Photo of TJ Lake, Mono County, CA

Eastern Sierra Fishing Map

Map of the Eastern Sierra, CA Markleeville East Carson River Antelope Valley Walker River Gorge Pickel Meadow Bridgeport Virginia Lakes Lee Vining June Lake Loop Glass Creek and Deadman Creek Upper Owens River Devils Postpile Mammoth Lakes Owens River Gorge Bishop Creek Big Pine

Prime Eastern Sierra Fishing Waters

Upper Owens River Map

  • Owens River
  • Hot Creek
  • Convict Lake
  • McGee Creek

Owens River Gorge Map

  • Owens River
  • Rock Creek Lake
  • Pleasant Valley Reservoir

Bishop Creek Map

  • Bishop Creek
  • Lake Sabrina
  • South Lake
  • North Lake
  • McGee Creek

Big Pine Creek Map

  • Big Pine Creek
  • Big Pine Lakes
  • Baker Creek

Virginia Lakes Map

  • Virginia Lakes
  • Lundy Lake

Lee Vining Area Map

  • Lee Vining Creek
  • Saddlebag Lake
  • Tioga Lake and Ellery Lake

June Lake Loop Map

  • June Lake and Gull Lake
  • Silver Lake and Grant Lake

Glass & Deadman Creeks

  • Glass Creek
  • Deadman Creek

Devils Postpile Map

  • San Joaquin River
  • Sotcher Lake
  • Starkweather Lake

Mammoth Lakes Map

  • Mammoth Lakes
  • Mammoth Creek
  • Sherwin Creek

Markleeville Area Map

  • East Fork Carson River
  • Indian Creek Reservoir
  • Pleasant Valley Creek

East Carson River Map

  • East Fork Carson River
  • Silver Creek and Wolf Creek
  • Heeman Lake
  • Kinney Reservoirs

Antelope Valley Map

  • Topaz Lake
  • West Walker River
  • Slinkard Creek

Walker River Gorge Map

  • West Walker River

Bridgeport Area Map

  • Twin Lakes
  • Bridgeport Reservoir
  • Buckeye Creek
  • Virginia Creek

Pickel Meadow Map

  • West Walker River
  • Poore Lake and Kirman Lake
  • Little Walker River

Maps of the Eastern Sierra Nevada

The Eastern Sierra has become one of the most popular fishing destinations in the country. While anglers flock to places like Twin Lakes, the Owens River and Hot Creek, other less-well-known fishing waters in the Eastern Sierra can be equally as rewarding. These maps of the Eastern Sierra cover fishing waters from Markleeville in the north all the way south to Big Pine Creek.

Each of the Fishing and Camping Maps shows rivers and streams, lakes, cities, major roads and trails, and camping places. Some outlying resorts are shown, but not those in cities. Every effort is made to keep the information up to date, but changes can occur without notice. Before setting out on your fishing outing you would be wise to check current state fishing regulations. If you are planning on camping, it is advisable to check the appropriate government agency's website for the latest campground conditions.