We offer guided “walk and wade” trips to year around and seasonal fisheries in the Eastern Sierra. Sierra Drifters guides also utilize snowmobiles and sleds to access winter fisheries. “Snow Bows” are the ultimate wild fish in the region and this unique experience has become very popular. Beginner or expert we have top notch guides that can enhance your fly fishing abilities. The excellent fisheries of the Upper and Lower Owens River, the East Walker River, Pleasant Valley Reservoir and Hot Creek, remain open year around. Wading these fisheries with our pros will insure you get a wealth of knowledge and a shot at some trophy trout on the fly. We teach innovative and conventional methods of fly fishing for trout while wading a pristine Sierra river.
The “war wagon” snowmobile used to access the Upper Owens in winter
The East Walker River, Upper Owens River, and Hot Creek are recent additions to this areas year around fisheries and we have guides that can show you the techniques of how to catch fish on the fly in these waters. There can be incredible fly fishing opportunities on these fisheries during the winter and early spring seasons depending on the winter weather pattern. We will be happy to advise you as to what your best fishing adventure will be during this time of year. The “Gorge” has an awesome year round fishery with a great population of wild browns. We suggest this trip for those who enjoy moderate hiking and who have at least intermediate casting skills.
***Sierra Drifters Guide Service Tom Loe is under permit from the Inyo National Forest Service
Upper Owens “Snow Bow” (above) and a trophy brown on the East Walker (below)