Lundy Lake and Mill Creek / Lee Vining Area

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Lundy Lake and Mill Creek

Elevation: 7,750

Road condition:   Paved    

Day hikes to fishing: Upper Mill Creek,

Region: Inyo National Forest     Area/description: Lee Vining area

Lake size: 110 acres    Species: Rainbows, Brook and Brown trout

Closest town or supplies: Lee Vining


Facilities: Lodge, marina, grocery store, bait and tackle, coin-laundry, coin-showers, RV campground

Nearest campground: Primitive campsites are found on Mills Creek below the lake.

Boating: Boat launch and boat rentals

Fishing season: The season begins the last Saturday in April and closes November 15.

Fishing Tips

Favorite lures or bait: Power Bait, Zekes, inflated night crawlers

Favorite fly patterns:

Stocking information: 30,000+ annually

Additional information: Mill Creek is a tiny, brush-lined creek that, nonetheless, is home to trout hiding in the small pockets and undercut banks.

Nearby fishing: Lee Vining Creek, Mill Creek, Virginia Lakes

Directions: From Highway 395 in Lee Vining, drive north approximately seven miles and turn left on Lundy Lake Road.  Continue five miles to the lake.





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This page contains a single entry by David Archer published on February 12, 2008 3:17 PM.

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