Sierra Drifters Exclusive!
Drift Boat trips on Adobe Pond
Last Saturday in April through November 15
We are very pleased to announce that we have obtained the exclusive rights to guide the Adobe Ranch area on the eastern side of the Glass Mountains. It is a forty minute drive from Mammoth Lakes. Adobe Creek is a fertile spring creek teaming with wild browns. It flows into what is left of Adobe Lake and this incredible shallow lake is stuffed with huge numbers of wild browns up to sixteen inches that are eager to hit dries and nymphs. We are offering special guide trips from our DRIFT BOATS to this area. This is a fun way to fly fish and it makes access very easy. If you enjoy sight fishing to rising trout or dry dropper/nymph rigs in short water this is Nirvana! This is a private fishery in a beautiful setting. You will have the place to yourself! We have limited the amount of days we guide this area to insure quality “catching” so book your trips soon. This will be hot! I am looking forward to the hoppers showing up as well as the huge callibaetis may fly hatches that make these browns so fat. This is a great trip for those that enjoy site fishing and dry fly action. It is recommended for intermediate to advanced fly fishers.
There is no private fishing ranch in the area quite like this one in the Adobe Valley, surrounded by BLM & USFS land, beautiful canyons, red rock cliffs, Wild Brown Trout and Wild Mustangs. Approximately 35 minutes from Mammoth Airport. The Adobe Valley has changed little since Kit Carson & John C. Fremont passed through in the mid 1800s. Adobe Creek with an existing wild trout population runs through this Indian Meadows acreage approximately 2 miles.
5 hours on the water:
Add $12.50 per person for lunches and drinks, California Fishing Licenses Required
Add $50.00 for third angler (not recommended)
Please call or email if you have further questions about these trips.