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Name: OG Quarry Basser
Date: 2012-02-16
Location: Freekmont
E-Mail:
Water Temp: low as the leve
Water Clarity: Clear (4-6 feet visibility)
Report: Fished lunchtime today Caught a nice 3.8 # LM Football on a reaction bait. THEN RELEASED HER ( belly full of eggs )Didn't see any fishermen on Rainbow nor a "Bucket " douche-bag fisherman. Wind was about 5mph fish was Lethargic and didn't fight much at all. I consider it a Lucky Day when i get one fish since i can go 10 times skunked. I only fish here cause i live a mile from here. Very tough lake and very few fish. BTW NO $$$ from the permits go to BASS it All goes to Trout and maintenance of the lakes. So i pay a fee to feed the trout fisherman. what a crock. Fish often for no Results.
Tips: Kick over the buckets you see with BASS in them. Make sure you give the "bucket fisherman" some sh_t for taking fish that are minimum of 3 yrs old. Make sure you tell them it's Mandatory Release for all Bass.

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Name: John Ripper
Date: 2011-12-28
Location:
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Water Temp: 52
Water Clarity: Clear (4-6 feet visibility)
Report: New to the lake, so spent way more time scoping Horseshoe Lake with sonar than actually fishing today, and boy, what a depressing story...very, very few fish to be found. I did mark a handful of fish, and marked (plus visually saw) one nice largemouth (looked to go about 6 or 7 lbs), but I've never seen so few returns on fish on any lake I've ever scoped out this extensively. This is one of those lakes where the fish really have nowhere to hide (hard rock bottom with little weed growth at this time of year), so if they are in there, you will easily see them on the returns of a quality sonar unit. I picked up maybe 4 fish the whole day - other than the one nice largemouth, the other 3 could have easily been stocked trout. Based on the ridiculous number of lines in the water today (a weekday), I would have to guess the shoreline trout fisherman are picking off both smallmouth and largemouth bass, and I'd say its also a safe bet that EVERYTHING caught on this lake goes home with the angler. This is a tiny lake with super heavy pressure, and if bass are being kept on a regular basis, its a wrap for quality fishing. That being said, I won't be back. I'm sure there is still a population of bass in here, but not a healthy one. Anyways, I'm happy to pay a few bucks to fish and still release my catch, but based on my observations today, I don't think many folks who fish this lake would see it the same way - they paid money to fish, and they are damned well going to keep the fish THEY PAID FOR. Right? ;)
Tips: Fish somewhere else where there is more "sport" in "sportfishing".

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Name: nigel
Date: 2011-11-00
Location: Niles
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Water Clarity: Clear (4-6 feet visibility)
Report: Skunked again. Another smallmouth kept by douche. He explained to me that he keeps everthing he catches and that the money from the permit fees pays to restock the lake.
Tips: Use a sliding rig with a 2 oz cannonball and a 20lb spiderwire leader to fish like these regulars. Don't forget to have someone pick up your limit so you can keep fishing.

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Name: Sal
Date: 0000-00-00
Location: San Mateo
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Water Clarity: Clear (4-6 feet visibility)
Report: I have been fishing all species of fish since the early age of 5(now in my late 30's) and consider myself a pretty seasoned fisherman. I mostly fish bass in the Delta but like to chase down trout every now and then. Now that I'm living in San Mateo I thought I'd give Quarry lakes at try. I've fished this lake three times now out of my 12 foot aluminum and have been skunked all three times. I see shore fisherman with full stringers but they appear to be using 5-6 fishing poles at a time. What a bunch of bull that is. Aren't there any park rangers here? These douchebag fisherman probably aren't even paying any permit fees. Here I am paying 20 dollars a pop to fill there stringers and I can't even get a bite. For now, I think I will give up on this lake unless someone can convince me otherwise. Just had to vent.
Tips: Shore fish with 6 rods?

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Name: Nigel
Date: 2011-03-00
Location: drawbridge
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Water Clarity: Clear (4-6 feet visibility)
Report: We all know the fate of the bass in this lake. The real mystery is what the hell happens to all the trout planted. The birds take some. The fish and fisherman take less. I think most of the trout swim str8 to hell.
Tips: Fish here long and fish here often. Expect to get skunked. Only then are you a quarry lake guru.

