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Eastern Sierra Forum / Re: August 27 through Sept 2 trip
« Last post by Little Hardrock on August 23, 2017, 05:50:47 PM »
enjoy Steve!

just have cold beverage on ice ready for everyone :)
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Eastern Sierra Forum / Re: August 27 through Sept 2 trip
« Last post by bj on August 23, 2017, 08:52:17 AM »
Sorry to miss the cold beer, won't get there till the 10th !
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Eastern Sierra Forum / August 27 through Sept 2 trip
« Last post by Big Steve on August 22, 2017, 05:41:01 PM »
I'm getting all my gear ready to load up and head for Rock Creek on Saturday. Actually spending the night Saturday in Bishop then heading to Big Meadow Sunday morning. I have never looked so forward to a trip as I am to this one. My sister's driving down from Utah, her best friend is driving down from Portland towing her 30 foot 5th wheel, and one of my best friends is driving down from Denver. I feel guilty because all I have to do is drive up from Riverside. Anyone else going to be in the canyon next week? I'll have cold beer if you stop by! :camping:
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Eastern Sierra Trip Reports / Re: 2017 North Fork Big Pine Creek
« Last post by fishpole on August 20, 2017, 11:26:08 AM »
Waiting for report when you get back
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Anything Goes / Re: A Frozen Rock Creek Lake
« Last post by Marine One on August 19, 2017, 03:28:51 PM »
Klint. those pics are spectacular. So how do you actually get up there. DO you drive up as far as you can go and then you hike up the rest of the way? or do you drive up the to the best you can and then ski?
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Eastern Sierra Forum / Re: Rock Creek Lake "Walk-in" Sites
« Last post by Marine One on August 19, 2017, 03:24:23 PM »
wshawkins. are those temps predicted are for the lows at night?
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Eastern Sierra Fishing / Re: Tips for locating some fish
« Last post by wshawkins on August 16, 2017, 03:24:51 PM »
Lyle and Dana Forks of the Tuolumne River provide the best stream fishing with Brown's, Rainbows and Eastern Brook trout.   Another good creek is Tenaya Creek.  Start at Tenaya bridge, then fish up or down the creek from there.

Easy day hikes in the area that are recommended are Dog Lake, Young Lakes,  Elizabeth Lake, Catherdraw Lakes and Gaylor Lakes.

You also have three drive to Lakes in the Tioga Pass area that are stocked weekly with Rainbow
Trout with Tioga, Ellery and Saddlebag Lakes.
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Eastern Sierra Fishing / Re: Tips for locating some fish
« Last post by bj on August 14, 2017, 08:48:56 PM »
Middle Gaylor can be fun near the inlet. Sometimes the wind in your face can make it a little difficult with a dry fly. Also. Upper Gaylor is a short hike and can produce a lot of action on your fly rod. Me, I always have a telescoping spinning rod with fly bubble along just in case. Lake Mary has some monster browns but you might need a boat or float tube. Good Luck!
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Eastern Sierra Fishing / Re: First Golden Trout for 2017
« Last post by Sierraslam on August 14, 2017, 01:25:25 PM »
I recognize that lake! Glad it was ice free for you. I hiked up there some years back the first week of August and it was still iced over. Must be nice with fewer people back that way with the water taxi not running. Adds a few miles walking around Saddlebag but less people is always better in the Sierras. Nice work!
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Eastern Sierra Trip Reports / Re: 2017 North Fork Big Pine Creek
« Last post by Gary C. on August 14, 2017, 02:58:01 AM »
I love Sam Mack Meadows. We should be there this time next week.
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