Fishing report for the week of June 5 to 11: Shaver kokanee; bass in Millerton and Bass Lakes

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See the high levels of water in the San Joaquin River during the peak of spring runoff

The warmer temperatures have increased the melting of the snow and have contributed to increase river flows in San Joaquin, below the Friant dam, which was observed on Friday, May 31, 2019. By

The warmer temperatures have increased the melting of the snow and have contributed to increase river flows in San Joaquin, below the Friant dam, which was observed on Friday, May 31, 2019. By

Compiled by Dave Hurley and edited by Roger George, a former champion of the Olympic class in the state of Fresno and keeper of records at Lake Millerton and who now guides in the Fresno area. Telephone numbers are in the 559 call area unless indicated.

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Sturgeon Delta and bass hitting, reported Randy Pringle. Isabella bites well for multiple species, said Pete Cormier. McClure's bass continues to shed tears, reported Ryan Cook. New kokanee melons and good bass action, said Monte Smith. Millerton and Bass Lake continue with the pitting of the bass, Steve Newman said. Kokanee shaver keeps biting, said Dick Nichols.

Key

1-Test the dynamite

2-have to work hard

3-Possible limits

4 fish jumping on boat

Delta Mendota Canal and Sloughs

Striper 3 Catfish 2

The northern section of the California Aqueduct is moving water, and the best fishing remains in the clearest, moving water south of Highway 152 with anchovies, sardines, or bloodworms along with hard jerkbaits such as the Duo Realis 120s. A lipless crankbait in a yo-yoed presentation works at night.

In the southern section of the aqueduct in Kern County, Pete Cormier of Bob & # 39; s Bait in Bakersfield reported starting his annual June double bass tournament, and Paul Perkins leads with a striped bass of 4.11 pounds. The entrance fee is $ 1, and the leader at the end of the month will collect all entrance fees along with a contribution from Bob & # 39; s Bait. Miniatures of jumbo, anchovies, sardines, blood worms or jerkbaits such as Lucky Craft 128 and tube baits are working. Catfish are also getting involved with blood worms or chicken livers.

Safety precautions should be taken at this time of the year at all times, since the calm waters of the aqueduct are deceptive, since the calm waters can begin to flow quickly without warning, which generates strong currents and turbulence. The concrete sides can be slippery with sand, algae or gravel, which makes it almost impossible to leave without help. The waterlines and safety ladders are periodically spaced along the sides, and the safety ladders are located at the end of the waterlines and along the canal 500 feet away on alternate sides of the Aqueduct and are marked by a yellow background painted on the concrete on the staircase. . There was another drowning in a local canal near Wasco by a fisherman.

Call: Valley Rod and Gun in Clovis 292-3474; Bob's bait bucket 661-833-8657

Eastman Lake

Under 2 Trout 2 Bluegill 2 Catfish 2 Crappie 2

Steve Newman, of Valley Rod and Gun in Clovis, said: "The contrabass bite is kept right with the best action in depths of 15 to 30 feet with templates, Senkos, 10-inch worms, Brush Hogs or lizards, as the The big thing is to graph the fish and then work them until they are ready to go in. There must be some activity around the prey, as the temperature continues to rise as the bass moves upwards along the rocks with deep crankbaits.In the mornings, there is a high-water bite with walking-style lures, such as Zara Spooks or Whopper Ploppers. "The type of fish bite has not yet emerged.The lake rose to 90%.

Call: Eastman Lake 689-3255

Hensley Lake

Under 3 Trout 2 Catfish 2 Bluegill 2 Crappie 2

Newman said: "Hensley has been consistent with the number of anglers who are targeting the Eastman stepsister, and with the largemouth bass in the 2 to 3 pound range with Senkos, spinnerbaits, support veins or other mobile baits. The clarity of the water of the average, and the bite of the type of fish, should take off at some point. "The lake rose to 73%.

Call: Valley Rod Gun, Clovis 292-3474; Army Corps of Engineers, Hensley Lake Hidden Dam 673-5151

Lake Don Pedro

Bass 2 Trout 2 Kokanee 2 King salmon 1 Crappie 2

At Don Pedro, Monte Smith of Gold Country Sport Fishing had a late start during a midweek trip, and said: "After the launch at 9 am, we put five kokanee before they wanted to return at 1 pm losing three more or four fish, the fish have moved, which is quite typical at this time of year, so you have to look for them We were marking fish, but the action was not like last week I have been running a combination of little screams, Uncle Larry's spinners or Apex's lures behind a Sling Blade. "

Mike Gomez, of Berserk Baits, said: "The bite of the sea bass occurs during the first hours of the day before the fish move to deep water at 50 feet with plastics in the drop-shot or jigs. "Large streams or glidebaits also produce a little high-quality horn early in the morning, but the spawning of the shadow is limited to isolated sections of the lake up to the river arm."

Pardee continues to shed 101%, while Don Pedro has increased from 88% to 92%.

