Eight hardy volunteers tackled the Bayley Lake inlet channel again this year.
We cleaned out the channel between Potter’s Pond and Bayley Lake that gets overgrown with grass and weeds every summer, repaired some of the overflow weirs, and placed more spawning gravel. Whether we get any production from trout spawning in the channel is uncertain but it does provide mature trout a place to spawn
and possibly survive another year to provide larger fish for the anglers. Fishing in the afternoon started slow but picked up and they were really healthy, strong fish. Thanks to Jerry McBride, Bob Schmidt, Bruce Morgan, Stephen Aspinwall, Bill Papesh, Phil Beck, Bill Herrington, and Jim Athearn for all their hard work.
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Inland Empire Fly Fishing Club
Welcome to the Inland Empire Fly Fishing Club. Our group has been actively promoting and supporting the conservation and management of fish and fishing waters since 1956. We are a Charter Member of the Federation of Fly Fishers having joined at the first FFF conclave in 1965.