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Super-low Sabrina will still be fishable for Opener

April 18, 2013

Lake Sabrina, west of Bishop, is nearly dry, with what little water there is divided between the two natural lakes that existed before the reservoir was built. The water is expected to be low and ice-free for the fishing opener next weekend, and anglers will likely have luck fishing the waters of the deeper second lake. Photo courtesy Rick and Patti Apted

Two dry years in the Eastern Sierra and a Southern California Edison project that required the lake to be drained has Lake Sabrina west of Bishop looking like an alien moonscape.
Sabrina, a favorite destination in the Sierra, is currently so low that it has reverted back to being two separate natural lakes, and the smaller of the two is nearly dry.
What that means for next weekend’s fishing opener remains to be seen, but Sabrina Lake Boat Landing owner Juanita Apted is optimistic.
“It’s going to look terrible, but it should be good for fishing” for those who are willing to walk, Apted said.
Read more in the Thursday, April 18 edition of The Inyo Register.

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