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fishing in Mammoth Lakes- Crowley lake- Lake Mary California- Mono County

March 2019

Best Fishing in Mammoth Lakes


For the best fishing in Mammoth Lakes, Snowcreek Resort is the spot for you. We’re surrounded by dozens of top rated lakes and streams. Whether you bring the whole family or are rounding up your fishing crew, there’s no better fishing spot in all of the Eastern Sierra. Snowcreek Resort has it all, premier accommodations, a plethora of activities, including world-class fishing, and picturesque sceneries. Mammoth Lakes is one of the best and most challenging fishing destinations in Mono County.

Fishing in Mammoth Lakes

Mammoth Lakes' features expert guides that can help you with all your fishing needs. For fly fishing, we recommend Kevin Peterson at (760) 937-0519.  Whether it's fishing from shore or a boat or hiking the back-country, you’ll find an abundance of fishing spots throughout Mammoth Lakes. With all these different possibilities, you'll definitely find something for everyone in your crew. Fishing season starts the last Saturday in April and goes until November 15 of every year. However, the catch-and-release fisheries of the Upper Owens River, the East Walker River, and Hot Creek are open year-round. Fishing in Mammoth Lakes is one of the best ways to take in the beautiful scenery and reconnect with nature. 

Lake Mary is located just south of Mammoth Lakes in the Eastern Sierra mountains. It's the largest in the Lakes Basin, covering 140 acres. You'll find the best fishing near the outlet at the northern end and the inlet on the western side of Lake Mary. You'll reel in monster rainbows, feisty brookies, and sly golden trout and you’ll find plenty of places to try your hand when you book a fishing excursion on Lake Mary or Crowley Lake. Make sure to book your next trip with Snowcreek Resort for the best fishing in Mammoth Lakes!