Warm weather is upon us and the fish are still hanging out a bit deeper at up to 15 feet. With some rain in the forecast this week it could make a good day of fishing for those who don’t mind getting a little wet. There is another plant of 1200lbs scheduled for this week. The water still is a little murky so using bait that is super stinky and shiny lures like Kastmasters are beneficial. Night crawlers and Power Bait seem to be the bait of choice for shore fisherman over this last week. Boaters have been successful trolling the outer edges of the lake still, and have been fishing the back coves of the lake. Reports have been made of more bass being caught towards the back of the lake. Which means that possibly the crappie and blue gill may be on the move too. There is water in places on the lake that haven’t been full in some time so don’t overlook fishing in the back of coves; even if you have to hike a bit it may be rewarding. Check us out on Facebook for more catches and details.
Check out Shawn Burrell from Elk Grove with two nice rainbows, the big fish was 4.60 lbs. This pic was from Tuesday but green power bait seemed to be working well off the dock, nice catch!
Mike Davis posted this picture stating that all these were caught on a Silver/blue Kastmaster by dam last weekend. No tagged fish but they were all nice size.
Had a nice Valentines day fishing with his sweetheart. His catch weighed 3.52 lbs