Call: Monte Smith 209-581-4734; Ryan Cook – Fishing by Ryan Cook 691-7008, Gary Vella 209-652-7550

Lake Isabella / Bakersfield area

Bass 3 Trout 3 Crappie 3 Catfish 3 Bluegill 2

Peter Cormier, Bob & # 39; s Bait, in Bakersfield, reported on a good action for all species with corsairs in the baits of creatures or dragged lizards, shit in the minijigs or small minnows in the submerged trees around Brown & # 39; s Cove, Rocky Point and Camp 9. The blocks have been removed from River Guns on the main lake with the influx of cold water into the arms of the river. Trout are found in the cooler waters of North Fork, and catfish are stinging frozen sheets, jumbo minnows or clams. The lake is beginning to release water, and fell from 60 to 59%. Upper and lower rivers are still high with melting snow since water emissions have been high. There is a bite of crapacho, bluegill and catfish in Buena Vista, and when the type of crappie slowed for a few days in Isabella, many locals went to Buena Vista for the slabs.

Call: Bob & # 39; s Bait Bucket 661-833-8657; North Fork Marina 760-376-1812; Golden Trout Pack Station 542-2816

Lake kaweah

Bass 2 Crappie 2 Trout 2 Catfish 2

The lake is beginning to fall, and went from 83% to 79% this week. There continues to be a slow bite as the high water has pulled down from the shores and into deeper water along with the lack of action in the tournaments during the month of June. The recreational sailing season has started at the lake. With the release of water, the lake will need to stabilize, and the action of the bass should improve. Crappie has been taken around the structure near Horse Creek with minijigs or small to medium ones.

Call: Sierra Sporting Goods 592-5212

Lake Success

Under 2 Trout 2 Catfish 2 Crappie 2 Bluegill 2

Chuck Stokke, of The Sequoia Fishing Company in Springville, said: "The lake is 96% full, and the bass has gone through a crazy climate in recent weeks, from the heat to the cold, the storms and the rain. The fishermen use large swimbaits, crankbaits and plastics, and are collecting some quality basss.The best action has been around the trees and submerged points.The Tule River is closed for recreational access due to an accidental drowning a few weeks ago. I was in hard work and dangerous, I was in Ponderose last weekend, and we experienced hail, snow, rain, sun, lightning and lightning, Pescé Peppermint Creek, and landed beautiful rainbows planted with my friend, Jack Price. "

Stokke is starting fly flip classes on the second Sunday of every month at 10 a.m. at the Pierpoint Café. Classes are free and all equipment is provided.

Call: Sequoia Fishing Co. 539-5626, sequoiafishingcompany.com

McClure Reservoir

Bass 3 Trout 2 King salmon 0 Kokanee 0 Crappie 2 Catfish 2

The fishing group Mother Lode Kayak arrived at Lake McClure on Sunday with 64 kayakers for the largest tournament so far in northern California. Shad is spawning throughout the reservoir, and the reaction sting in surface and subsurface waters has been outstanding.

Ryan Cook, from Ryan Cook's Guide Service, said: "We had 64 kayakers, and the three finalists got their fish to fall in scales or in water lures, shading is spawning everywhere, all over the lake. Found on the steep walls of the canyons and on the back of the grassy plains, I have never seen this lake so healthy.With all the shading, 100% of our lures have been imitations of shading with flukes, lures Surface waters or spinnerbaits We have increased some decent limits to 15 pounds this week, which is very good for McClure. "

Cook and Mother Lode Kayak Fishing took on the task of organizing a fundraising event on June 15 for Mason Ferruli de Ripon, called Fishing McClure for Mason. Cook said: "We will be leaving Barrett's South Cove with an all-inclusive $ 200 entry fee, including Big Fish, and the tournament will be limited to 80 boats." In addition to the event, we are organizing a grand raffle, and Some expensive items have already been donated, such as the AKC Labrador Retriever from Black Cloud Kennels, a rigged fishing kayak donated by Douglas Goodman through Headwaters Kayaks in Lodi, and a Stage Stop gun at Atwater. "To donate an item or register for the event, call Cook at 691-7008.

Mike Gomez, of Berserks Bait, and Bait Barn, in Waterford, reported a good and continued bite for the spotted and big bass with Berserk's Brownies or Johnny's specials.

Steve Marquette, of Lake McClure / McSwain Recreational Company, reported that Topwater's lures worked on the coasts near Houseboats for basses of up to 5 pounds, even in the middle of the day.

The lake is 83%.

