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Thread: Lake Sabrina Boat Landing - This Week's Report - 7-29-19

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    Lake Sabrina Boat Landing
    760-873-7425
    July 29, 2019


    The Deer are migrating and don’t have a clue as to go up or down!
    Don’t forget a jacket!

    Store Hours: Sunday thru Saturday – 7:00am to 7:00pm
    Café Hours: Sunday thru Saturday – 7:00am to 4:00pm – CLOSED WEDNESDAYS

    The CAFÉ and only the CAFÉ will be closed
    August 13, 14 & 15, 2019
    Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday

    As the week of the massive mudslide of last year approached so did this year’s monsoonal weather and the first ThunderBoomer of the season. We missed the anniversary date by one day with the first summer rain coming in on Tuesday. We did have a few sprinkles on Monday the actual anniversary and a few individuals that spent the night in the parking lot last year came by to reminisce.

    We had a few more big fish caught over the week even thru the ThunderBoomers. William Goodman (7 y.o.) with help from his right hand net man, Broc Fishman (what a GREAT name) landed a nice 3-1/2 pounder using a jig – and these two are anglers for life! Vonda Solomko brought in a respectable 4-pound RainBow using a Rapala. Buck Sanchez brought in a whopper of a fish weighing in at 5-1/2 pounds. Pinched Garlic Worms and Spinners were the name of the game for Karl – 3-1/8 pound, Rich – 2-3/4 pound and Steve – 3 pound fish for dinner.

    Once again, pretty much the same things are working on the Lake, but we’ll add Gulp Pinched Garlic Worms to the list this week. So we’ve got NightCrawlers, Rapalas, Mini-Jigs, PowerBait, MiceTails and Spinners to the list this week. And where you ask – pretty much everywhere – DingleBerry Inlet, Little George Inlet, George Inlet, drifting the Lake, in front of the Dam and around the rock piles.

    It’s a pet peeve of mine that if you catch a big fish or a limit just to have your picture taken for the webpage and then try and give your fish away – we won’t post your picture, but then again we may post it as ‘WASTER OF A PERFECTLY GOOD FISH TO EAT’! Crimp down your barbs, take a picture on the boat and release it for another day.

    Exciting times on Thursday, we had a big Black Bear trying to get in to the Dumpster – Rick scared it off with the aid of an air horn and that bear hasn’t been back. Earlier in the day, we had four deer come up the back of the dam. The Eagles are still flying and reports of the Osprey have been heard.

    KEEPING THESE ITEMS FROM LAST WEEK
    Boy are the wildflowers blooming – Penstomens – both wild and hybrid, Indian PaintBrush, Columbine, Lilacs, Lillies and lots of yellow and purple flowers that I have no idea what their names would be. If any of you amateur botanist or hippies have a clue – fill me in!

    Just an FYI – We have no clue on when the Fall colors will start. With the late Winter and late Spring and late Summer, who knows, we certainly don’t.

    Still big issues with skeeters, when using the bug juice, try not to get it on your hands – you’ll transfer it to your bait and the fish just don’t like bug juice or sunscreen or lotion or cologne or perfume. Wash your hands in the stream or Lake to get it off, and then use some fish attractant on your hands. If you’re coming to the Lake, don’t forget sunscreen and dark glasses –the snow and sun makes it pretty bright against the blue sky. DON’T FORGET THAT JACKET.

    Fishing etiquette is once again becoming a bit of a problem at the Lake and we don’t like problems. If you come upon someone fishing, please don’t fish right next to them – take a bit of hike farther down and don’t cast over into their spot. Same at the Inlet, there are so many areas to fish on this Lake go find another ‘soon to be’ favorite spot.

    Hikers:
    Bishop Pack Outfitters are finally able to get on the trail making sure its passable – shoring up a washout, moving trees and rocks off the trail, please have respect for them if you meet them on the trail with stock animal – always take the low road so if a mule is spooked it will go to the high side and not down into the Lake as what happened a few years ago.

    If you’re planning on hiking – PLEASE BE PREPARED – hike with a buddy – leave a note on where you’re headed – when you’re expected back – what you’re wearing – take plenty of water & food – dress in layers – you’ll start out cool, but will probably warm up – CHECK THE WEATHER! Not only is your life on the line, so are the Search and Rescue Teams. Also, if you meet stock on the trail, please go to the low-side, that way if the mules are startled they’ll go to the high side and not down the canyon.

    Looks like our ThunderBoomers have come and gone at least for the time being. Here is the forecast for the week from www.weather.gov (enter Aspendell, CA in the search and scroll down to see the temps).
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    Monday Afternoon
    Mostly sunny, with a high near 77. Southwest wind 13 to 16 mph, with gusts as high as 22 mph.

