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Closing Day of Fishing Season in Mono County

Sunday, November 15th is closing day for fishing season in Mono County. After this day, winter fishing regulations will be in effect. There are still great spots for year-round catch and release fishing with barbless artificial flies and lures only. Check out the following for year-round catch and release fishing:

  • East Walker River
  • West Walker River
  • Hot Creek
  • Upper Owens River

Be sure to get your final fishing moments in before this Sunday other wise check out the above places for great catch and release fishing.

Visit the official Mono County website for a complete list of rules and regulation and happy fishing!

 

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Mammoth Village Properties
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Mono County Free Fishing Day

September 5th is free fishing day in Mono County! This is only one of two days out of the year that you can fish without a sport fishing license. Free Fishing Days provide a great, low-cost way to give fishing a try. While all fishing regulations, such as bag and size limits, gear restrictions, report card requirements, fishing hours and stream closures remain in effect, there are two days each year when anyone can fish without purchasing a fishing license.

Visit Mammoth Lakes official website for additional information. Get your gear together and get ready to fish!

 

Nancy Davidson
Mammoth Village Properties
760 937-2301 mobile
nancy@mammothcountry.com
www.MammothCountry.com
CA Broker’s License #01264041

Nancy Davidson is your ultimate real estate resource for Mammoth Lakes, CA and The Eastern Sierra. Visit my website for detailed information regarding today’s real estate markets.

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Closing Day of Fishing Season in Mono County

Just a reminder, today is the last day of open fishing in Mono County! At all other times of year, if you wish to fish in Mono County, there are several bodies of water where CATCH-AND-RELEASE ONLY is permitted year-round on public lands with barbless artificial flies and lures only. This includes: East Walker River, which begins out of Bridgeport Reservoir and heads out Hwy. 182; West Walker River, which parallels Highway 395 through Walker and Coleville, one mile north of the Highway 108 turnoff, to the Topaz Lake inlet; Hot Creek; east of Mammoth Lakes and ideal for all skill levels of fly fishing – Hot Creek is 0 take year round. (Barbless flies only, no lures or baits allowed.)

 

Nancy Davidson
Mammoth Village Properties
760 937-2301 mobile
nancy@mammothcountry.com
www.MammothCountry.com
CA Broker’s License #01264041

Nancy Davidson is your ultimate real estate resource for Mammoth Lakes, CA and The Eastern Sierra. Visit my website for detailed information regarding today’s real estate markets.

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Fred Hall Father’s Day Fishing Derby

Father’s Day is this Sunday, June 16th. Celebrate your dad with a day full of fishing and festivities at the Fred Hall Father’s Day Fishing Tournament. Fish in the Mammoth Lakes Basin, then weigh your catch at Rick’s Sports Center at 3241 Main Street in Mammoth Lakes for a chance at winning an awesome prize package! Take in the sights of the stunning Mammoth Lakes Basin while fishing the glacier-carved lakes Twin Lakes, Lake Mary, Lake Mamie, Lake George, or Horseshoe Lake.

For more information, please call Rick’s Sports Center at 760-934-3416.

Nancy Davidson
Mammoth Village Properties
760 937-2301 mobile
nancy@mammothcountry.com
www.MammothCountry.com
CA Broker’s License #01264041

Nancy Davidson is your ultimate real estate resource for Mammoth Lakes, CA and The Eastern Sierra. Visit my website for detailed information regarding today’s real estate markets.

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Opening Day of Fishing in Mono County

Opening day of fishing in Mono CountyCalling all fishermen and women, opening day for fishing in Mono County is this Saturday, April 27th. Did you know that Mono County invests over $150,000 annually to supplement trout stocking done by the California Department of Fish & Wildlife, private marinas, and resorts? Those odds sound enjoyable for fishermen of all ages!

Mono County is home to many lakes, streams, and rivers including Crowley LakeConvict LakeJune Lake, Gull Lake, Silver Lake, Grant LakeBridgeport Reservoir, Twin LakesEast Walker River and West Walker River. 

Visit the official Mono County website for additional information on opening day events, top fishing spots, license information, boat rentals, and more. It’s fishing season in Mono County! Get your rod and reel and let’s get fishing!



Nancy Davidson
Mammoth Village Properties
760 937-2301 mobile
nancy@mammothcountry.com
www.MammothCountry.com
CA Broker’s License #01264041

Nancy Davidson is your ultimate real estate resource for Mammoth Lakes, CA and The Eastern Sierra. Visit my website for detailed information regarding today’s real estate markets.

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31st Annual Kids Fishing Festival

31st Annual Kids Fishing FestivalDo you have a future fisherman or fisherwoman in the family? Then be sure to check out the 31st Annual Kids Fishing Festival this Saturday, July 28th from 8 AM to 1 PM at Snow Creek Ponds. This event is FREE for children 14 and under, and rods and reels are provided. Fisheries staff from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (DFW) will be available to lend a hand and teach children a little about California’s trout fisheries. Every child will receive their own California Fishing Passport and fish identification book. Catch a fish and get special passport stamps in your book! Fishing guides from the Eastern Sierra and Aguabonita FlyFishing Club in Ridgecrest will also be available to help and instruct. Aguabonita is catching the pond’s aquatic insects and bringing microscopes so the kids can learn about entomology and the food sources for trout. There will also be fly tying lessons so the kids can make a fly, put it on their rods, practice fly casting with our expert guides, and then catch a trout! Visit the official Kid Fish Fest website for directions and additional information. This is a family weekend in Mammoth not to be missed.

 

Nancy Davidson
Mammoth Village Properties
760 937-2301 mobile
800 421-7005 office
866 278-7765 efax
nancy@mammothcountry.com
www.MammothCountry.com
CA Broker’s License# 01264041

Nancy Davidson is your ultimate real estate resource for Mammoth Lakes, CA and The Eastern Sierra. Visit my website for detailed information regarding today’s real estate markets.

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Gull Lake Fish of the Month Derby

Gull Lake Fish of the Month DerbyThis weekend, don’t miss your chance to take place in the Gull Lake Fish of the Month Derby. Recurring weekly on Saturday until November 10th, get your chance to test your superior angling skills. Cash prizes are awarded for the biggest catch from Gull Lake every month of the fishing season! Entry fee is just $5. Plus, rent a boat from the marina and catch a fish over 3lbs., and you get to spin the Wheel of Prizes! For information call Gull Lake Marina at (760) 648-7539 or visit the official Gull Lake Website for boat rental prices and to reserve your boat today! Don’t miss your chance to take in the spectacular views from Gull Lake and win some cash and prizes along the way.

 

Nancy Davidson
Mammoth Village Properties
760 937-2301 mobile
800 421-7005 office
866 278-7765 efax
nancy@mammothcountry.com
www.MammothCountry.com
CA Broker’s License# 01264041

Nancy Davidson is your ultimate real estate resource for Mammoth Lakes, CA and The Eastern Sierra. Visit my website for detailed information regarding today’s real estate markets.

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