Robinson Creek is a California Fishing spot. Robinson Creek is located in Mono County in the State of California. Robinson Creek has the latitude and longitude (38.21813, -119.309) and the altitude is 7000 feet.
Robinson Creek has a mix of wild brown trout, including a rare lunker, along with brook trout and planted 10- to 12-inch rainbow trout. The best bet for newcomers is to start fishing at the bridge adjacent to Twin Lakes Resort, on downstream a bit, and also near campgrounds set along Twin Lakes Road. Why because this is where the Department of Fish and Game plunks in their hatchery trout. Along with those planters are an awful lot of people.
Only rarely are the big brown trout caught out of Robinson Creek. Consider that there are several camps here, with anglers working the water near all of them. By early summer, those big browns have been well-schooled, getting fishing lessons every day.
Before fishing in Robinson Creek you should consult with local guides and regulations. Fishermen who have fished at Robinson Creek are encouraged to post reviews of the Robinson Creek Fish types and any images they want to share with others.
Things To Do:
- Hatchery Trout
GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
Take U.S.395 to Bridgeport and Twin Lakes Road. Turn southwest (toward the Sierra) on Twin Lakes Road and drive about seven miles. Direct access is available from the road and at the campgrounds.
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