on Crowley as the fall colors are in full swing and this is one of your best times to be on the water to hook that big fish! The areas that I would concentrate on for this week would be Leighton Spring in 8-14 feet, Six Bays in 6-13 feet, McGee Bay in 7-11 feet, and Big Hilton in 6-13 feet. Suggested flies for this week are zebra midge larva pattern's in gray/black, black/red, olive/silver, and blood worms. Also, the willie's are starting to show as well as the D.F.G. has started their annual stocking program for next year's allotment of fish. Streamer fishing will also produce some nice specimens at this time of the year and I would suggest pulling a type 4-6 full sink line in order to patrol the zone where the big fish roam! Get out there and go fish!

Fish Species: Rainbow, Brown, Cutthroat
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