Monthly Archives: June 2012

Walker Lake fishing

I enjoy talking to the campers that stay at the campground and sometimes I pick up fishing or hiking tips. One group told us that Walker Lake was full of large trout. So I did some research and found out … Continue reading

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Sky Meadows

In the local hiking book it mentioned that Sky Meadows is the best place in the Mammoth area to view summer wildflowers so that was my choice for a hike last week. But on my way there I had to … Continue reading

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Incredible hiking day

Yesterday I felt strong and the weather was perfect so I went on a hike that I had been dreaming of since I got here. It was a very strenuous loop hike connecting two major hikes in the area. The … Continue reading

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Fishing Day

On my two days off per week I try to fish on one of those days and do a long hike on the other. Today I tried fishing below the Twin Lakes dam because I heard from one of my … Continue reading

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Another great hiking day!

The weather was fantastic today so I got going early to enjoy a great day of hiking. First it was off to Crystal Lake, a short 1.3 miles up from Lake George. Backtracking a little I decided to try Mammoth … Continue reading

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Arrowhead and Skelton Lakes

Yesterday I went on the Duck Pass trail to visit Arrowhead and Skelton Lakes and possibly catch a fish or two. The hike itself was only about three miles with about 700 feet of elevation but I wanted to fish … Continue reading

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