Posted on August 8, 2011 by flyfishnevada
I knew the hike to Gardisky Lake was tough. I first heard about the lake about 18 years ago. A friend and I met a guy while fishing the Eastern Sierras and he told us about a good lake to fish called Gardisky. He then warned us it was a really steep hike. I have heard the same warning ever since. The lake was good fishing, the hike short, but tough. Well, they were right.
Looking Back towards False White Mountain, 3/4 of the way up the trail to Gardisky Lake.
Henry starts football practice Thursday and we are busy the rest of this week, so Monday was the day. I considered the June Lake Loop, but then Gardisky caught my eye while leafing through “Eastern Sierra Fishing Guide for Day Hikers”. I knew it would be tough, but why not? Continue reading
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Posted on July 9, 2010 by flyfishnevada
I originally had grand plans of trekking two plus hours north with my sons to Davis Lake for the damsel hatch, but found out one had grown out of his waders. A trip to Reno to buy new ones made it so I didn’t want to go that way again so soon. I had heard Virgina Lakes was doing well, and with all the options in that drainage, I decided we would make the hour drive there. That is until I found out, as I was packing the night before, that I had misplaced my fins. A thorough search of the garage failed to turn them up. I can almost see them lying on the shore of some lake looking all sad and forlorn as I drove away without them.
Great view of the Bridgeport area from Buckeye Creek Road
So stream fishing it was. As I had little time to plan, I figured we would play it by ear and do a little scouting. I headed south towards Bridgeport. Continue reading
Filed under: On the Water | Tagged: Bridgeport, Dynamo Pond, East Walker River, Green Creek, Henry, Owen, Whoa Nelly Deli | 1 Comment »