The deceased & # 39; Captain Jack & # 39; of Shaver Lake
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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Delta bass, stripers, tarpon and sturgeon all hit, reported Alan Fong. McClure expelling bass numbers, said Ryan Cook. Don Pedro throwing kokanee and bass, reported Monte Smith. The action of the Millerton and Pine Flat lows is solid, said Steve Newman. The new Melones bass and the chopping kokanee, reported John Liechty. Active kokanee shaver, said Dick Nichols.
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Delta Mendota Canal and Sloughs
Striper 3 Catfish 2
The northern section of the California Aqueduct continues to heat up, and more and more fishermen are starting to work the floodgates with large weights, large swimbaits in shadow patterns or soaking bait with 5 to 6 ounces of weight to stay on top flowing
In the southern section of the aqueduct in Kern County, Bob Batesfield's Pete Cormier said: "Fishing with striped bass is decent with small jumbo, anchovies, sardines, blood worms or jerkbaits like Lucky Craft. 128s along with tube baits. The catfish is 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. .
Call: Valley Rod and Gun in Clovis 292-3474; Bob's bait bucket 661-833-8657
Under 2 Trout 2 Bluegill 2 Catfish 2 Crappie 2
Steve Newman, of Valley Rod and Gun in Clovis, said: "The contrabass bite has been unpredictable with the best action on the islands' ridges at depths of 15 to 30 feet with swimbaits or jigs of Slow crawling There is a wakebait bite early in the morning, which means that the low puff is moving up early in the day This is the time of the year when you work without tips on the main lagoon points and the piles of rock, and the key is to grind the bait to structure or the yo-yoing.The arm of the river is eliminating the large mouth bass in the range of 2 to 4 pounds with crankbaits, jigs or square squad Senkos around areas Grass with rock The arm of the river is lighter, while the main lake is beginning to show a bit of flowering.The type of fish bite has not yet emerged. "The lake remained at 87 percent.
Call: Eastman Lake 689-3255
Under 2 Trout 2 Catfish 2 Bluegill 2 Crappie 2
Newman said: "Hensley remains calm but consistent for large basses in the 2 to 3 pound range at the high end with a lot of smaller basses. There is a template bite along with Senkos at the bottom in darker colors with a large trailer or tail, and the reaction bite should improve with spinnerbaits or lower spaces. The big shot is still scarce. " The lake increased slightly to 68 percent.
Call: Valley Rod Gun, Clovis 292-3474; Army Corps of Engineers, Hensley Lake Hidden Dam 673-5151
Lake Don Pedro
Bass 3 Trout 2 Kokanee 3 King salmon 1 Crappie 2
The bite of the upstream lows in Don Pedro has been encouraged, and there was a single intense limit during the event of the Best Low Tournaments last weekend. Kokanee is another solid option, and landlocked salmon is in as good shape as it is in memory.
Monte Smith, of Gold Country Sport Fishing, had inclement weather this week, and found good action for a quality kokanee despite the impending storms and the full moon. He said: "We must have lost our first four tricks, because once we pulled the bars, two rods were fired, but we found a good bite and ended up with 11 kokanee and 2 rainbow trout, the key was to stay away from the other boats They worked in the area and found our own water when the bite went out every time another boat started coming in. The Micro-Hoochies and Uncle Larry's spinning wheels behind a Sling Blade or Vance's Dodger in 33 55 feet have been working, but the deeper bars have not been as busy as those higher up in the water column, one of the kokanee was a 16-inch, 1.15-pound man, and he already had teeth in his upper jaw These are the cleanest and brightest kokanee I have seen in Don Pedro without parasites and with a twinkle of ten cents, but I am afraid that the action will go off sooner rather than later, since the kokanee is already ezando to show signs of turns. "The water temperature dropped from 70 degrees earlier in the week to 66 degrees after the storms."
