Location

CA
United States
35° 45' 27.0648" N, 118° 25' 17.0976" W
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Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 61-70 F

Flows in the upper Kern River have dropped back down from last week�s 6,000-plus flows, and they have been from 1,300 to 850 cfs in the last few days. The weekend�s storm could send those flows skyrocketing again. The river below the dam has remained about 300 cfs below the dam. Overall very slow fishing with no recent DFW trout plants. Information: Kern River Fly Shop 760-376-2040 (or www.kernriverflyfishing.com) or Gateway Market 760-376-2424.

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Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 61-70 F

There was a DFW trout plant two weeks ago in Section 4 (Kernville region), but the bite has slowed since then. A few fish are still showing in the bigger pools at the stock sites on salmon eggs and crickets. There is also fair action for wild and holdover fish above Kernville or flies. Flows remain about 140 cfs at Kernville and about 300 cfs below the dam. In the lower river the bass and catfish bites are slow with a few bass on plastic worms and nightcrawlers, while the cats are best on clams or nightcrawlers, and all the action is in the bigger pools. Information: Kern River Fly Shop 760-376-2040 (or www.kernriverflyfishing.com) or Gateway Market 760-376-2424.

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Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 61-70 F

The first DFW plant of the season went in three weeks ago in Section 4 (Kernville region). The Kern River has been slow to fair for wild and holdover fish above Kernville in the bigger pools for bait anglers (crickets and salmon eggs) or flies. Flows remain about 80 cfs coming into Isabella and from 120 to 180 cfs below the dam. In the lower river the bass and catfish bites are slow with a few bass on plastic worms and nightcrawlers, while the cats are best on clams or nightcrawlers, and all the action is in the bigger pools. Information: Kern River Fly Shop 760-376-2040 (or www.kernriverflyfishing.com) or Gateway Market 760-376-2424. Hart and Ming, a few trout at Hart

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