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Bridgeport Valley Fishing

Map of the Bridgeport area, Mono County, CA


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Bridgeport Camping Camping


Buckeye Campground

  • Open May to October
  • 65 campsites, no water
  • Flush and vault toilets
  • $15 per night, no reservations

Honeymoon Flat Campground

  • 5 camping sites
  • Piped water, vault toilets
  • $17 per night, reservations taken

Robinson Creek Campground

  • 21 camping sites
  • Piped water
  • Vault and mini-flush toilets
  • $20 per night, reservatioins taken

Paha Campground

  • 28 camping sites
  • Piped water
  • Vault and mini-flush toilets
  • $20 per night, reservations taken

Photo of East Walker River

East Walker River at Bridgeport

Lower Twin Lakes Campground

  • Open mid-April to early October
  • Piped water, flush toilets
  • $20 per night, reservations taken


Bridgeport Fishing


Bridgeport Reservoir

  • Brown, cutthroat, rainbow, Sacramento perch, carp
  • RV Parks and Marinas
  • Record 22-pound brown trout taken froim Bridgeport Reservoir
  • Rainbows up to 8 pounds

Twin Lakes

  • Premier fishing lakes on the Eastern Sierra
  • 26-pound brown trout taken from both upper and lower lakes
  • Record 22-pound brown trout taken from Bridgeport Reservoir
  • Rainbow and brown trout
  • Cabins, RV park, fishing supplies, marina

Robinson Creek

  • Brook, rainbow, and maybe a few browns
  • Fish from Twin lakes on downstream

Buckeye Creek

  • Brook, rainbow, and maybe a few browns
  • Try beaver dam ponds upstream

East Walker River

  • Fish from Bridgeport Reservoir on downstream
  • Especially good for large browns
  • 14" browns are common
  • Catch and release only, no bait, barbless hooks only

Virginia Creek and Virginia Lakes

  • Excellent fishing at the lakes
  • See pictures of the area on our Featured Trip to Cooney Lake

Green Creek

  • Good fishing just past the trailhead at the end of the road
  • Stop at Dynamo Pond along the way and try your luck

Read more about the Green Creek area on our Featured Trip to Green Lake