The best bass tournaments held an event on the lake on Saturday with 41 boats, and tournament director Kevin Cheek said: "We had an inclement weather in all the tournaments this spring, and we would have had more than 60 fishermen if The weather was clear, Christian Ostrander and Ronnie Heil got the first place for more than 11 pounds with 27.13 pounds with a big fish with 7.69, but they did not reveal their winning technique We heard about the good action of the Topwater Spooks along with the templates, and there are several fish suspended. "
Ryan Cook, of Ryan Cook & # 39; s Fishing, confirmed the bite on top of the water, along with springs and jigs. He said: "Most of the time I've been launching the River2Sea Rover or the Vixen of Reaction Innovation, and I prepare myself with both every day since the bass prefer one over the other on different days."
The lake has increased to 90 percent.
Call: Monte Smith 209-581-4734; Ryan Cook – Fishing by Ryan Cook 691-7008, Gary Vella 209-652-7550
Lake Isabella / Bakersfield area
Bass 2 Trout 2 Crappie 3 Catfish 2 Bluegill 2
Pete Cormier, of Bob & # 39; s Bait, in Bakersfield, reported that inclement weather affected the region over the weekend, but up to 15 of the banks at Brown & # 39; s Cove have been removed. He said: "The types of fish are still around the lows near the structure, and the small fish or live minijigs are working in. The bank fishermen still have a decent chance to load on the slabs." South Fork, Rocky Point and Camp 9 are still three of the best locations, bass fishing is decent with crankbaits, plastics or deep diving templates, but the bite of the swimbait has been quiet.The lake increased from 56 to 60 percent. The upper and lower waters are still high with melting snow since water emissions have been high, catfish, bass and trout have been caught in the river near the city due to high water levels. "Burning Man" event that took place in the lake during the past week.
Call: Bob & # 39; s Bait Bucket 661-833-8657; North Fork Marina 760-376-1812; Golden Trout Pack Station 542-2816
Bass 2 Crappie 2 Trout 2 Catfish 2
The lake is rising dramatically, rising from 82 to 87 percent this week. There have been few reports, since the high water has moved the seabass off the shore and into deeper waters. The New Jen Bass Tournaments will hold an event next Sunday and there will be more information based on the results of the tournaments. Water discharges will begin soon, and once the lake stabilizes, the pitting 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
Under 3 Trout 2 Catfish 2 Crappie 2 Bluegill 2
The lake has swollen to 95% of its capacity, and the action of the bass remains solid with Senkos, crankbaits and spinnerbaits with a trailer. Crappie fishing is also good near the marina with minijigs or small to medium-sized ones. On the Tule River, trout plants have taken place near Belknap and Coy Flat, but the water level is still high.
Chuck Stokke, of the Sequoia Fishing Company in Springville, will begin fly flip classes in June, 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
Bass 3 Trout 2 King salmon 0 Kokanee 0 Crappie 2 Catfish 2
Lake McClure is still an excellent choice for bass fishermen Mother Lode with fishermen who catch and release up to 80 bass in a single day.
Ryan Cook, of Ryan Cook's Fishing, continues to find a great action in the water on the lake, and took young Anthony Vierra of Atwater along with his father Tony for good food. Cook said: "We found a great action with the River2Sea Rover and the Vixen of Reaction Innovation, and I keep the two lures ready, since the bass changes every day, Anthony had a great day, and we caught and launched more than 80 bass in the lures, the bottom of the fat worm is also working, and there are some good fish in the mix when I launched a 6-pound site this week, there's also a jig bite. "
Cook took on the task of organizing a special event to raise funds for young Mason Ferruli of Ripon called "Fishing McClure for Mason" along with Mother Lode Kayak Fishing on June 15. Cook said: "We're going to leave Barrett's South Cove with an all-inclusive $ 200 admission fee, including Big Fish, and the tournament will be limited to 80 boats." In addition to the event, we are hosting a large 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. " For information about registration or donations, call Cook at 691-7008.
Mason has been diagnosed with a brain tumor and has maintained a positive attitude during many medical appointments and treatments. He recently spent a day at McClure with Cook and Anthony Vierra catching the bass.
McClure has increased to 88 percent.
