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Old 10-17-2010, 12:14 PM  
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When I was a kid we used to fish in the Sierra Nevada's, (i can't remember the names of the lakes) above Bishop and in the Owen's River; that was great trout fishing and was also a really beautiful area.
You have Mammoth Lakes, Convict Lake, Rock Creek Lake, June Lake, Hearts Lake, Lake Tahoe, Honey Lake, Mono Lake, Pyramid Lake, Owens Lake to name a few. There are many smaller lakes when you get in there deep.
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Old 10-22-2010, 11:56 AM  
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You have Mammoth Lakes, Convict Lake, Rock Creek Lake, June Lake, Hearts Lake, Lake Tahoe, Honey Lake, Mono Lake, Pyramid Lake, Owens Lake to name a few. There are many smaller lakes when you get in there deep.
And some of those smaller lakes have great fishing.
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Old 10-23-2010, 02:25 AM  
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Up in the mammoth area (basically from whitney portal / bishop up through like bridgeport) there are tons of lakes - especially if you dont mind hiking a bit. --- the only downside to this area is that its still at least 3 or 4 + hours from LA area of southern cali -- doesnt seem to be nearly as many lakes to fish further south in cali.
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Old 10-23-2010, 09:00 AM  
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Up in the mammoth area (basically from whitney portal / bishop up through like bridgeport) there are tons of lakes - especially if you dont mind hiking a bit. --- the only downside to this area is that its still at least 3 or 4 + hours from LA area of southern cali -- doesnt seem to be nearly as many lakes to fish further south in cali.
I'm surprised you didn't mention the 4 lakes just up the street from your house! Great fishing until you get caught!
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Old 12-28-2010, 07:30 PM  
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Kern River is always great. Raindbow trout is your primary goal there. There are other fish, and I have had a knack for catching at least one sacramento sucker each trip.
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Old 12-28-2010, 07:48 PM  
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Id have to go with Bishop on trout fishing, the north fork up there is the best trout fishing in all of Southern California IMO. Its the one place I can take all my kids and I know they will get there limit before they get board...lol
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