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Name: Brian "Fishon"
Date: 2011-01-29
Location: Niles
E-Mail: BfjBolib@yahoo.com
Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 feet visibility)
Report: fished horseshoe from pathway between horseshoe and rainbow from 12:00-2:30 p.m. with different powerbaits for trout & not even a bite. last 30 minutes threw out a 10ft diver bright white bass lure and caught a 5-6 Trout. really want to find the bass bite out there, should be presawn now. i'll be out there.... fished rainbow today top water torpedos and pop'rs nothing. lead headed bright white jig= nothing. green senko= nothing. Feb.5 2011. no bites at all. casting into the wind= not the business... wind kicked up a 10" wake by 3:30. looking forward to big bass action soon with the coming warm weather. let me kno if any bass luck changes accure.
Tips: dont come bringing bait for one type of fish... bite is shot in the dark. ALWAYS bring a full tack box. from powerbaits and plastic worms for trout ( even crankbaits and kastmasters) but to keep one style up all day. if the trout arent biting typical baits get UP and start walking the banks throwing lures. Murky waters= use bright / white for bass use loud and bright and slow!!!! hope the warm weather brings a better bit for everyone. oh p.s. the 20-30 people every weekend on "fisherman row" arent fisherman... really wanna catch fish? find a better spot rather than lining up 30 deep / 2poles per person/ 2 baits per pole. u look silly. ( catching no fish.)

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Name: sid
Date: 2010-02-25
Location: elkhorn
E-Mail: wnirvana89@gmail.com
Water Clarity: Clear (4-6 feet visibility)
Report: got to the lake at 6:00 fished til 12.fished rainbow 95% of the time. fished a brush pile near the launch ramp around 6:45 and picked up a 2lber on a jerkbait. nothing the rest of the day. tried dropshots, tubes, senkos, jigs, and small swimbaits. only fished the lake 4 times. tips for fishin the lake this time of year would be awsome also some smallmouth tips would be weel appreciated.. also i realesed my fish, also saw an oriental guy fishing near where i got my fish and he was usng night crawlers and he had one on a strnger, looked about 3lbs, whata shame:(
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Name: Steve L.
Date: 2010-02-12
Location: Fremont
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Water Clarity: Stained (2-4 feet visibility)
Report: Prespawn has started at Rainbow lake. I caught a nice 3 pounder off a spinner bait and talked to another guy who caught 4 off a plastic worm. All were caught close to shore. Get out there and please practice C&R.
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Name: Steve L.
Date: 2010-02-05
Location: Fremont
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Water Clarity: Stained (2-4 feet visibility)
Report: I was tossing a spoon for trout and I caught a nice 3lb smallmouth off the penisula. Looks like the prespawn has begun :)
Tips:

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Name: sid
Date: 0000-00-00
Location: Elkhorn
E-Mail: wnirvana89@gmail.com
Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 feet visibility)
Report: thanks for that piece of info MarkyJ824. my 5lb. came on a 6in. fake trout in horseshoe.
Tips:

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Name: MarkyJ824
Date: 2009-12-15
Location: San Jose
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Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 feet visibility)
Report: Average is 2-5 lbs. here. my best being a 6 lber using a pumpkin senko with red flakes over 3 years ago. Been skunkin everytime I go bass hunting there ever since. There use to be a large concentration of largies but alot of people started to keep em instead of releasing. I had to tell a few people to release so their population could grow again. A few listened and alot didn't care for what I had to say. Best spot is Shinn pond located in the park in Alvarado Niles. Alot of big ones in there. Make sure you C & R. Quarry is best for trout and cats when stocked now. A record Trout was caught on 12/7/09 weighing 20 lbs. using a kastmaster by the beach. Just keep putting in time and I'm sure you'll catch yourself a lunker.
Tips: Just put in time.

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Name: sid
Date: 2009-12-04
Location: Elkhorn
E-Mail: wnirvana89@gmail.com
Water Temp: ?
Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 feet visibility)
Report: was wondering what is considerd a giant, large mouth, at quarry. my best was a 5 lb. a couple years ago.
Tips:

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Name: Shane
Date: 2009-08-12
Location: Hayward
E-Mail: shanelarson74@gmail.com
Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 feet visibility)
Report: This place is a waste of time. The banks and shoreline are littered with goose crap.....it is freakin disgusting. Even the swimming area is gross. We tried all types of bait and got nothing. Too bad this place has a goose problem.
Tips: Don't waste your time with this place.