Call: Ryan Cook – Fishing by Ryan Cook 691-7008
Steve Marquette, of Lake McSwain / McClure Recreation Company, said: "It is anticipated that a trout plant will arrive within the week, and the action of the trout from the coasts has been fair since Brush Pile, Handicapped Docks and the marina with Kastmasters in blue / silver or gold along with trout bait, the lake is full and in the flood stage. "
Call: McSwain Marina 209-378-2534
Lake Millerton / San Joaquin River
Under 3 Rayado Bajo 1 Shad 1 Bluegill 2 Crappie 2
At Millerton, Steve Newman, of Valley Rod and Gun, said: "The lake has been very, very consistent for numbers with a big fish that goes from 2.5 to 3 pounds. There are many double basses still crossing the coasts, and you can capture 50 fish with only 10 guards. There is a good bite in the water, and Jake Figgs from our store found a good action by throwing the little Kei Tech into a quarter-ounce ball head and counting the lure five or six times more. The low ones are moving away from the points in the main lake, and they are eating it well. There is a subsurface bite with small spinnerbaits and a water bite with Poppers. The best bass level has been difficult to locate, and the key is to find them and put the bait on their face. "The lows are scattered on the arm of the river, and the best action on the main lake, from the Winchell inlet along the Wood side to the East Bay, and the jigs, springs or senkos are working at depths from 15 to 20 feet. " There has been no report of striped bass.
Millerton went up from 74 to 84 percent.
Call: Valley Rod & Gun 292-3474
New melons / tulloch reservoir
Bass 3 Crappie 2 Catfish 2 Trout 2 Kokanee 3
It has been years since New Melones was a viable option for Kokanee fishermen, as this was the signature of Mother Lode Lake kokanee for years, but this year's phenomenal start continues with the 17-inch kokanee reported this week. The rising waters that cover new areas will only improve the action of bass and solids.
Alan Fong, of the fisherman's store in Sacramento, said: "Big Al Ezell has been tracking down the Paulina Peak Tackle benders in front of the hoochies, and has been picking up kokanee limits at 17 inches with a number at 15-16 Inch range.
Mark Watzke returned to the lake on Sunday and said: "We had a bit of everything on the front of the weather, as it went from being sunny and calm to thunder and lightning in the distance to a huge wind storm that blew over the spillway. A matter of seconds and turned the lake into white covers, the wind did not last long, and we were able to find some protected water to get out. "We lost more fish than we landed, but we still managed to set kokanee quality limits before noon" .
John Liechty of the Xperience Fishing Guide Service said that the lake level has risen and we will start to see great things as the water floods the green grass and new vegetation. When this happens, the fish in the lake are completely different, as the templates and plastics do not work as well, while charlatans, spinnerbaits and high-water lures are detached from the shade and the blue turtles move towards them. shallow waters and newly flooded. This normally happens at the beginning of the season, but this water will give life to the bass fishery. "
The lake is rising once again, and reached 83 percent.
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 3 Trout 2 Kokanee 0 King salmon 0 Catfish 2 Crappie 2
Pine Flat and Millerton continue to be the primary locations for bass fishermen from the Fresno area, as spotted and large bass are active and willing to eat a variety of baits. The high levels of water have contributed to an increase in the number of seabass in both lakes that have been dominated by seabass in recent years.
Steve Newman, of Valley Rod and Gun in Clovis, said: "Most of the lows in Pine Flat are in post-spawn mode, and the larger fish have retreated into deeper water. There are still a lot of basses of 1 to 2 pounds along the banks of the main lake, and these fish eat anything, from the spinnerbaits to the hallucinated Senkos to the templates. There have been some high water fish with River2Sea Whopper Ploppers, Poppers or walking baits, and the tarpon is moving towards the arm of the river and is forming. There has been a lot of shad activity in the lake. Crappie fishing has been decent at the back of the coves on the main lake around the flooded trees, but the colder water temperatures on the arm of the river. Fishermen fish at night in the Deer Creek houseboats with small small fish or minijigs. "The lower Kings River was affected by heavy water discharges, and there was a safety warning for wading in the river due to The high tide The fishermen will have to increase the weight of their kastmasters or spinners to stay in the high water, and the best action has been in the slower and wider stretches of the river for the planted rainbows.
Pine Flat went up from 74 to 77 percent.
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, but the bite of surface and subsurface waters is occurring for those who work on the shorelines with Spooks, jerkbaits and flukes. The inclemencies of the weather were favorable for the navigators, and many boats stayed away from the lake due to the strong winds that required the activation of the warning lights.
