The Fishing Report
The Bass and Crappie fishing is picking up nicely with many reports from fisherman. Trout are around the 12ft mark, but some are reporting them even deeper. PowerBait, Micetails, and Power Eggs are doing best. We stocked another 1,200lb mixed load of Rainbows and Lighting last Friday 4/27. Don’t forget to check us out on Facebook for more catches and details!
Fishing has been hot, hot, hot since this past weekend!!! Bass, Bluegill, Crappie, and Catfish have been brought in, as well and tons of limits of Trout! People have been doing great at 10-12ft deep. Almost all reports from fisherman are that the Trout have been scattered and you need to move around to find them, but you wont be disappointed! Don’t forget to check us out on Facebook for more catches and details!
Still full and slightly spilling, water clarity is at a stand still for the moment after this past weekend’s rain. We stocked 1,200lbs this past Friday 4/6/18. We have the Fish Sniffers Nor Cal Trout Anglers Challenge coming up in a couple weeks! Scented bait is still working best at about 10ft deep. Don’t forget to check us out on Facebook for more catches and details!
The water clarity is starting to clear up, but a bit more debris is floating around the lake. Bass fishing is starting to pick up with the warmer weather. We had stocked on 1200lbs on Friday 3/30, with another load expected to come this week. Trout are in the top 10 feet, morning and evening fishing has been best with the heat. Don’t forget to check us out on Facebook for more catches and details!
We are currently full and spilling. Water clarity is about 1ft, but pretty well clear of debris. Trout are still shallow, but using scented bait is key due to clarity. PowerBait, Power Eggs, Micetails, even just adding an attractant to bait makes it that much easier for the fish to find! The Launch/ RV cove area has been a good spot from reports. Don’t forget to check us out on Facebook for more catches and details!
Alright, we are almost full with only over a foot left to go!! And with all this rain coming this week we might be spilling. Water clarity is still good, with only slight debris by the dam area; though could change depending on the amount of rain this week. Trout fishing has been great these past two weeks. Trout are in the top 3-10ft and from reports, everywhere in between. PowerBait, Power Eggs, Micetails, Night Crawlers, and Trolling with Broken Back Rapalas are still the go to fishing baits. Don’t forget to check us out on Facebook for more catches and details!
OUR TAGGED TROUT DERBY ENDS WITH THE DRAWING THIS SUNDAY MARCH 4TH AT 2PM!!!! DONT FORGET YOU MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN!!!
Hopefully all this weather in the forecast the lake level will rise significantly. We stocked 1,200lbs on Friday 2/23, with more plants coming this week. Trout have been about 10-12ft deep but normally during and after storms they come to the surface in search of food, it remains to be seen. Lots of action in the back of the lake from kayakers and boaters. The usual PowerBait and Eggs, grubs, Broken Back Rapalas and night crawlers are all doing well. Don’t forget to check us out on Facebook for more catches and details!
Thus far we have planted 4,000lbs this month including 300lbs of Lightening Trout, with more plants coming!! We Reports from fisherman saying Trout are about 10-12ft deep and still about 20-25ft off shore. Trolling with down riggers and drifting while bait fishing the shoreline in the back of the lake is still working for boaters. Shore fisherman are still stating that the Trout are scattered and moving the shoreline is key. Don’t forget to check us out on Facebook for more catches and details!
We got another $100 tagged Trout come in on Friday. We stocked this Monday 1/29 and have a couple more plants coming this week. Trout are still shallow in the top 10 feet of water and close to shore. Boaters have been having good luck in Mt. Springs area and Jackson Creek drifting and bait fishing the shore line. Trolling still seems to be hit or miss, some have no problems at all while others are struggling. The Spillway and surrounding areas have been good for shore fisherman. We will be hosting Red Hook Adventures “Shore Wars 2018” on Saturday February 17th, Contact Pat for more details (510)209-8715 or Red Hook Adventures on Facebook. Don’t forget to check us out on Facebook for more catches and details!