Call: Ryan Cook – Fishing by Ryan Cook 691-7008

McSwain Reservoir

Steve Marquette, of Lake McSwain / McClure Recreation Company, said: "Trout fishing has been decent from the coasts and for the trollers with onions / marshmallows or trout baits that work on the coasts along with the trollers that pull the masters of gold. The second large rainbow of 9.2 pounds was reported this week from the area near the marina in the rainbow trout bait. Trout plants will occur intermittently during the summer months. The lake is still very high and close to the flood level. "

Call: McSwain Marina 209-378-2534

Lake Millerton / San Joaquin River

Under 3 Scratched Under 1 Shad 1 Bluegill 2 Crappie 3

Steve Newman, of Valley Rod and Gun, said: "The best cut of spotted and large seabass is found in the main lake with a 6-inch green plastic pumpkin, Pro Blue, Hologram Shad, or roses and oranges in a Neko Rig Crazy style like The basses are raising crawdads. There is some action in the templates, and the upper water bite starts after 4 p.m. with Poppers. Crappie are found in the trees of the main lake with minijigs. There are piles of rocks or unmarked rocks along the edges of the reservoir, particularly upstream, as the lake continues to rise. Navigators should be very cautious when they run along the edges. There are also fallen trees and floating logs and debris in the arm of the river.

The lake was reduced from 84% to 73% as the lower San Joaquin is also on the rise.

Call: Valley Rod & Gun 292-3474

New melons / tulloch reservoir

Bass 3 Crappie 2 Catfish 2 Trout 2 Kokanee 3

The kokanee action continues to be solid in New Melones as the number of Kokanee fishermen from northern California are converging on the lake. It is not inconceivable that the lake relinquishes a 20-inch kokanee at the end of summer.

Monte Smith of Gold Country Sport Fishing was at the lake this week, and said: "We finished with 12 kokanee, losing another dozen in the process along with a 6 pound brown that was thrown in. Tom Van Fleet from Oakdale caught and threw the brown at 25 feet, and our best action was 25 to 40 feet with Uncle Larry's spinning wheels, little hoochies or Apex lures behind Sling Blades, the interesting thing is that a lot of the fish are biting very light, and you have to be In the reeds right away, some of the bigger kokanee are taking it out of the launch of the stabilizer, but a lot of them are just taking advantage of the lures, I've been changing the presentations to see what works best. "We've stayed away from the fleet, and there have been up to 35 boats during a working day near the Spillway. "

Alan Fong, from the fisherman's store in Sacramento, is contemplating a trip to New Melones this week in search of the largest kokanee, and the attraction of big fish can lead him to drive an extra hour to this lake instead of approaching Berryessa. " .

Mark Watzke continues to find kokanee limits at 17 inches, and has been working away from Spillway since most of the boats have congregated in the area. He said: "With all the boats in the Spillway, we went around the middle of the lake until we found some who wanted to play." Once we were with them, it was a constant action during the following hours, but we fought to get them to the network, losing four to get the final fish in the box at 9:45 a.m. "

John Liechty, of Xperience's Fishing Guide Service, said that "for large and spotted bass," the bass is excellent since the weather is beginning to stabilize. The bite was phenomenal during the days of inclement weather, but slowed a few days after the weather cleared. The sting of high waters has not existed, and our best action has been with swimsuits or small plastics on a Ned-Rig or crazy platform. Sea bass is found in shallow water, 5 to 15 feet, with most spots 15 to 25 feet. "There is a lot of flooded vegetation as the lake has once again risen to the level it had in February, and with the new growth, there are a lot of young and blue in the grass."

The lake is rising once again, and rose from 83% to 86%.

Call: Glory Hole Sports 209-736-4333; Monte Smith 209-581-4734; Fishing guide service John Liechty Xperience 209-743-9932

Pines / Kings River Reservoir

Bass 2 Trout 2 Kokanee 0 King salmon 0 Catfish 2 Crappie 2

"Pine Flat Reservoir has been hit or lost by the stain and bass of the big mouth, since the melting of snow has poured into the reservoir." The low Kings River in Tulare County has been closed for all recreational use due to the rapid flow of the Army Corps of Engineers. Water release through the Pine Flat dam. Kings County authorities closed the river access two weeks ago, and more than 300 people have been evacuated from Riverland Resort in Kingsburg when the water filled the parking lot and the soaking wet mobile homes. Recreational use includes all boating and swimming.

In Pine Flat, Steve Newman, of Valley Rod and Gun in Clovis, said: "There are some good quality bass in post-spawn mode, but you have to look for them. Jake Figgs from our store came out this week, and he fought and ended up with just one fish after running around everywhere. The best action is at the main lake for larger fish at depths of 20 to 30 feet with swimbaits, jigs, spinnerbaits and umbrella platforms. There are low bass that run along the coasts when the tarpon has moved back to the coves, and jerkbaits or Topwater Poppers are working on the coves like Windy Gap and Lefevre Creek. With cold water entering the upper part of the reservoir, the trout fishermen drag salmon eggs or night fishermen into the moving water on Trimmer Marina. Crappie is being held in the flooded trees below Trimmer, and the mint or shadow patterns are picking up some slabs. The warmer weather will make these fish more active. "

Pine Flat fell from 77% to 74%.