Steve Newman, from Valley Rod and Gun in Clovis, said: "St. Louis continues to fish well, and most of our coastal fishermen have been working on Dinosaur Point with jerkbaits Duo Realis or Lucky Craft Pointers in white or shaded patterns. The trollers work in deeper waters, as the fish disperse and deepen. There have not been many boils on the surface, but the subsurface bite is still good. Most of our Fresno fishermen head to the big lake and avoid the O'Neill Forebay, which has been pushing water from the big lake to the California aqueduct. There have been more fishermen in the aqueduct, and they are soaking bait or throwing ripbaits. There is a good bite at night with Rat-L traps of ½ ounce or more in chrome / blue or chrome / black, and the successful technique is that of these baits. The bite of surface water has yet to emerge in the aqueduct. "
Roger George of Roger George's Guide Service said he explored the lake only on Friday until noon when the big storm hit. "I had not been out for a while, so I was doubly worried that finding the fish could be difficult during a full moon just before a big storm along with the falling water, I took a chance and went to an area where I rarely fish, and when I started fishing, I was immediately hooked in. I ended up with 20 fish released in 4 and a half hours, several 6 to 7 pounds or more and a fat 13 pounds, in small fish bait color shaded 50 to 75 feet deep, the real problem was finding fish, I checked a lot of other areas later and none of them had any fish, it was a strange day, but I was very lucky to find some fish. general was difficult for many. "
Alex Tran, of Coyote Bait and Tackle in Morgan Hill, said: "We have been selling tons of extra jumbo and extra extra for those who are adrift on the main lake, and the trollers are also working deep with P-Line Predator Minnows or umbrellas, platforms in the downrigger, there is a bite in the upper part of the water early and late along with jerkbaits and flukes, the forebay has been limited to bait fishermen, and there have been some catfish, anchovies or frozen shad they have been working for the contrabass in the California aqueduct. "
San Luis fell from 78 to 73 percent of capacity.
In the O'Neill Forebay, few fishermen point to the rest area since the water discharges have been weighed with the pumping in and out of the small reservoir. Catfish are shown with anchovies, sardines, blood worms or frozen tarpon, while bait is also the best option for the contrabass near the water moving around the Highway 33 Bridge or Check 12.
Call: Coyote Bait and Tackle 408-463-0711, Roger George, 905-2954, rogergeorgeguideservice.com
Under 3 Trout 2 Kokanee 2
Both the large basses and the stained basses are still in the pre-spawn for the reproduction mode, since the water temperature has finally moved by mid-60 degrees. Some quality lows have been removed from the docks after 10 a.m., as the fish will move towards the front edge of the docks when the water warms a little mid-morning. Senkos without weight, templates, platforms Ned or Senkos in green squash are working near the docks or in longer sandy areas with access to deep water. Bass fishermen have also caught trout on a launch pad. The trout trolling has been fair at best, with one fish per hour taken with combinations of blades / caterpillars or wedding rings with a ranger behind a skier.
The Sheriff motor fee applies on a year-round basis now. A lake webcam is available at basslakeca.com/index.php.
Call: Todd Wittwer 288-8100; Mike Beighey 642-3748
Edison / Florence / Mammoth Pool
The opening of the road to vehicles is anticipated for June 7. Vermillion Valley Resort makes quad trips for groups of up to seven people until June 3. The cost is $ 125 per night per person and includes accommodation, use of the dining room, complete with television and bathrooms. and a boat for a day. Additional boats are available for rent. Call Jim at 259-4000 if you have questions or for more details. 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 22 percent, Florence rose to 17 percent and Mammoth Pool has an excess capacity of 102 percent.
Call: Vermilion Valley Resort on Edison Lake 259-4000
Shaver Lake / Huntington Lake
Kokanee 3 Trout 2
A series of storms came to the Central Sierras last week, bringing rain, snow and wind all week, but the kokanee bite remained strong for those who were willing to face the conditions.
