Map of Lake Crowley (near Mammoth Lakes)

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Fishing Hot Spots near Lake Crowley

  "Wide open fishing for 9-11" brook, rainbow and occasional brown trout. Anything was working around July 4th. Water warm, nights cool, days warm, mosquitos bad...." Sadler Lake

  "Started out this morning around 9:30/10am, caught 1 trout, then around 12pm -2pm caught another 2 trout, then went back out around 6:30pm and had a bunch of hits, landed..." Portal Forebay

  "Thanks to regular stocking you can find a very nice population of rainbow trout swimming around Baker Creek. If you are interested in fishing for them I recommend wading..." Baker Creek

  "Thanks to stocking by the DFG the fishery in Big Pine is definitely worth checking out. There really is no wrong way to fish this creek too; just wade your way up or..." Big Pine Creek

  "For some reason, finding the name and how you join the fishing club at walker lake is a mystery!!!!! can anybody shed some light on this please relay any contact..." Walker Lake

  "At 1,000 acres Grant Lake is the largest lake in the “June Lake Loop”. Its fishing is not any different from the other, smaller lakes though. Grant Lake’s fishery..." Grant Lake

  "The main draw for June Lake is the really nice rainbow trout (they are stocked by both the DFG and Alper's Ranch hatchery) that swim around in the lake. There are also..." June Lake

  "How many lakes in CA can you go and catch the 4 main trout species? I don't know for sure but I don't think there are that many. Either way Lake Mary has them all. The..." Lake Mary

  "My report is for all the 40 some lakes that make up the Rock Creek Lakes. Some of the lakes have boat launches and campgrounds. Others only have on foot access. But they..." Rock Creek Lake

  "At 195 acres you would not thing Lake Sabrina would have that good of a fishery but it has trout in it that rivals lakes 10 times its size. The main reason there is such..." Lake Sabrina

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About Fishing Hot Spots for Lake Crowley near Mammoth Lakes

So you're interested in fishing Lake Crowley. As fishermen, we know there are times when our favorite spots are just not active so we built our Hot Spots feature to show you where the fish are biting in the area of Lake Crowley. Now you'll know where catches are being recorded in the general area, and you can plan your day on the water. Check out our Fishing Times tab to determine when the fish will be most active. To find Lake Crowley enter the 37.588543 latitude, and -118.706238 longitude coordinates into your GPS device or smart phone. If you need fishing tackle, or are looking for a fishing guide or fishing charter please visit Tackle, Guides, Charters