Call: Valley Rod & Gun 292-3474; Sequoia Fishing Co. 539-5626

Reservoir of San Luis and O'Neill Forebay

Striper 2 Catfish 2 Bass 2 Crappie 2

The San Luis reservoir continues to fall, and although the striped bass has fallen into the water column, the action of the troll seems to be improving. The action of the shore with the bait seems to be slower, but there are still some fishermen that launch baits of reaction on the surface and under the water from the coasts.

Mickey Clements at Coyote Bait and Tackle at Morgan Hill said: "The trolling bite is improving, as most of the boats point to Portuguese Cove or the submerged islands in front of the Romero Visitor Center with Lucky Craft Pointer 128 in Ayu or American Shad "

Roger George, of the Roger George Guide Service, said he hosted two professional fishermen from the saltwater tournament in San Diego, Chad Gierlich and Al Vásquez, both from Hookup Baits, on Thursday and Friday. "It was an epic journey! We left on Thursday, and before being hit by sudden winds of more than 30 miles per hour, Chad got a better 30-inch player. Friday was better, but the fish were inactive and I was not finding fish. That's when my big engine went off; I thought we were finished. Fortunately, with Bill Manuszak's phone help at Ed & # 39; s Marine, we fixed it. I made a run to a new area in the west and started trolling, seeing fish that seemed active. We began to hook colored Lucky Crafts trolling, various hard baits and connection templates. The crazy bite lasted four hours. We ended up with more than 50 stripers released for the day with most in the class from 21 to 26 inches more. Chad got another PB with a 30-inch heavy fish that weighed 10 pounds and Al had a 9-pound fish. In a lapse of 10 minutes, both fish lost in the teenagers on the boat. Having two efficient professional fishermen on board changed the numbers we could produce during the dive. Then, it stopped in its tracks! The next day he returned to the subnormal. The general bite has been sporadic but mostly slow. "

Steve Newman at Valley Rod and Gun in Clovis said: "The striper bite has continued to be good with the jerkbaits, but the new color of the umbrella platform, Purple Urkle, has sold well. We have not been selling much bait since the fishermen are really focusing on using hard reaction baits. "

There are not many changes in the banking, being the rule the use of small basses striped with anchovies, sardines, blood worms or frozen sheets near the moving water that surrounds the Bridge of Highway 33 or Check 12.

San Luis fell from 73% to 71% of capacity.

Call: Coyote Bait and Tackle 408-463-0711, Roger George, 905-2954, rogergeorgeguideservice.com

High Sierra

Under 3 Trout 2 Kokanee 2

Steve Newman said: "The bass bite has been very good in the shallow areas around the docks with Senkos, Brush Hogs or baits of similar creatures in a slow fall.The crankbaits or ripbaits are effective in the rocky areas, but the More effective is throwing a Senko in a green pumpkin, a purple green or blue in the shaded areas at the corners of the docks.There is a good kind of bass from 3 to 5 pounds available, but the basses are not in chase mode. The inclement weather of recent weeks has delayed the arrival of heavy recreational craft traffic, but this will soon change with the warm weather and the end of the traditional school year. "

Todd Wittwer, of the Kokanee.net Guide Service, said: "The trout trolling has been going up and down in some days of very good rainbow action with the MAG Tackle spinners behind a dodger at depths of up to 20 feet." .

The lake fell to 88%.

The Sheriff's motor fee applies throughout the year. A lake webcam is available at basslakeca.com/index.php.

Call: Todd Wittwer 288-8100; Mike Beighey 642-3748

Edison / Florence / Mammoth Pool

Kaiser Pass is being cleaned continuously, and the planned opening for vehicles is this weekend. Check the Caltrans website at www.dot.ca.gov/cgi-bin/roads.cgi or call 800-427-7623 to learn about road conditions. Edison rose to 32%, Florence is also rising to 33%, and Mammoth Pool is above its capacity at 102%.

Call: Vermilion Valley Resort on Edison Lake 259-4000

Shaver Lake / Huntington Lake

Kokanee 3 Trout 2

The water temperature in Shaver Lake has increased steadily over the past week, and the kokanee bite remains consistent with more and more boats attacking landlocked salmon.