Dick Nichol of Dick Fishing Fishingers said: "I think the kokanee bite slowed down a bit in recent weeks, but even in bad weather, many fishermen came to the lake over the weekend. be found, and Heath Pardieu, his girlfriend Teresa, his cousin Sunny and their 10-year-old daughter, all from Hanford collected three kokanee limits out of a total of 34 connections.Most of our action occurred at the side poles loaded with the Dick's Koke Busters slanted with scented corn behind a purple / silver Mountain Dodger Our downriggers were loaded with Mountain Hoochies in pink white, and champagne champagne behind the same Purple / Silver Mountain Dodgers Jay Irvine of Visalia was also using the same configuration that our side posts, and his group scored multiple kokanee limits.The unestablished climatic conditions will continue during the next s It emanates until the weekend of Memorial Day (Weekend) since it is forecast rain and snow throughout the week. "Trophy trout bite has slowed, and collectables have also been scarce, since I would rate trout bite below average at this time."
Todd Wittwer, of the Kokanee.net Guide Service, put his customers in 21 kokanee, a rainbow and a brown trout on Saturday by pulling the distinctive squids of Rocky Mountain Tackle in pearl white behind a purple / pink Tsunami skier. He said: "The white and orange Tsunami Dodgers have also been good producers, and the rainbow was 17 inches with brown at 15 inches."
The twenty-second edition of the Youth Fishing Derby will be held 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 fish smaller, the largest limit, the largest fish and the youngest fisherman. 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, half-day pontoon hire, fishing tackle, sports equipment, clothing, gift certificates, and much more. Registration is available at 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 has gone up to 73 percent.
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
The road is open to Wishon, and the RV tent and the Wishon Village camps are now open. The lake is very low, but navigators can throw on the dirt road since the concrete launch is very low on the ramp. There are no rental boats available so far. The coastal fishermen are collecting some rain bows in the bait of the trout mass or in the night fishermen. The road is still closed for Courtright, and after this week's series of storms, it may take a few more weeks before the road clears.
Call: Wishon RV Park 865-5361
Half Moon Bay
Salmon 2 Rockfish 3 Striper 2 Crab 3 Surf Perch 2
The oceanic salmon season over Pigeon Point reopened on Saturday, but weather conditions were difficult. Captain Dennis Baxter of the New Captain Pete said: "There is no salmon on Sunday, as the fish have deepened, and commercial boats are taking salmon from the bottom in 50 to 60 fathoms of water that pass through the Deep Reef. This is too deep for braided lines and 4-pound weights. There are whales and anchovies from Martin beach to the lighthouse, but there is no salmon action. "
Captaim Tom Mattusch, of the Huli Cat, went on a rockcod and crab combo from the Deep Reef. Stephanie Overbay from San Leandro with a brown and copper rock codex of up to 2 pounds trapped in shrimp flies. The limits of the crab keep coming.
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 2 Surf Perch 2
Chris Arcoleo of Chris's Landing in Monterey said: "The salmon are still very slow, and we have not even bothered to go out for them lately." The bluefin tuna has moved north, and we have not seen them around here. We stayed at the Check Mate on Sunday for 23 rockfish limits and 6 lings.The weather has been the limiting factor. "There is a lot of space during the week for the rockfish trips, and we will take the salmon so soon as they are a viable option. "
Call: The landing of Chris 831-375-5951; Allen Bushnell, Santa Cruz Kayak and Surf Casting 831-251-9732
San Francisco Bay
Salmon 2 Halibut 3 Striper 2 Rockfish 3 Leopard Shark 2 Sturgeon 2
The salmon season opened once again on Sunday, and there has been a big signal with whales, birds and bait from Double Point to Point Reyes, but the weather conditions over the weekend kept the boats inside the bay. Steve Mitchell, of Hook & # 39; d Up Sport Fishing, had a big impact on Sunday during his first show for Angler West TV, and said: "Everything we tried worked, and we trolled for a while with the Fish Flash and the Seal Green of Yakima Big Al ". , and this is what we caught our biggest halibut later in the day, and of course, Clara Ricabal landed the big shot of the day after seeing all the others limiting in a few hours. We had limits of contrabass and halibut with stripes on Saturday and we continued with four more limits, plus three crews and a striper that Clara landed. We also leave the live bait adrift. The weather broke us to perfection, and we could not have had a better trip with good company and excellent action throughout the day. The tides were less than ideal, but the fish stung throughout the day, especially at the end of the day when the tide subsided. Alex Niapas of Altaville limited himself to the few hours of his first halibut trip, and showed the skill honed by his many tournament wins in the bass circuit with a deft touch to hook and land every opportunity. Stefan Grobecker also settled in a clinic with an early limit, but Clara Ricabal, responsible for organizing this trip and giving me the opportunity, came to the end with a limit that includes the big fish of the day with 15 pounds. Pro Cure's Steve Lynch also participated in the event and said: "This trip saved our week since we got snow in Truckee and we went bankrupt for our trip scheduled for Tuesday at Bodega Bay."
