Guest Speaker: Ernie Gulley
Last Update: 01/27/2016
One of the most popular fly fishing destinations for southern Californians is the eastern Sierra, just up Highway 395. In addition to streams, rivers and creeks, this area has some of the finest stillwater fishing water found anywhere in the country.
This month, our good friend Ernie Gulley will be guiding us on a mouth-watering trip to show us where to and how to catch the fish of a lifetime. He will be giving us details about primarily three different stillwaters, with each one of them having a unique history and story that helps us appreciate them even more than we do for the fish they contain.
These waters are: Kirman Lake, which is the best trophy brook trout fishery in California and the west; Heenan Lake, which is the Lahontan Cutthroat brood stock lake for the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, and Crowley Lake, considered by most to be the best stillwater in the golden state.
Eastern Sierra Still Waters