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Default anyone fish Indian creek below antelope lake in California?

anyone ever fish this creek? going in a few days and want to know if anyone has gone. thanks
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Default Re: anyone fish Indian creek below antelope lake in California?

Hello,

Welcome to the forum,

Indian Creek in the local you mention is not one I have seen mentioned here. However, we do have a lot of membership in your area and if you stick around and become a participant in discussions you may be able to identify people who live & fish near your favored places.

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Default Re: anyone fish Indian creek below antelope lake in California?

I just double checked California regulations. Indian Creek does not open up for trout fishing until April 27 (traditional trout opener - last Saturday in April).

If you decide to go during the regular trout season, make sure to bring the standard fare of Sierra trout flies.

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Default Re: anyone fish Indian creek below antelope lake in California?

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I just double checked California regulations. Indian Creek does not open up for trout fishing until April 27 (traditional trout opener - last Saturday in April).

If you decide to go during the regular trout season, make sure to bring the standard fare of Sierra trout flies.

Dennis
i just checked as well, and i believe you were looking at "Antelope Creek", which is not the right one. "Indian Creek' isn't even mentioned on here: Freshwater Sport Fishing Regulations - Waters with Special Regulations

Not really sure what it means if its not mentioned but as long as i have my license i don't think they'll be an issue.

if you found something else that specifically says "Indian Creek" please post a link so i can see it, that would be awesome.

-David

---------- Post added at 03:21 PM ---------- Previous post was at 03:16 PM ----------

Nevermind, i got it here.

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