El capitán Trent La pizarra de Bite Me Charters de Loch Lomond tuvo un gran día el viernes con cuatro límites de fletán medio a 18 libras, y dijo: "Tuvimos una gran cantidad de cebos vivos a la deriva cerca de Angel Island, Alcatraz y Southhampton Shoals. . ”
A pesar de las mareas más grandes, la picadura del fletán continúa y el Sueño del Pacífico salido de Berkeley llegó con una carrera a última hora de la tarde durante las mareas más pequeñas para dos peces por vara con 41 fletanes y 21 stripers para 30 pescadores el domingo.
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
Rockfish mantiene ocupados a los barcos de la fiesta del condado de San Luis Obispo, y fuera de Patriot Sport Fishing en Port San Luis, el Patriot salió el domingo con 29 pasajeros por 39 bermellón, 25 de cobre, 15 Boccaccio, 164 peces de roca variados, 7 canarios, y 2 ling cod a 10 libras. Fuera de Morro Bay Landing, el Endeavour, Avenger y Starfire salieron el domingo con un total de 71 pescadores para 530 bermellón, 25 de cobre, 40 de boccaccio y 145 peces de pescado surtidos para acompañar de 28 a 17 libras. Fuera de Virg's Landing en Morro Bay, el Fiesta, Rita G y Black Pearl salieron el domingo con 57 pescadores para 463 bermellones, 195 surtidos, 15 de cobre, 16 Boccaccio y una cabeza blanca para llevar de 5 a 14 kilos con el los premios del premio mayor tomados por John Campbell de Bakersfield en 14 libras y Joaquin Murrietta de Fowler en 8.5 libras. 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 3 Sturgeon 3 Catfish 2 Bluegill 2 Shad 3
Hay una nueva amenaza para el bajo rayado, el contrabajo negro y todas las otras especies no nativas en el Delta, ya que el Departamento de Pesca y Vida Silvestre y la Comisión de Pesca y Caza escucharán un esfuerzo por revocar la política de contrabajo a partir de 1996 y adoptarla. una nueva política de administración de Delta que exige protecciones estrictas para salmonoides y peces listados solamente. Según la Asociación de Guías y Deportistas del Norte de California, este es el primer paso para aumentar los límites de equipaje y reducir las restricciones de tamaño. La Asociación organizará el transporte en autobús desde el área de Martínez, Rio Vista, Sacramento y Yuba City / Colusa para la reunión el 12 de junio de 8:30 a.m. a 4:00 p.m. en el Red Lion Hotel en Redding en 1830 Hilltop Drive.
El fin de semana del Día de los Caídos es el comienzo tradicional del fin de la temporada de pesca de primavera en el Delta del Sacramento, ya que los navegantes recreativos tomarán el poder después de este fin de semana festivo anual que anuncia el comienzo de los meses de verano, pero con el agua aún por llegar. en el río Sacramento y en los afluentes superiores, la acción de pesca para el esturión, la lubina rayada y el sábalo debería mantenerse en el futuro previsible.
La mayoría de los pescadores de bajo rayado se quedan en el río San Joaquín, donde continúan moviéndose nuevos lotes de líneas, pero hay rayas que se mueven hacia arriba y hacia abajo en el sistema, ya que el desove se ha retrasado en los afluentes superiores debido a que el agua está más fría que lo normal en el Feather Río. La serie de tormentas de esta semana solo ha servido para enfriar más el agua.
