Updated:
April 29, 2018

June LakeĀ Area

REPORT AS OF 4/20/2018

Weather Report

Don't forget your water bottles and sunscreen as you hit the lakes, rivers and creeks. The water's reflection seems to like to help the sun in its constant attempts to turn us all bright red and leave us sadly remembering the trip. If you are fishing from a boat, don't forget the life jackets for the kids!

June Lake Loop

The expectations are high for The Opener and early season. All lakes are ice free as of a couple weeks ago. June and Grant Lakes did not ice over this winter which means top water temps are a few degrees above the usual, resulting in more active fish for this time of year. Already seeing trout surface feeding during the warmer, calmer periods. Should be lots of holdovers lurking in all waters after last season's late plants by the state and additional stocks of "Oregon Rainbows" brought in by Mono Co. and the local marinas. Along with the resident "Wild" trout, they have Rainbows, Browns, and Cutthroats all typically caught during the Opener and throughout the season. All types of fishing are available including shore, boat, tubes and kayaks, fly fishing, etc. Since Grant and June Lakes are not full to capacity, virtually the entire shoreline is accessible. Rush Creek is flowing well and is fully accessible. Lower elevation local hike-in lakes and creeks are reachable. Higher elevations may still be snowbound. The great thing about The Loop is all methods work somewhere all the time. Still fishing with dough baits, crawlers, or eggs. Chucking or trolling lures and jigs. Tossing some flies in Rush Creek or from tubes in the lakes.

 
 
 
 
 
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