    Monday Night
    Mostly clear, with a low around 50. Southwest wind 11 to 17 mph, with gusts as high as 22 mph.

    Tuesday
    Sunny, with a high near 76. Southwest wind 8 to 15 mph.

    Tuesday Night
    Partly cloudy, with a low around 51. Southwest wind 10 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 21 mph.

    Wednesday
    Mostly sunny, with a high near 74. South wind 6 to 15 mph.

    Wednesday Night
    Mostly clear, with a low around 49.

    Thursday
    Sunny, with a high near 73.

    Thursday Night
    Clear, with a low around 47.

    Friday
    Sunny, with a high near 73.

    Friday Night
    Clear, with a low around 48.

    Saturday
    Sunny, with a high near 74.

    Saturday Night
    Partly cloudy, with a low around 50.

    Sunday
    Mostly sunny, with a high near 76.

    WHAT TO DO IN BISHOP AND SURROUNDING AREAS

    FREE CONCERTS IN THE PARK
    EVERY MONDAY NIGHT
    Live Music every Monday night through August. Bishop City Park Gazebo.

    2019 SUMMER TRAIN RIDES AT LAWS MUSEUM
    August 3
    Railroad operations start at 10:30am and end at 2:30pm each operating day. Rides can run until 3:30pm each operating day if demand warrants the extension. Tickets may be purchased in the Train Station. Prices are $5.00 per person, children under 13 ride free with an adult. This schedule is subject to change due to weather, mechanical breakdown or other unforeseen circumstances. Visit Laws Museum for full schedule.

    OWENS VALLEY RADIO OBSERVATORY TOUR
    August 5 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
    See the "Big Ears" up close and learn all about the Owens Valley Radio Observatory. Held the first Monday of every month from 1 PM to 2 PM. Contact Dr. Mark Hodges for info at 760-938-2075 (Ext 109).

    JIMMY BUFFETT TRIBUTE CONCERT
    August 10 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
    August 10th at 6:00PM - Calling all music-lovers to this FREE concert at the Tri-County Fairgrounds!!

    FREE FISHING DAY
    August 31
    NO LICENSE REQUIRED!

    EASTERN SIERRA TRI-COUNTY FAIR
    August 29 @ 8:00 am - September 1 @ 10:00 pm
    Labor Day Weekend - Exhibits, displays, rodeo, carnival, destruction derby and thousands of homemade & homegrown items on display.

    BISHOP CREEK SHUTTLE – provided by Eastern Sierra Transit
    Twice daily roundtrip service from Bishop to the Bishop Creek Recreation Area. This route is anticipated to commence service in 2019 on Saturday June 15th and will operate seven days per week through Labor Day weekend. The route will provide service from Bishop to the Bishop Creek Recreation Area with scheduled stops at South Lake and Lake Sabrina. The route will also provide intermediate stops at all locations where it is safe for the bus to stop. Expected intermediate stops include, but are not limited to, South Fork Bishop Creek Village, Parcher’s Resort, Aspendell, intersection of CA-168 and North Lake Road, intersection of CA-168 and Buttermilk Road as well as Starlite Road, and Forest Service campgrounds along the route. FARES - The one-way adult fare for the Bishop Creek Shuttle is $5.00. Discount fare for youth (ages 5 – 16), senior (60+) and disabled passengers is $2.50. A 10-ride pass may be purchased for a 10% discount ($45 for adult, $22.50 for discount).
    Bishop Creek Shuttle Schedule
    Morning Run Afternoon Run
    Bishop (Vons/Kmart) 8:00am 4:00pm
    South Lake 8:45am 4:45pm
    Lake Sabrina 9:10am 5:10pm
    Bishop (arrive) 9:45am 5:45pm

    NITE RIDER- provided by Eastern Sierra Transit
    Stay safe if you have a couple of drinks at night while in town. This shuttle takes you anywhere around town in Bishop on Friday and Saturday nights from 6pm to 2:30am for $4.25 per person each way.
    Number: 760-873-7173 or 760-872-1901 x22
    Price $4.25 person
    Find us on Facebook @ Nite Rider (Bishop, CA)

    If you’re looking for something to do while in Bishop, check out the Bishop Chamber of Commerce Website at https://www.bishopvisitor.com/ for lots of fun things to do for all ages.
    Bishop Visitor Information Center | Bishop California Welcome Center
    www.bishopvisitor.com
    Bishop, California. Small Town with a Big Backyard ~ Where All Are Welcome



    Juanita, Rick, Patti, Dwayne, Bob, Tyler and Matt

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    Awesome! Thanks for the report!

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