Alan Fong, del Almacén de los Pescadores en Sacramento, dijo: "La acción de la sombra sigue siendo sólida desde Freeport en adelante, y el American River se ha desatado la semana pasada, pero la sombra debe atravesar el Delta del Norte". I went to Liberty Island this week to throw chatterbaits, and we found good action for largemouth bass to 4 pounds even though the conditions were less than ideal with rain throughout the day.”
The inclement weather has slowed down interest in fishing, and a series of thunderstorms over the weekend kept traffic in area bait shops on the light side.
Tony Lopez of Benicia Bait said, “For the first time in a long time, we have live bait of grass shrimp, pile worms, and blood worms at the end of the weekend, and there have been few anglers coming into the shop with the weather. The grass shrimp has been on the small side.”
Captain Joey Gamez of Golden State Sport Fishing continues to find tremendous sturgeon action in Suisun Bay, and his trip on Saturday with John Garner of Pinole, Aaron Austin of Modesto, and Richard and Chris Roundtree of Roseville onto limits of sturgeon on cured salmon roe. The action remains hot for the few anglers willing to stay on the anchor. The allure of the most incredible halibut bite in decades is drawing anglers to the bays, but the sturgeon remain a more than viable option for those wanting to pull on a big fish.
The wind and rain remained constant throughout the past week, but fresh striped bass continue to move into the San Joaquin River system in waves. Largemouth bass are in all stages of the spawn, and there are still a number of bass in pre-spawn mode.
Randy Pringle, the Fishing Instructor, was out this week in the rain, and he said, “We had a great day on the Delta as the reaction bite is improving with the ima Squarebill crankbait in crawdad or bluegill. The bass are feeding on the bluegill due to guarding the fry. There is a topwater bite with the ima Little Stick along with the new Choppo which is Berkley’s answer to a Whopper Plopper. This lure doesn’t roll to the side. The ima Flit in shad patterns is also effective, particularly on the high tides near sparse tules and along the outside edges of the weed bed. The Berkley Chigger Craw along with the Power Hog is also working as any type of creature bait has been effective.”
Dan Mathisen of Dan Mathisen Outdoors said, “Thursday and Friday were good for largemouth bass, and we were catching them before the wind and rain arrived once again over the weekend. We have been flipping big creature baits such as Sweet Beavers along the edge of the tules along with buzzbaits and spinnerbaits. The Bass Land Beaver has been particularly effective, and many of the largemouth bass are still in pre-spawn mode with no marks on their tails, clean, and chubby males hanging around. I think we are from 6 to 8 weeks behind right now. Stripers are still an option and we are finding them on the 4-inch Bad Bubba Shad swimbait in Jackson Trout or PB Special.”
Clyde Wands, shallow trolling expert, fished the Iselton Chapter of the Rio Vista Striped Bass Association target length derby this past week, and he said, “We went upriver to get out of the wind, and we had a very good day with 28 keepers to 18 pounds, and we released all of the big fish. We found a school of quality keepers. We kept three of the smaller keepers. Tuesday was a different story with high winds, and few keepers. The school that we were on had left, and we only marked a few stripers. The fish we caught on both days were new fish, and although I don’t know how long it is going to last, it seems like it will for a while.”
The big tides affected the troll bite on Monday, and Wands went into the Old Sacramento River for only 5 striped bass to 4 pounds. He said, “There was a 44-inch striper landed downstream in the main river so there are still big fish coming through.”
Jeff Soo Hoo of Soo Hoo’s Sport Fishing out of Laurtizen’s Yacht Harbor in Oakley said, “The stripers are chewing, and we limited out early this morning as I took my children and their friend out before the rain hit on Sunday. The birds were working, and we picked them up on both P-Line Laser Minnow spoons or swimbaits. I have been staying in the San Joaquin River as there is no reason to head over to the Sacramento side. The water did get dirty overnight as it was clear on Saturday. Many of my clients have their own boats, but they want to learn to land the numbers of stripers, and is is generally an unbelievable experience for them when they can’t get to the bottom before getting hit. The action has been steady throughout the day, and I will be on the stripers for a few more weeks before heading to San Francisco Bay to run a party boat for Fish Emeryville for the summer.”
H and R Bait in Stockton reported slow interest in fishing over the windy and wet weekend, but they are still receiving fresh shad on a regular basis.
