If you love being out in nature fishing and are looking for the most optimal time to catch a trophy trout? The fall season is one of the best times to fish in Mammoth Lakes, California. The fish are stocking up on as much food as they can find before winter arrives. This means they are not only desperate for food, but they are also starting to get plumper. Another reason why fall is an optimal time to fish is because the weather has cooled down, so by the end of the day standing by the river bank you won’t be drenched in sweat. Not only is there perfect weather, the color of the leaves begin to change from bright green to golden yellow, orange, and red which reflect on the water for a beautiful scenery to gaze at while catching your trophy trout.
As I stated above, the fish are preparing for winter, which means they are starting to move and settle in towards the inlets of the lake where it is warmer and the water is moving slower. Here you will find the most amount of fish, so get ready to catch a ton! Now, as this may be one of the best time to bring out your fishing rod of the year. You might not want to use the same bait as you do in summer. Try using bugs such as stoneflies, midges, mayflies, and caddisflies.
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