Fishing Blogs

Fishing at Lake George: It’s So Easy…to Love

Aug 07, 2015 / Mike McKenna

One of the best things about fishing is that even the best traveled of us have our old favorite, and familiar, fishing holes. Places we love to return to, both in person and in our minds. Hemingway had the Big Two-Hearted River. Norman Maclean had the Blackfoot. John Gierach has the St. Vrain. For the Navarro family of Long Beach, Lake George is the spot. MORE

The Allure of Lake Mamie

Aug 01, 2015 / Mike McKenna

It’s always fun to cast a day upon Lake Mamie, especially since it’s one of the most beautiful drive-to fishing lakes you’ll ever find. MORE

Fishing With Kids

Jul 25, 2015 / Mike McKenna

The evidence is pretty overwhelming. By far, one of the best things you can ever do for kids is to take them fishing. That’s because when we take kids out fishing we’re actually offering them a lot more than a just day on the water or some basic knowledge about trout, casting or treble hooks. We’re helping to improve their lives in the present and the future. MORE

Lake Fishing Tips in the Eastern Sierra

Jul 22, 2015 / Kalyn LePre

Chris Leonard, a professional fishing guide for Kittredge Sports, shares tips for fishing on Eastern Sierra lakes. MORE

Toasting Twin Lakes

Jul 17, 2015 / Mike McKenna

Twin Lakes is nestled at the base of the famous slopes of Mammoth Mountain. The lakes are fed from a waterfall, and after pausing to make up the Twin Lakes, the water then tumbles down to become Mammoth Creek. MORE

Fishing and Golfing: A Mammoth Doubleheader

Jul 11, 2015 / Mike McKenna

Fishing and golfing may seem like competing pastimes, both taking place during the precious warm weather months, but when you break them down, they’re really rather complementary. MORE

Summer Tips for Catching Trout in the Eastern High Sierra

Jun 13, 2015 / Mike McKenna

Summertime in the High Sierra means that the fish are jumpin’, and if you’re lucky, it’s at the end of your line. Here are some expert summer tips for catching trout in the Eastern High Sierra MORE

Casting amongst “Nature’s Poetry” in Rock Creek Canyon

Jun 05, 2015 / Mike McKenna

In The Mountains of California, Muir wrote that canyons were “nature’s poems carved on tables of stone.” That being the case, there’s arguably no better example of such poetry than what’s on display everyday in Rock Creek Canyon. MORE