Dick Nichol of Dick & # 39; s Fishing Charters said: "After a few very rainy, snowy and cold weeks in Shaver Lake, we found that the lake level actually receded a few feet when Southern California Edison lowered the lake from 3 % to 5% as a result of the recent storm and the heavy snow pack We continue to find the limits of kokanee, but the bite is not what it had been before the storms The water temperature rose from 49 to 55 degrees, but the residents of Shaver Lake, Lee Gates, David Colliver and Tom Mozzetti joined me for a morning trip through three boundaries of kokanee with Mozzetti also picking up a rainbow of trophies.Friday, Rich Hughett and his fiance Bobby Baccei of Monterrey were limited with quality kokanee and a rainbow trout, and both days we set the limits with Koke Busters of pink or orange Dick with shrimp-scented corn behind a Flasher Mountain / purple / pink. Saturday produced limits once again for Frank Esparza and his grandson Chris Flores de Fresno, and Chris also got an 18-inch brown trout and a rainbow trophy. We have been tagging many fish from 23 to 27 feet, but these fish have not been biting. The best places have been from Point to Black Rock. "

Todd Wittwer, of the Kokanee.net Guide Service, said: "The thunderstorms during the weekend affected the action a bit, but we ended up with 10 kokanee, losing another dozen, while we pulled the exclusive squids of Rocky Mountain Tackle on white Pearl behind a purple / pink Dodger of the tsunami 15 to 25 feet from Black Rock to the island There have been some deeper fish, but our best action has been in this range. "

Tom Oliviera of Tom Oliviera Fishing said: "I had the pleasure of helping celebrate the birthday of Jeff Ostrom with a fishing trip. The fishing was not turned off at the beginning, but when we found it it was a constant bite in the water of 57.6 degrees. We use several MAG TACKLE Dodger / hoochie steups. but the best was Orange Stealth paired with hoochie with orange-tipped glitters and perfumed orange corn. The kokanee are moving a bit now. The best places we found were from the point to the black rock from the surface to 23 ".

The twenty-second edition of the Youth Fishing Derby will take place on Saturday June 8 with children from 3 to 15 years old invited to have the opportunity to win numerous prizes donated by local merchants, including the first fish, the last fish, the most small, the largest limit, the biggest fish and the youngest. angler. There is also a casting contest along with the big fish category divided into three age groups: 3-7, 8-11 and 12-15. All children will participate in a free derby raffle that includes a family fishing trip on the lake, a half-day rental of pontoons, fishing tackle, sports equipment, clothing, gift certificates and more. Registration is available at www.sierratrophytrout.org/derby or in the Southern California Day Use area on Route # 2 from 7:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. on the day of derby. For more information, contact Greg Marks at 855-8752.

The shaver is at 74%.

Call: Dick Nichols, Dick & # 39; s Fishing Charters 281-6948; Todd Wittwer, Kokanee.net Guide Service 288-8100; Dinkey Creek Inn 841-3435; Tom Oliveira Fishing 802-8072

Wishon / Courtright

Kelly Brewer, from the RV store and the Wishon Village camp, reported that the road is open for Wishon, and the RV store and the Wishon Village camp are now open. The lake is low, but it rises slowly. The sailors will have to launch from the dirt road since the concrete launch is far away on the ramp. Coastal fishermen are picking up some remaining rainbow in the bait of the trout mass or night fishermen, while the trollers pull the combinations of blades / caterpillars for a few trout per rod. The road is open to Wishon, but it is still closed to Courtright, but it should be open soon in the heat.

Call: Wishon RV Park 865-5361

Half Moon Bay

Salmon 2 Rockfish 3 Striper 2 Crab 3 Surf Perch 3

The salmon bite is still slow as the main school continues moving north, so it's fishing from Half Moon Bay with the Huli cat hitting the deep reef in 220 feet of water by the fish limits of rock and crabs on Sunday.

Ankeny Street published 180 rockfish, including 10 cabezon at 9 pounds, along with 15 ling cods at 26 pounds for 22 fishermen despite the fact that the south wind caused a difficult drift. With the high head count, the shallow waters worked from the Ritz Hotel to below Pescadero in 60 feet or less on the small rocks.

The boundaries of the rockfish have been modified, and as of June 1, 2 ling cods over 22 inches will comprise a daily limit south of Cape Mendocino in Humboldt County, along with the secondary limits of 2 to 3 rockfish canaries and 3 to 4 black rock fish. The total daily limit of the rockfish will be maintained in 10 fish.

Call: Captain Dennis Baxter, new Captain Pete 650-576-3844; Captain Tom Mattusch, Huli Cat 650-619-0459

Monterey / Santa Cruz

Salmon 2 Rockfish 3 Striper 3 Surf Perch 3

Out of Chris's landing in Monterey, the salmon bite is still very slow with only 4 salmon for 19 fishermen on Sunday at Check Mate. The Estrella de Monterey left with 33 fishermen for rock fishing, returning with 33 limits and 15 codfish. They had some cancellations on Saturday, June 8, and there is no room for cod.

Along the beaches, Mickey Clements, of Coyote Bait and Tackle, in Morgan Hill, reported an excellent surf perch activity along the beaches of Santa Cruz County, with more and more striped bass on Manressa beach .

Call: The landing of Chris 831-375-5951; Allen Bushnell, Santa Cruz Kayak and Surf Casting 831-251-9732

San Francisco Bay

Salmon 3 Halibut 3 Striper 2 Rockfish 3 Leopard Shark 2 Sturgeon 2

The salmon advance to the north, and the party boats found them on Saturday and Sunday for the limits of most of the boats. The degree is solid. The private navigator Scotty Marran of Yuba City published 3 salmon weighing more than 12 pounds, and the final fish was unbolted 6 feet from the boat. I was dragging a combination of anchovy / chrome dodger to depths of 26 to 35 feet in the downriggers in 55 feet of water off of Muir Beach and a little to the north.