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 2 Striper 1 Catfish 2 Crappie 2
At Nacimiento, water releases are pushing the bass off of the shorelines, out into deeper water. Spotted bass have been more reluctant to bite, but they can be found at depths to 15 feet with plastics on a finesse technique or underspins. Crappie are holding in submerged brush, and minijigs or grups are picking up the slabs. Bluegill are cruising the shorelines with red worms or meal worms, and the white bass has also slowed with the occasional school located in the backs of coves in the river arm. Small white Roostertails or Kastmasters are still best for the whites. The fuel dock is now selling fuel again from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The lake dropped slightly to 81 percent this week.
At San Antonio, the lake rose slightly to 42 percent, and the lake is open from Thursday to Sunday with plans to open seven days per week by the end of the month or in early June. Catfish are still the best option with cut baits loaded with scent. Bass action remains slow.
At Lopez Lake, the overall size of the bass has dropped, and shad-pattered plastics or small spinnerbaits are working best for bass to 2 pounds while crappie are found around structure with minijigs or grubs. Panfishing for bluegill or red ear perch are taken with nightcrawlers, mealworms, or reds worms.
At Santa Margarita, the largest grade of bass in the coastal lakes has been reported with largemouths to 8 pounds taken this week. Jigs, swimbaits, jerkbaits, or big plastic worms on a Texas-rig are most effective. Live nightcrawlers are also working from the shorelines for bass. Crappie are taken on minijigs or grubs while soaking mackerel has been the best option for catfish, particularly near the marina. Boaters are advised to contact the lake’s ranger station at 805-788-2397 for information on the availability of the single ramp.
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Call: Lake Nacimiento 805-238-1056, ext. 3; Lake San Antonio Marina 805-472-2818; Central Coast Bass Fishing.com 805-466-6557
Ocean, Delta, Kern and Central Coast
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Fresno Bass Club: May 18-19 at Clear Lake – 1, Bryon Taylor, 26.25 pounds (Big Fish 3.88); 2, Ron Red Sr., 23.94; 3, Jose Guzman, 23.09.
RiverRats Bass Club: May 18 at Eastman – 1, Ron Jr. and Nick Sanches, 14.46; 2, Wayne Arnold/Sergio Mendoza, 13.05 (Big Fish 5.06); 3, Kevin Lee/Shadowns Vang, 11.31.
Sierra Bass Club: May 18 at Delta/Russo’s Marina 1, Tony Hunt/Magnuss Johnson, 26.23 (Big Fish 3.88); 2, Mitch Mitcheltree/Chris Jones, 22.93; 3, Chris Flamming, 22.73 (Big Fish 6.21).
Best Bass Tournaments: May 18 at Don Pedro – 1, Christian Ostrander/Ronnie Heil, 27.13 (Big Fish 7.69); 2, Tyler and Jeff Frey, 16.37; 3, Rich and Ron Ingram, 14.15.
May 25: Delta/Russo’s Marina – American Bass Association, Don Pedro – Mid Valley Bass Club, Lopez – 805 Kayak Fishing Club
May 26: Delta/Russo’s Marina – California Bass Federation, Kaweah – New Jen Bass Tournaments
May 30-31: Delta/Russo’s Marina – Bass N’Fly
June 1-2: Delta/Ladd’s – Angler’s Press, Don Pedro – Modesto Ambassadors
June 1: Delta/Russo’s Marina – American Bass Association, Delta/Ladd’s Marina – Mid Valley Bass Club, McClure – Kerman Bass Club, Isabella – American Bass Association, Nacimiento – American Bass Association
June 2: Delta/Russo’s Marina – Dan Mathisen Outdoors, Delta/B and W Resort – California Bass Federation, New Melones – Sonora Bass Anglers/Contra Costa Bass Club, McClure – Mother Lode Kayak Anglers
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 15-16: Delta/B and W Resort – B.A.S.S.
June 14: Nacimiento – 101 Bass
June 15: New Melones – Kayak Bass Fishing, McClure – Fishing McClure for Mason, Santa Margarita – San Luis Obispo Bass Ambushers
Week of May 26 by California Department of Fish and Wildlife:
Tulare County: Balch Park Lake upper and lower
q = quarter moon
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