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      Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 foot visibility)

      Report: anybody been out in the past couple of weeks? just wondering the condition of the lake. water level, traffic, are they still biting good


      thanks

      James

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      Water Temp: ?

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: Anybody have any tips or this lake, going to ish it.
      City: SJ

      Tips: Thanks

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      Water Temp: 51

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: good spoon bite in black creek in back past 5 mph aera 35 to 50 eet
      City: Columbia

      Tips: any metal spoon will work 15 to 20 lb line

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      Water Temp: 58

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: Pico and I got on the water about 7pm. started ishing the drop os and docks, with grubs and jigs had nothing but a ew nibbles. We moved to a point across rom the resort and nailed a smallie and largie right o the bat, both on grubs. then picked up a dinky blue gil. ished another hour with only a couple more nibbles then got o the water. very cold night. we were both hoping or a slamming night...maybe next time.
      City: SJ

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      Water Temp: 52

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: FISHED BLACK CREEK 11 BASS BEST 5 13lbs SPOONING 35-55FTFEW BONE FISH AND CARP IT WAS FUN OFF THE LAKE AT 1PMCLUB FROM SAN JOSE WAS THERE DON'T KNOW HOW THEY DID
      City: COLUMBIA

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      Water Temp: N/A

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: Day 1: Started late in the day and got a limit on 4" lizardscarolina rigged. They were in a shallow weedy bay. Then gotone in the tulles on a senko. At night I got one on a senko and missed a bunch o topwaters. all small ish.Day 2: Started late again,missed about three on a renzy and had some ollowers. and still got a small limit on the lizard and then got a smallmouth on a tube. At night I gota 4# on a baby senko in a small resedential cove.
      City: livermore

      Tips: Crankbait early , then ind a good bay and work it slowly.

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      Water Temp: 49-51

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: cvbc tourney out o south ramp. nice conditions, but ish weren't cooperating. lake has come up about 12' recently, but has been holdin steady or a week. Only one angler managed to igure it out, shaking plastics in 20'. some ish seemed to be in pre-spawn mode. ~10 lbs. to win. ew 3 lbs. ish caught. ew ish reported on jigs & cranks as well. not a great bite - - yet. wait or 5 days o good weather.
      City: belmont

      Tips: no ish caught upriver.

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      Water Temp: 48 - 51

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: puttin on hours on my rebuilt engine and amiliarization trip or an upcoming club tourney or Mayday and me. Nothing great to report - only one each about 2.25# - both on cranks. Mayday's was a very nice smallie, mine was a one eyed largie that ought like a weed. The lake is 'winterized' with poor access to the ramp ( you have to drive around in the campgrounds). No bathrooms (being rebuilt). It's a very pretty lake though, with new houses being built all the way around it. Looks like some good dock ishing later in the year..
      City: belmont

      Tips: slow.

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      Water Temp: warm

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: The last time I went to Tulloch, (7 years ago) I swore I'd never go back (Too much boat traic). However, our small tourney was scheduled there 6/3/00. So we went. Basically, ished the whole lake. Shallow stu in the morning, then deeper water (20+') and docks in the aternoon. Saw a lot o ish hanging in shallow water but absolutely no "bite". Threw the tackle box at them. Shad Raps, weenies (every color), spinnerbaits, grubs (all colors), Yamamoto double tails. Everything but dynamite! One shaker caught on Salt and pepper worm, that spit out a small crawdad. So we went to small orange crawdads. Still nothing. Air temp 90's
      City: Hayward

      Tips: Fish mud lines i you can ind them. Otherwise ish rom a long way o.