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Name: Sal
Date: 0000-00-00
Location:
E-Mail:
Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 feet visibility)
Report: Thank you Steve.
Tips:

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Name: biggie
Date: 2009-05-10
Location: fremont
E-Mail: bebeyang1@hotmail.com
Water Temp: 65-73
Water Clarity: Clear (4-6 feet visibility)
Report: dont bother with this lake.. i fish here all the time because i live 2 mins away..this lake is very inconsistant at times..ive had my good days here but not a lake you would want to gamble with..
Tips: for fishing smallies use a small tube in horse shoe lake. largemouth use plastic worms in rainbow lake. trout use kastmasters.. fishing with powerbait is to slow.. good luck cuz you will need it here..

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Name: Steve L.
Date: 2009-05-19
Location: Fremont
E-Mail: steveleca_31@yahoo.com
Water Clarity: Stained (2-4 feet visibility)
Report: SAL: Horseshoe lake has some bluegill but not a healthy population and most of them are pretty small. I did once catch a 1 pounder here, but those are pretty rare. If you want a good local spot to fish for bluegill try the Niles Community Park. There are two small ponds there, go to the one with the two fishing docks off of School Street. Go to where there are some big submerged trees in the water, right in front of the island. On hot days the bluegill will be chillin right by the shore. There is also some good sized bass at this pond, but they are finicky as hell. Shinn Pond (which also has a lot of sunfish) is right next to this pond, walk on the trail to the right side of the parking lot on School St and it will be on your right side.
Tips: I would wait for the water to heat up a little more for the sunnies to come out. Crappie nibbles on a small treble hook with a bobber work well, in white or pink. Feel free to email me if you have any questions and good luck :)

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Name: Sal
Date: 2009-05-14
Location:
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Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 feet visibility)
Report: Sorry, no report here, just a question. Does anyone know if this lake has a good panfish population? I'm looking for a good lake to take my 4 year old daughter fishing for the first time. I'd like to catch some bluegill. Thanks
Tips:

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Name: Steve
Date: 2009-05-09
Location: Fremont
E-Mail:
Water Temp: not sure
Water Clarity: Clear (4-6 feet visibility)
Report: it was a nice day. mild wind. water was clear but had algae bloom. no fish found on depthfinder. threw rattletraps and rapalas. no fish. a few shore fishermen caught trout on chartreuse powerbait. wind picked up around 11am.
Tips: i was told the trout bite is at Lake Del Valle and the delta for the bass bite.

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Name: StoneGrody
Date: 2009-01-25
Location: Fremont
E-Mail: stonegrody@gmail.com
Water Clarity: Clear (4-6 feet visibility)
Report: No bites on Sunday. I tried rainbow colored powerbait and earthworms off the floating dock. I didn't see anyone else catch anything else either. I tried Rainbow lake in the afternoon for some bass and no luck there either.
Tips: ????

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Name: troutman
Date: 0000-00-00
Location:
E-Mail:
Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 feet visibility)
Report: water level low. shore fishing hit and miss.
Tips: plug the shallows for larger trout. keep movin'

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Name: BIG BEN
Date: 2008-12-06
Location: Fremont
E-Mail: Sk8erstang65@yahoo.com
Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 feet visibility)
Report: We had 4 poles in the water with a variety of baits and not so much as a bite. only saw 3 fish pulled out that day, and one was a dink.
Tips:

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Name: Steve L.
Date: 2008-12-10
Location: Fremont
E-Mail: steveleca_31@yahoo.com
Water Clarity: Clear (4-6 feet visibility)
Report: Today was by far the best fishing trip I've ever had at Quarry Lakes. I don't know if it was the cold weather, the recent trout plant, or the upcoming full moon, or maybe a combination of all of them, but man THE TROUT BITE WAS HOT!! I caught 9 trout total and kept the 5 biggest. I had about 12 or 13 bites though, but some came off. I had one 3 pounder, 3 in the 2-2.5 lb range, and the rest were from 1.5-2 lbs. On top of that, I only fished for 2 hours (between 2-4pm). All of them came off of a combination of different spoons and one came off a kastmaster. I was also soaking some powerbait and a night crawler, but didn't get any hits off that. The guy next to me was bait fishing and he was getting a lot of hits too. I fished here last week too, and only had one bite in 3 hours (what a difference a week makes). Unfortunately I am going to have to withhold the location, as it is now my new favorite spot.
Tips: For those of you who read these reports PLEASE POST A REPORT, even if you don't catch anything. Let us know what's working and what's not. Thank you, and good fishin'

