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Bullfrog launch update from Facebook post

Dougie

Well-Known Member
MM 25 is 25 river miles upstream from the dam. Beyond there heading into the “wilderness” is Rock Creek Bay and then Dangling Rope. NPS has put their meanest Omicron germs up there to keep adventurers back and close to safety…kind of like the crocs that inhabit the SJ branching in about MM 57, which is just upriver from Forbidding Canyon and the entrance to Rainbow.
 

PowellBride

Moderator
Staff member
Hopefully they'll keep the fuel dock operational at Bullfrog, otherwise things can get really ugly.
The office staff at Halls in October told us that they were planning to move the fuel dock and the rental boats from Bullfrog over to Halls side, and then push the Bullfrog slips and buoys closer to the Main channel/Halls. Sounds almost like we'll have 1 marina, with services on both sides of the channel. Could look more like Antelope, where you'll have to pass through the marina to get north of Stanton or south of the (inoperable) Halls launch ramp
 

cfulton

Well-Known Member
Actually the big white wall from the red x to the blue balloon is good anywhere along there. the stripers work back and forth along that wall. Just upstream from the blue balloon for a 1/2 mile or so is also very good. Fished MM25 a good number of times and always did well. Chuck
 

Todd

Well-Known Member
Actually the big white wall from the red x to the blue balloon is good anywhere along there. the stripers work back and forth along that wall. Just upstream from the blue balloon for a 1/2 mile or so is also very good. Fished MM25 a good number of times and always did well. Chuck
Chuck,
Are you still doing the Wounded Warriors thing?
I miss those Shad rally’s
 

wayne gustaveson

Moderator
Staff member
Buoy 25 cove has a deep canyon that spurs off the main channel and ends up in the cove. Depth in the cove is over 200 feet (300 when the water level is higher). Stripers run into that deep cove to spawn in the spring and then stay there in the deep water after the spawn, looking for shad schools. Buoy 25 Wall is also great fishing as striper schools swim along the wall every spring and early summer.
 
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