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May 7, 2014


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Photo of the day 4-28-2014

Debbie Weld and her partners in crime from Santa Cruz brought in an amazing stringer to display. The two big ones weighed in at 7.18 and 8.50lbs and were all caught on rainbow power bait near the spillway. I tried to tell everyone that the fishing at Lake Amador is at its peak but the...

Photo of the day 4-27-2014

Jim English from Cameron Park with a 4 fish stringer weighing 17.6lbs that’s a 4.4lb average folks not to shabby. The big one for the day was 6.42lbs that Jim caught on a gold Kastmaster near the spillway.

Photo of the day 4-27-2014

Zach Krula from Sacramento with a beautiful 7 pounder he got on a green/orange mouse tail in the far corner of the dam. He had a total stringer weight of 13.50 for the day, great job Zach!

Photo of the day 4-27-2014

Enrico Deasis from Antioch landed this nice 8.8lb Amabow which was the largest on a 10 fish stringer, you know any day fishing is better than a day at work, but catching makes it that much better don’t you think?

Photo of the day 4-19-2014

Now check out this 9.72lb Amabow caught by Jayden Price out of Cameron Park. He was trolling near the North corner of the dam with a white Power Grub when WHAMMMO the line started peeling off the reel! I must say that I was impressed to h…ear he landed this monster on 4LB TEST. He...

Photo of the day 4-8-2014

Olivia Garcia out of Sacramento found her luck back on the pump dock in Carson Arm. She used corn and power bait to land these pair of Amabow’s weighing 6 and 3lbs each.

Photo of the day 4-6-2014

I guess this was the big fish on Sunday April 6th, not sure of who this is but the fish weighed almost 10lbs, nice catch!  

Photo of the day 4-1-2014

Check this kid out! Dylan DeSilva again with another whopper only one day after he landed an Amabow at almost 10lbs. This one weighed in at 7.50lbs which he caught on power bait. Id say this youngster had the time of his life!

The Trout are deep but still biting strong!

By boat try using lead core line and flashers with a nightcrawler, curly tail grub, or needlefish.  Run your rig between 25-40′ deep at a slow troll and try focusing on the east side of the lake especially in Jackson Creek. By Shore:  Try floating powerbait or a air injected nightcrawler off the bottom with a...

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