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Name: steve renshaw
Date: 2008-10-03
Location: newark
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Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 feet visibility)
Report: went trolling for trout early. nothing. tried every trick in the book. decided to target carp and within an hour i had 2 nice ones for the dinner table.
Tips: don't even think trout here this time of year. carp are willing and tasty. corn, bread, and of course my special recipe dough witch will be available on ebay soon.

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Name: Steve L.
Date: 2008-07-24
Location: Fremont
E-Mail:
Water Clarity: Clear (4-6 feet visibility)
Report: Fished Rainbow Lake from 7pm until about 9:30. I caught two Smallmouth on nightcrawlers that were about 1.5lbs. I had another on a Senko that was probably 3lbs but he got away.
Tips: use dark colored 4inch Senkos after sunset

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Name: Steve
Date: 2008-04-06
Location: Fremont
E-Mail:
Water Temp: 57 degrees
Water Clarity: Clear (4-6 feet visibility)
Report: water is still high and clear. fishing for bass with rattletrap, caught a 6 lbs. trout instead. trout are still surfacing. waiting for the water to warm up.
Tips:

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Name: Steve
Date: 2008-02-21
Location: Fremont
E-Mail:
Water Temp: cold to the tou
Water Clarity: Clear (4-6 feet visibility)
Report: throwing kastmasters for trout, but a caught a 13 inch smallmouth. water is really high and clear. you can see the 4 pound trout surfacing, but not hitting.
Tips: need to get the boat in the water.

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Name: Josh
Date: 2007-11-22
Location: Fremont
E-Mail: saygracebe4ueat@yahoo.com
Water Temp: cold
Water Clarity: Stained (2-4 feet visibility)
Report: Went out to Quarry last weds and got skunked. Lost one five feet from shore at my secret spot. Got three bites, hooked one, the other two were just tap and go. I fished my spot the last two hours and got hits from there only. Some people were there when I got there so we fished the peninsula. Way too shallow. Baits used were worms and powerbait. All bites came on worms.
Tips: Long leader, and find a good drop off. The fish are deep, really deep. Try an inflated worm or some powerbait on a small treble hook. The smaller the better, just barely cover the hook. Don't fish peninsula, trust me way too shallow and a long walk. Try right across from it, saw people catch some trout. Also cast far, try different lengths to see where the fish are. The leader length that got me the bites was about 15 inches or so. Fish early and late.

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Name: Lancer
Date: 2007-11-18
Location: Fremont
E-Mail:
Water Temp: low 50's i gu
Water Clarity: Clear (4-6 feet visibility)
Report: Went out in the thick FOG to throw some top waters just for fun and a small 1 1/2 pounder smashed my popper around 630 am stuck with spooks popper but no more fish. Met two guys that were throwin reaction baits and far as i know they didn't hook up when i was there ( hopfully after i left they did ) they were walton's pond frequent visitors so we chatted it up a bit. I was in such a hurry didn't get either of their names but nice to meet ya fellas hope to see ya again on the water !! - Lancer
Tips: try slower baits ?? worms ?? i was just there to practice. Seemed like the water was rising a little bit but i'm not sure!

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Name: Chato
Date: 2007-11-15
Location: Union City
E-Mail:
Water Clarity: Stained (2-4 feet visibility)
Report: Started today at 9:45 am with my daughter on fishermans row. Left at 2:00 pm with 4 trout. We were the only ones who really had luck. All were caught on chartruse power bait with glitter. I've been noticing i've been catching more males.
Tips: Smaller the ball of power bait the more attention its been getting. Barely cover the hook. I dont know if it really had a factor but it seemed to get bit more often.

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Name: Josh
Date: 2007-09-15
Location: Fremont
E-Mail: saygracebe4eat@yahoo.com
Water Temp: ?
Water Clarity: Stained (2-4 feet visibility)
Report: went fishing today Quarry today. Caught nothing at rainbow, not even a follow. Threw everything at them. Nothing. So i went for cats and only got a couple hits on liver and hot dogs. Came home empty handed though.
Tips: don't really have any but just keep at it.

