Sierra Streams
Fly fishing the small streams in the Sierra’s is unquestionably an experience every fly fisherman should have. Be it rainbows or browns, brookies or cutthroat, the trout of the Sierra’s are truly spectacular. Furthermore, the scenery can’t be beat as we fish the pocket water amidst a gorgeous canyon or delicately drift a dry fly through the smooth water in a high mountain meadow. I concentrate my guiding efforts in Alpine County where we’re most likely to fish the East Carson, West Carson and/or Wolf Creek. Each stream can be waded quite easily and the fish are more than willing to rise to a dry fly. My season in the Sierra’s is typically from June through October, depending on weather and water conditions. All my trips in the Sierra’s are Walk and Wade and during the heat of the Summer, waders aren’t really necessary. And if you’re looking for a great place to stay, might I suggest Sorensen’s Resort in Hope Valley.
Sierra Stream Fishing a small Sierra stream. Sierra Stream Fly Fishing
For current conditions and reports for the streams of Alpine County, please feel free to call me at 916-220-6070 or Sorensen’s Resort at 530-694-2203.
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