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Reply #1 - Jun 25th, 2009, 6:22am
 
Smiley  LEW
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Reply #2 - Jun 25th, 2009, 9:04am
 
I concur, nice fish
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Reply #3 - Jun 25th, 2009, 1:02pm
 

It was an awesome trip and  Johnny and I caught fish from sunrise to sunset every day.  We fished pretty much every in the Mammoth region in places such as: Crowley, Rock Creek, Rock Creek Lake, Mammoth lakes basin, Silver Lake, Mammoth Creek, and Lundy Lake.
 
I thought you guys might enjoy these pics.
 

Lake Mary
 

Rock Creek
 

Sunset Hopper fishing on Mammoth Creek
 

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Lake Maime
 

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Reply #4 - Jun 25th, 2009, 1:52pm
 
Tyler caught that fish on Crowley and I caught mine on Mammoth Creek.  
The last day Tyler managed to land two Alpers on two different lakes, Mamie and Mary, within two hours.  
 
At the beginning the lake fishing was slow but we eventually figured out the flies and movement that the fish wanted on Silver, and that held for all the lakes in the area.  
 
We fished Crowley, Rock Creek, Rock Creek Lake, Mammoth Creek (in town and below the highway), McGee Creek, Upper Twin Lake Mammoth, Lake Mamie, Lake Mary, Silver Lake and Lundy Lake.  
 
Silver was definitely a favorite because of the stunning surroundings and the fact that Otto got the fishing dialed in so that everyone was catching decent fish on every pass. And of course the last day was awesome because of crystal clear water, warm weather, and fish willing to take a streamer, including Tyler's two Alpers.
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Reply #5 - Jun 25th, 2009, 4:06pm
 
You guys are so good!!
 
Thank you for the Sierra report and the great pictures.
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