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      Water Temp: dunno

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: FISHED A FRESNO BASS CLUB TOURNEY....IT WAS MY FIRST TIME THERE AND I WAS CLUELESS.......AS THE PREVIOUS ENTRY STATED THE BITE WAS VERY TOUGH....I THINK ABOUT 80% OF THE CLUB BOMBED OUT (I KNOW I DID) AND THE OTHER 20% KICKED BUTT......MY DRAW PARTNER FOR THAT DAY CAUGHT 2 FISH FOR 10.5 POUNDS (A 6.5 AND A 4) CAUGHT ON .......WELL IM NOT GONNA TELL YOU THAT...I EVEN HEARD ONE BOATER YELL OUT "I'D RATER BE FISHING PINE FLAT!" NOW THATS PRETTY SAD IF YOU KNOW HOW PINE FLAT IS GOING RIGHT NOW WITH ALL THE POOR QUALITY SPOTS..........WELL IM DONE MOANIN AND GROANIN NOW SO I THINK ILL GO TO MILLERTON AND CATCH SOME FISH....
      City: resno

      Tips: I REALLY DONT HAVE ANY........BUT MY PARTNER WAS USING LARGE "STUFF" IN GREEN SHAKIN IT THE GRASS IN BLACK CREEK....

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      Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 foot visibility)

      Report: @ Shallow Hal. it is apparent that this is a lake that you visit a lot. I noticed that you catch bluegill and Crappie at this lake, would you care to share some areas i might be able to get the kiddos on some crappie. we will be out there camping the second week in june.


      thanks for any tips you may be able to share

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      Water Temp: bzMeHEGEEZLKgun

      Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 foot visibility)

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      City: UGPjpkSbr

      Tips: DNz52P nice to meet you, <a href="http://index12.beropkas.net">nep hrt fer</a>, http://index12.beropkas.net nep hrt fer, gvjeu, <a href="http://index10.beropkas.net">tetto fresf</a>, http://index10.beropkas.net tetto fresf, 883788,

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      Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 foot visibility)

      Report: My drunken' friend, look at Zack's other posts and responses. He IS and idiot. Makes no sense and looks forward to this type of forum. You must be as stupid as him for defending him. Good luck on your fishing, if you follow his tips and advise, you will be just as "lucky" as Zack. Tight lines eh?
      City: san jose

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      Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 foot visibility)

      Report: i was using lemonade senkos and i was dead sticking them just fish it slow
      City: san jose

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      Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 foot visibility)

      Report: Willy,
      Was that lemon or lemonade? I checked the Yamamoto website and didn't see a lemonade. They had lemon which is a solid bright yellow. Were you deadsticking the Senkos?

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      Water Temp: na

      Water Clarity: Stained (2-4 foot visibility)

      Report: Nope, never caught alot o ish here , but I have caught some big ish beore. This lake is pretty hard to put a solid pattern on. However, ish it hard with plastics on the bottom and you just might catch da biggun'. Also, I ind that my big ish are caught just beore sunlight or mid-day. Good luck!

      Tips: Plastics on the bottom or spinnerbaits just beore sunrise.

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      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: has anybody caught a lot o bass here?? ive ished here beore and caught 3 bass but thats including all the times ive been here.
      City: mogan hill

      Tips: ish crank baits and thats the only thing i have caught a bass here on

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      Water Temp: 71-72

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: There's a good bite deep o the breaks on jig's.....it doesn't matter though..They closed the ramp on the 27th becouse o low water.
      City: San Jose

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      Water Temp: 60-65

      Water Clarity: Stained (2-4 foot visibility)

      Report: My Dad and I tubed around by the marker booies or someone private property rom about 4:30-dark. I caught a 5.3lber. on rythm' and blues colored zipper worm texas rigged in shallow little bay. Took a hole bunch o pictures, hope they come out.
      City: Saratoga

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      Water Temp: not sure about

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: a riend told me about lake washington having some pretty big smallmouth bass. So i decided to see or mysel. The place it was under I-90 on westside, lots o rocks there, i caught the irst bass with a Bill Dance medium runner crankbait, using a stop and go, stop and go slow. I caught my second bass a three pounder with a spinnerbait. So anyone o them two would work right o the shore 10 to 15 eet just crank it back slow
      City: Seattle

      Tips: use bright colorul lure be patient and reel it slow use a stop and go tech