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FISHOUT: Crowley Lake

  • September 19, 2015
  • Mammoth Lakes Area
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  • Crowley Lake is known throughout the Western United States as being an incredible fishery that produces large, beautiful trout that will give you the fight of your life!

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Crowley Lake Fishout September 19th 

Come and Join our Guide Ernie Gullie for a day on the water fishing for big rainbow trout.

Dan Mendozza, the Fish Master for this event has set up a cabin on the lake for accomodations. 6 rods. 

We need a minimum of 3 rods to secure the event and can have as many as 9 rods for the day. Don't wait sign up now.

Cost per rod is $172. Bugs will be supplied by Ernie and the boats will support 3 rods ea. Lunch is not included.

Give Dan a call to discuss lodging  650 703-4674

Earnie's BIO

Ernie Gulley has spent most of his life in southern California. He started fishing with his father from the time he could walk. At age seven he moved to New Orleans, LA. and learned how to fish Lake Ponchatrain for speckled trout and other salt water species. He returned to southern California with a passion and love affair for fishing. He started fishing the stillwaters of the High Sierra including Crowley Lake and Bridgeport reservoir. He also fished many lakes in Utah, Idaho and Nevada. During this time he fished exclusively with “Noodle Sticks” which are (IFGA) rated two pound class ultra light rods. His hunt for big fish on light lines had begun. In 1998 he became intrigued with fly fishing and purchased his first fly rod. He fell in love with fly fishing and has never looked back. In 2007, he won the “Double Hall in the Fall” tournament at Crowley Lake. In 2008 and 2009, he placed second in the “Stillwater Classic” in the team category. He currently guides stillwaters in the Eastern Sierra, including Crowley Lake and Bridgeport Reservoir, and in Southern California, Big Bear Lake and Silverwood Lake. Fly Fishing and teaching stillwater tactics is his passion. 

 

General Info

Crowley Lake is located just off Highway 395 in the spectacular Eastern Sierra. The lake is 25 miles north of Bishop and 12 miles south of Mammoth Lakes. Crowley Lake is a large man made reservoir that supplies water and power to the City of Los Angeles. Crowley Lake is the largest reservoir in the entire Los Angeles Department of Water & Power (LADWP) System.

Crowley Lake is known throughout the Western United States as being an incredible fishery that produces large, beautiful trout that will give you the fight of your life! The lake offers some of the most exciting trout fishing in California in one of the most spectacular settings in the world. The amazingly prolific chironimid (midge fly) based food chain is what provides the incredible growth rates and large, hard fighting fish that Crowley Lake is famous for.




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