Lake Crowley Fishing Report near Mammoth Lakes, California
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Fishing Tips for Lake Cowley
by Jim S
on November 1st
Cowley Lake is mostly known for its nice rainbow trout (which are stocked by the state and county) and huge brown trout (record is 26lbs). If you are interested in fishing here I recommend you learn about the rules that govern the lake. Those rules include the fact you can only fish here from the last Saturday in April to the 15 of November. Also there is a "Restricted Fishing Season" that starts August 1 and ends November 15. When the “Restricted Fishing Season" is in effect you can only use barbless lures (no natural bait) and the trout limit is reduced to 2 fish of 18" or longer. If you want to bring your own boat to fish here you can use a launch ramp but you have to buy a boating permit. If you don’t own your own boat I recommend you try rental boats that are available at the marina. While we are on the subject of boats I should mention that water skiing and float-tubing is allowed but before 10am there is a 10mph speed limit. Try using jigs, soft plastics, crank baits, spoons, spinners, and live bait whens it’s legal. Good luck fishing!
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