The new Berkeley Easy Rider registered 20 limits at 24 pounds, while Emeryville's Pacific Pearl found 20 salmon at 16 pounds for 16 anglers. Many more boats will target salmon in the next week.

The salmon action was hot on Monday, with Captain Jerad Davis of the Salty Lady publishing 13 salmon limits at 9:30 a.m. North of Duxbury Buoy.

Emeryville's new Huck Finn traveled to the Farallones with a charter on Sunday for 25 limits of rockfish and 8 lings before making some deviations within the bay for 12 halibut and a striped bass.

Inside the San Francisco Bay, the madness for the halibut continues and, despite the strong winds over the weekend, Captain Trent Slate of Bite Me Charters, of Loch Lomond Marina, published 6 halibut limits in the bay central on Saturday. He said: "We had 7 connections in our first drift, but the wind picked up and we had to hide in Paradise to complete our limits."

Captain Steve Mitchell, of Hook'd Up Sport Fishing, posted near halibut limits for his clients despite the strong winds and marine passengers. The winds were so strong that the passengers even got sick inside the bay. Tanto Slate como Mitchell tienen mucho espacio para los viajes a la bahía a lo largo de la semana hasta el fin de semana.

Los barcos de fiesta más grandes continúan con una puntuación de alrededor de 2 fletán por pescador para obtener una puntuación muy respetable para la continuación del "Año del Halibut".

Llamada: Captain Trent Slate, Bite Me Charters 415-307-8582; Happy Hooker 510-223-5388; El capitán Jerad Davis, Salty Lady 415-760-9362; Capitán Steve Mitchell 707-655-6736

San luis obispo

Rockfish 3 Surf perch 2 Salmon 2

Los botes de salmón comerciales están aprovechando la mejor acción de salmón en esta sección de la costa en 20 años, como Giovanni DeGarimore, propietario de Giovanni´s Fish Market & Galley en Morro Bay, citó una distribución de 15,000 libras solo el martes.

Sin embargo, para los barcos de fiesta, todavía se trata de rockfish. Phenix y Patriot salieron de Patriot Sport Fishing en el puerto de San Luis el domingo con un total de 48 pasajeros por 39 bermellón, 9 de cobre, 385 peces de roca, 46 Bolina, un cabezon y 3 ling bacalao a 9 libras con Marlon Jimeao de Bakerfield aterrizando el premio mayor ling. Fuera de Morro Bay Landing, el Endeavour, Avenger y Starfire salieron el domingo con un total de 89 pescadores para 455 bermellones, 20 Boccaccio, 40 de cobre y 345 peces de roca surtidos para acompañar de 56 a 21 libras. Fuera del desembarco de Virg en Morro Bay, el Fiesta y Black Pearl salieron el lunes con 56 pescadores por 155 bermellones, 219 surtidos, 66 de cobre, 19 Boccaccio, 23 peces de roca canarios para ir con 4 ling bacalaos. Todos los puertos están realizando una variedad de viajes en las próximas semanas para el bacalao / bacalao, incluidos los viajes nocturnos.

Llamada: El aterrizaje de Virg 800-762-5263; Patriot Sport Fishing 805-595-4100

Delta / Stockton

Bass 3 Striper 2 Sturgeon 3 Catfish 2 Bluegill 2 Shad 2

Los bajos rayados se están moviendo de regreso a la Bahía de San Francisco desde el río superior, y después de esta próxima luna llena, los rios descendentes deberían estar inundando a través del Delta hacia las pilas de roca en el centro de la Bahía de San Francisco. Las sombras continúan migrando a través del Delta hacia los afluentes superiores de Feather, Yuba y American River, y la acción del esturión es sólida para aquellos que desean sentarse en el ancla.

Para el contrabajo, Clyde Wands, experto en trolling superficial, estaba en el río Sacramento a lo largo de Cisjordania hasta Hobo Beach, y dijo: "No hay muchos stripers en el sistema, al menos donde estamos pescando". Recogimos dos stripers de 24 y 26 pulgadas en Cisjordania y otro de 6 libras en Hobo Beach. Un amigo estaba en Broad Slough, y terminó con un límite de stripers apenas legales. Volví a salir nuevamente el viernes, y terminamos con tres stripers a 8 libras a lo largo de Cisjordania con el striper más grande en un troll poco profundo con un P-Line Angry Eye Minnow. Los peces están dispersos, y todo se ha ralentizado, pero sé que los intermedios regresarán a través del Delta durante todo el mes de junio. Estos peces fueron engendrados esta semana ".