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Name: Josh
Date: 2007-08-18
Location: Fremont
E-Mail: saygracebe4ueat@yahoo.com
Water Temp: >?
Water Clarity: Stained (2-4 feet visibility)
Report: went to the lake today and caught a ton of those tiny bass. Caught some that were around 10 inches and also had some follows that ranged from 12-15 inches. No hits from them though. Altogether my bro and I caught thirty or so. Nice day, but most were small. Caught them on everything from rapalas to spinnerbaits to buzzbaits to worm and bobber.
Tips: WEEDS

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Name: dog
Date: 2007-08-12
Location: S.L.
E-Mail:
Water Temp: 78
Water Clarity: Stained (2-4 feet visibility)
Report: Went out for a couple hrs in the tube and got some nice catfish for the dinner table. They have been planting some nice channel cats and it is starting to show now. The fish came on nightcrawlers about 15 feet deep.
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Name: Josh
Date: 2007-06-14
Location: Fremont
E-Mail: saygracebe4ueat@yahoo.com
Water Temp: ?
Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 feet visibility)
Report: Anybody having luck with fishing here lately? I'm heading out tomorrow and was wondering what people are catching them on.
Tips:

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Name: Fishing P
Date: 2007-05-30
Location: Fremont
E-Mail:
Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 feet visibility)
Report: Carps. Use Canned Green Giant Whole Corn and you should be catching them easy. Look for sandy beds or muddy calm spots. Fish right before it goes dark.
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Name: Josh
Date: 2007-05-21
Location: Fremont
E-Mail: saygracebe4ueat@yahoo.com
Water Temp: ?
Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 feet visibility)
Report: Hey guys. Hows the bite at Quarry lakes lately? I haven't been there for quite some time now and have been wondering whats been catching fish and where. I would also like to know if float tubing is allowed, since i recently bought one and used it for the first time yesterday and loved it. Thanks and God bless.
Tips: Give me some tips. Which lures work where, how to work them, and what colors. If you don't want to give away your secrets thats fine. But if you do and don't want anyone else to know, email me. thanks

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Name: Howard Stern
Date: 2007-05-05
Location: Union City
E-Mail:
Water Temp: 63
Water Clarity: Stained (2-4 feet visibility)
Report: On the water at 8am. Weather was sunny, light breeze. No bites on senkos, lizards, or spinners. Gail force winds hit the lake at about 11am. Took about an hour to troll/row back to the dock. Maybe the rains the day before affected the bite. Saw bank fishermen landing trout. Bass were on lockdown.
Tips: Do your boat/trailer maintanance during the off season, not the morning of the fishing trip. Should have been on the water at 6am. Not sure if it would of helped, but you never know.

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Name: Ray-Ray
Date: 2007-04-28
Location: Newark
E-Mail: rpserrano@comcast.net
Water Temp: 62
Water Clarity: Stained (2-4 feet visibility)
Report: Fished off my pontoon at horseshoe from 7a.m. to 10a.m. and caught 9 nice smallmouth. First five on a pop r one nice one on a spinnerbait and the rest on dropshot...
Tips: Fish topwater on the dropoffs in the morning then hit it with a dropshot after....You'll surelly find them.

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Name: ...
Date: 2007-04-30
Location: FReAKMont
E-Mail: saygracebe4ueat@yahoo.com
Water Temp: ?
Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 feet visibility)
Report: Anyone have any luck with carp at this lake? I know their not good eatin, but they sure fight hard and was wondering if anyone caught any. I've seen them swim to shore but haven't really seen any caught. Email me some tips. Thanks.
Tips: Baits, spots, anything thats helpful.

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Name: Bake
Date: 2007-04-21
Location: San Jose
E-Mail:
Water Clarity: Clear (4-6 feet visibility)
Report: Fished from the bank both lakes on Sat. Caught 1 SM about 1.5 lb. fotballing a crwabug @ the horseshoe and 1 about 3lb. texas rigged a hula grub @ rainbow. Weather wasn't to bad. I probably would have done a little better if I had tubed.
Tips: Catch and release!!!

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Name: .
Date: 2007-01-26
Location: .
E-Mail: .
Water Temp: .
Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 feet visibility)
Report: i totally agree with you. This lake has trash everywhere including the horseshoe lake. People have got to pick up their trash like extra line and snack bags. So while your there, throw your line out and while your drowning a worm, walk around and pick up some garbage. thanks and lets keep this lake clean.
Tips: Chabot is pretty trashed too and i think its worse than quary so if yoiu go there, clean up.

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Name: CP
Date: 0000-00-00
Location: Fremont
E-Mail:
Water Temp: 64
Water Clarity: Stained (2-4 feet visibility)
Report: I wouldn't say people don't fish rainbow for bass, because the last time I was out there, there was trash EVERYWHERE. I don't know HOW many stupid mcdonalds/taco bell/wendys/albertson's bags I had to pick up. A bunch of irresponsible fishermen who leave their trash lying around really gets me going. I don't think I'll be back out there in quite some time since fishing has been pretty poor for me as well, despite what the employees say.
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Name: Darius
Date: 2007-04-11
Location: San Francisco
E-Mail: donoriega06@yahoo.com
Water Temp: n/a
Water Clarity: Clear (4-6 feet visibility)
Report: Nick, Both lakes, horse shoe and rainbow holds bass you'll find smallmouth on horse shoe and LM on Rainbow, some people says rainbow has more bass not much people fished on it!, anyway either or both allows you to tubes, good luck!!
Tips: Roboworm and crankbait

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Name: Nick
Date: 2007-04-09
Location: San Lorenzo, CA
E-Mail: fiveoneohh510@aol.com
Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 feet visibility)
Report: I'm thinking of heading out to Quarry Lakes for the first time. I plan on bass fishing but I can't seem to find much info on the lakes. Maybe someone could help me out. Do both lakes hold bass or does just one of them? Do they allow float tubes? What are the depth changes and is there a main creek channel that runs through them? The main one I would like to know is which lakes hold bass. Thanks!
Tips:

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Name: ...
Date: 2007-04-08
Location: ..
E-Mail: ..
Water Temp: ..
Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 feet visibility)
Report: Wow guys where are the reports? Its been like a month since someone put up a report(Thanks a lot Josh). Please guys give some advice will ya!?
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Name: ?
Date: 2007-03-13
Location: ?
E-Mail: ?
Water Temp: ?
Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 feet visibility)
Report: WHERE ARE THE REPORTS GUYS?
Tips: rEPORTS?

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Name: Josh
Date: 2007-01-19
Location: fremont
E-Mail: " "
Water Temp: 55-60
Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 feet visibility)
Report: Slow day today. Not much action. Only caught one today, my bud kevin caught it. There was a lot of people and i didnt really like it but what can i do about it? Anyways, didnt see people catch more than 3 today. Biggest one i saw was about 3.5-4 pounds caught on power eggs and plastic worm combo. The man casted out really far, and when i mean far i mean really really really far. Over all, slow day.
Tips: Go during the weekdays, less crowded. Also, cast really far.

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Name: josh
Date: 2007-02-12
Location: Fremont
E-Mail: saygracebe4ueat@yahoo.com
Water Temp: ?
Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 feet visibility)
Report: Caught three trouts today. Range of 1-2 pounds. Fished for 3 hours.
Tips: powerbait, cast far.

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Name: Fishing P
Date: 2007-01-30
Location: Fremont
E-Mail:
Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 feet visibility)
Report: Caught 3 bass and 2 trouts.
Tips: Bass were caught on 4inch pumpkin lizards. Trouts were caught using 50count size worms on a floater in early morning. Leader was about 18 inches and don't cast out too far.

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Name: Josh
Date: 0000-00-00
Location: .
E-Mail: .
Water Temp: .
Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 feet visibility)
Report: thanx a lot bake, ill try ur tips and hopefully i get some success. Thanx again.
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Name: Bake
Date: 0000-00-00
Location: San Jose
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Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 feet visibility)
Report: Josh...let's start with trout. Light line 4lb. 18"-24" leader, sliding sinker and 10-12 egg hooks and power eggs (Chartreuse or white). Place a bobber on a swivel between your line guides. After the bobber settles down from taking out all the slack, any change i.e. like bumps or rises or falls take the bobber off the line and set the hook. Try and avoid the crowds around the docks etc. When I soak bait I stay in an area for a 1/2 hour, no hits move on.
Tips: Any decent sporting good shop should be able to help you out.

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