Jeff Soo Hoo, de Soo Hoo's Sport Fishing, en Lauritzen's Yacht Harbor en Oakley, cerró su operación de Delta durante los meses de verano del fin de semana pasado y dijo: "Miramos a nuestro alrededor en el lado de Sacramento la semana pasada, y los stripers están dispersos. ”

Para la lubina, Alan Fong, del almacén de pescadores en Sacramento, entró en el norte del Delta durante la semana, y dijo: "Golpeamos las malezas, sin encontrar más de 2.5 libras en la marea pequeña que elevó la maleza solo unos pocos pies. This week should be much better. There are areas with enough weed growth to punch.”

Captain Steve Mitchell of Hook’d Up Sport Fishing was out on Sunday with friends in the Big Cut, and they caught and released 6 sturgeon that were either slot-limit or oversized using salmon roe. He said, “The sturgeon bite is as good as it has been all year long, but there is hardly anyone out there fishing.”

Tony Lopez of Benicia Bait said, “The wind was the big story on Sunday, and the high gusts kept many fishermen from heading out. I am hearing good reports from the Big Cut and Montezuma Slough for sturgeon with salmon roe, but there haven’t been many heading out there. The grass shrimp is getting larger and larger as Curtis Hayes is back out again with his larger net.”

There are areas of clear water in the San Joaquin system, and in order to find quality largemouth bass, clear water is a necessity. Striped bass action is best along the west side of the San Joaquin system. The wind was a limiting factor over the weekend with high gusts affecting the ability to fish on Sunday.

For largemouth bass, Randy Pringle, the Fishing Instructor, said, “The Delta is going to break wide open as it gets warmer and warmer every day. The topwater and frog bite will be happening, and normally, this bite would already be happening, but it is late this year with all of the cold weather and rain.”

Vince Borges of Vince Borges Outdoors said, “The bass bite is getting pretty good, and I participated in the 50-team Costa Bass N’Fly event over the weekend and ended up 4th which made me pretty happy since I rarely fly fish. We saw so many fish moving up, and I think this June will be the biggest spawn of the year. I was working to pick up a 12-pound largemouth on the fly, and I hooked the buck bass that was on her bed before having her hit the fly at least 7 times without getting hooked. I stayed on this fish for quite some time as this would have put us over the top in the tournament, and we saw a dozen largemouth bass in the 5- to 10-pound range swim past her bed before she chased these fish off. This next week is going to be exciting as the frog bite should take off after this wave of spawn. The heat wave will bring out the frog bite, and usually we are starting to slow down in June, but the best time of year is just coming on. The water is dirty in the south Delta, but I have been finding clear water. The tournament weights in June are going to rise significantly.”

Dan Mathisen of Dan’s Delta Outdoors at Russo’s Marina on Bethel Island confirmed Borges’s observations, saying, “There are a lot of fresh fish moving up to spawn, and the spinnerbait and frog bite is picking up. Punching the weeds is also effective. For striped bass, I have been working Sherman Lake with Optimum’s Bad Bubba Shad swimbait or the River2Sea Swaver for stripers from 20 to 26 inches with the occasional 30-inch striper in the mix. The wind has been a factor, and it was whitecapping on Frank’s Tract on Sunday afternoon.”

Captain Jeff Soo Hoo of Soo Hoo’s Sport Fishing finished his striper season on the San Joaquin on Sunday, but he said, “We had to work for them, and after scoring limits by 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, it took until 1:30 p.m. for limits on Sunday. The wind was really bad, and we had to hide in False River for our fish with minnows or mudsuckers as the spoon bite has slowed. The stripers are scattered and they aren’t really aggressively feeding.”

H and R Bait in Stockton reported 70 pounds of fresh shad came into the shop on the weekend, but few anglers have been out along the local sloughs.

Call: Randy Pringle 209-543-6260; Captain Steve Mitchell 707-655-6736; Vince Borges, Vince Borges Outdoors 209-918-0828; J.D. Richey, Richey’s Sport Fishing 916-952-1554

Lake Nacimiento/San Antonio/Santa Margarita/Lopez

Bass 3 White bass 3 Striper 1 Catfish 2 Crappie 3

At Nacimiento, there were some impressive weights brought to the scale during Saturday’s Best Bass Tournament with the winning team posting a 3-pound average which is excellent for this spotted bass lake. The spots have moved out into deeper water with the dropping lake levels, and they are scattered. There are areas in which the shad are spawning, and the white bass are found around the shad spawns in the coves with small white topwater lures or spoons such as Kastmasters, Bluegill have also moved into deeper water, and red worms are working for the panfish. Some huge crappie to 2 pounds have been dragged out of the brush with minijigs, but the slabs are also moving out with the dropping water levels. worms are the ticket for the panfish. The fuel dock is now selling fuel again from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The lake dropped slightly to 79%.

At San Antonio, the lake held at 42%, and the lake is now open daily at the South Shore, but there is no announced plan for the opening of the North Shore Marina. Catfish remain the top option with cut baits such as mackerel loaded with scent. There have been no additional striped bass reported since the lineside that was landed the previous week as there has been concern that the striped bass had died off with the low water conditions during the drought. Bass fishing remains slow.

At Lopez Lake, there is a topwater bite in the early morning before dropping to the bottom with shad-patterned plastics in 4- to 6-inch range on the drop shot or Texas rig. The majority of bass are largemouth with a few smallmouth in the mix. There is an algae bloom forming on the lake, and the water is cloudy in areas. Crappie are found around brush in the shallows with minijigs, and bluegill or red ear perch are also a possibility with red worms.

At Santa Margarita, quality largemouth bass in the 3- to 5-pound range are possible with big plastics on the drop-shot or Texas rig as 6 to 8-inch worms or Senkos are effective along with large creature baits or jigs. The reaction bite has slowed. Catfish are taken on mackerel of similar cut baits near the marina shoreline. Boaters are advised to contact the lake’s ranger station at 805-788-2397 for information on the availability of the single ramp.

Webcams: 805webcams.com/lopez-lake-webcam, lakenacimientolive.com, 805webcams.com/santa-margarita-lake-webcam-california.

Call: Lake Nacimiento 805-238-1056, ext. 3; Lake San Antonio Marina 805-472-2818; Central Coast Bass Fishing.com 805-466-6557

More online

Go to fresnobee.com/fishing for Ocean, Delta, Kern County and Central Coast lakes and for event results and the tournament schedule.

Kerman Bass Club: June 1 at McClure – 1, Richard Neal/Jerry Waldrip, 17.52 pounds (Big Fish 5.10); 2, John Horton/Jeff Farmer, 12.87; 3, Mitch Melikian/Matt Dolph, 11.46.

Best Bass Tournaments: June 1 at Nacimiento – 1, Graham Grove/Brandon Colombo, 15.04 (Big Fish 4.26); 2, Tim and Ti Sharpe, 13.31; 3, Damon Meeks/Jay Short, 11.81.

Modesto Ambassadors Night Tournament: June 1-2 at Don Pedro – 1, Jeff/Alex Gervase, 19.84; 2, Bryan Roland/Jimmy Ghiorso, 19.54; 3, William Vernon/Jason Hopper, 19.02. Big Fish – Raymond Padilla/Ramiro Cardenas, 10.92.

Mother Lode Kayak Fishing: June 2 at McClure – 1, James Pratt, 50 inches (Big Fish 18 inches); 2, Damian Thao, 48; 3, Sean Beach, 46.75. Legends Division (65 and over) – 1, Morgan Swisher, 43.75.

June 8-9: Delta/B and W Resort – California Bass Nation

June 8: Delta/Ladd’s Marina – Gold Country Jr. Bass Club/Manteca Bassin’ Buddies, Tulloch – 17-90 Bass Club, Don Pedro – Merced Bass Club, Pine Flat – New Jen Bass Tournaments/Kings River Bass Club, Shaver Lake – Youth Trout Derby, Success – Cen Cal Elite Bass Tournaments, Isabella – Golden Empire Bass Club, Lopez – Bakersfield Bass Club, Santa Margarita- Kern County Bassmasters

June 9: Delta/B and W Resort – Fresno Bass Club, Don Pedro – New Jen Bass Tournaments, Eastman – Kings VIII Bass Club, Hensley – River Rats, Success – Porterville Bass Club

June 12-13: Delta/Russo’s Marina – California Firefighters

June 13-14: Delta/B and W Resort – B.A.S.S.

June 14: Nacimiento – 101 Bass

June 15-16: Delta/B and W Resort – B.A.S.S.

June 15: New Melones – Kayak Bass Fishing, McClure – Fishing McClure for Mason, Santa Margarita – San Luis Obispo Bass Ambushers

Trout plants

Week of June 9 by California Department of Fish and Wildlife:

Fresno County: Wishon Reservoir

Madera County: Bass Lake

Tulare County: Tule River South Fork Middle Fork #2

Week of June 16 by DFW:

Fresno County: Courtright Reservoir, Hume Lake

Kern County: Brite Valley Reservoir, Kern River sections 4-5

Tulare County: Balch Park Lake upper and lower, Hedrick Pond (Redwood Lake), Kern River sections 5-6

Solunar table

AM

PM

Minor

Major

Minor

Major

>Wednesday

7:21

1:06

7:50

1:36

Thursday

8:26

2:11

8:56

2:41

Friday

9:31

3:17

10:01

3:46

Saturday

10:34

4:20

11:02

4:48

Sunday

11:33

5:19

11:59

5:46

q-Monday

12:00

6:13

12:25

6:38

Tuesday

12:49

7:01

1:13

7:26

q = quarter moon > = peak activity

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Source:https://www.fresnobee.com/sports/outdoors/hunting-fishing/article231164943.html

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