Fishing Report

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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

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      Water Temp: 68

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: Actually this report is or Lake Sawyer, but no listing so I'll try this.Hit the water at 6:15 with Cultiva topwater walking bait. 2nd cast yielded a 3.5 lb LM just about 75' south o the launch. Caught another 1 lbr about 100" urther and then the topwater bite died. Fished docks on the east side o the lake with Senkos (Olive Blk Flake) & (Blue Pearl) caught two more around 2.5 lbs and lost one who wrapped me around a piling. Saw a large 6 plus under a dock and tried hal the tacklebox or about 40 minutes She got interested in a pumpkinseed rench ry but that was it. Fishing turned o at 11 when the ski-boats and jet-skiis started running. Not a bad morning at all or the 1st time this year on this lake.
      City: Auburn

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      Water Temp: 62-65

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: Went on a camping trip with some friends and we fished just a little during the day. Fishing was not great, but I did catch one nice smallie dropshotting a 4" Keeper worm in oxblood in maybe 10 ft of water. I was using 8-pound test but I'll bet 6 lb line would have helped a good bit. This water is really clear and casting away from the boat is a must.
      City: Sacramento

      Tips: Light line, don't get right over the fish.

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      Water Temp: 50

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: Hey Allan are you the rude park ranger that thinks he owns the lake and will do anything in youre power to run bass fisherman away.
      City: White City

      Tips: Watch out for the Park Rangers, and remember do not forget youre pass!!!!!!!!!!!!

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      Water Temp: 48

      Water Clarity: Stained (2-4 foot visibility)

      Report: Just so you know, I work there and I look or I am on the lake every day. Don't orget your pass! LOLStill murky.Whiskey creek is a little clearer with vivibility at 4', Clear Creek is very muddy rom the inlet to Oak Bottom, with debri everywhere..(visibilty 2')Ponds are also murky with no results using everything.
      City: Redding

      Tips: Be careul while boating, concact with sub surace debris are likely and one ramp at Whiskey creek is non operational, the rest are useable.Most debris are located at Oak Bottom and toward Clear Creek arm.Fish are stirred with some suracing but most are running 60-150'Watch out or the Eagle closure near the dam and good luck!

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      Water Temp: 65-67'

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: First time on this body, but thanks to Scott V and jerry, I managed to go or the "cycle" and get a limit to boot.All ish caught on dropshot rig, using MGM and Robo worms, in 20-25'. All ive keepers were caught on the main lake points, South o Whiskey creek. Everywhere else we went we got dinks, or nothing at all. I'll be back! I would think the spring bite will be awsome. Lot's o coves and weeds.
      City: Redding/S.F.

      Tips: drop shot green weenie and purple 4" worms. Lot's o weeds!

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      Water Temp: 70's

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: Tyler and I had the First " king o Whiskeytown tournament" last night and this morning..Last night ound us at pond 3 throwing worms..I got 4 keepers and a ew 11 inch bass..all caught on 3/16 oz bass menu dart heads...i was slowly dragging the wromd down a steep bank and I would just eel a slight pressure..I got big ish with a 2.5..at the end o day 1 i had 6#11# and tyler had 2#0#...Day two we were at pond 2 got in at 6 am ished till 8.. got 2 keepers..tyler got two..all dragging a worm..mine went 3 # 10# tylers went 2#11#.so I came out on top with 10#5# and tyler got 4#11#..HE WILL GET ME NEXT TIME....
      City: redding

      Tips: drag worms..green weenie..ok blood...

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      Water Temp: 70's

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: We hae been out the last ew nights with mild success, We have gotten a ew 2 lbers. but nothing bigger than that, altough Tyler did break o what he said was a pretty nice ish. we have been throwing plastics like senkos, worms, and grubs. the ish are almost always picking it up when it is sitting on the bottom or a minute, no bites on the all.
      City: redding

      Tips: small plastics, 4 inch senkos, yama grubs, 4 inch worms, ish early beore the sunrise, or right at sundown till as late as you can go.

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      Water Temp: ?

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: man RYan looks like your the only guy ishing on that lake kool or you
      City: livermore

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      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: Trout holding at 20 t. In at 0530 - a ew other boats trolling and ishing the 20 t level. Caught three nice trout on power bait. put them back or uture un. out at 730. nice day
      City: Rdd

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      Water Temp: 62

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: Our club, Shasta Cascade Bass Anglers, held a amily tournament on 19 May. It was rainy and cold but we had nine boats. Women and children ished and braved the elements well. We started at 7 AM and weighed in at 1 PM. The winners, Clyde and his 15 year old son, had over 13.50 lbs including big ish, a 5.03 largemouth. All boats caught ish and had a good time in spite o the ugly weather. The limit was ive ish per boat.
      City: Redding

      Tips: Winners used mostly jigs and spinner baits.

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      Water Clarity: Muddy (0-2 foot visibility)

      Report: Nice calm day. Fishing west end o lake. Fish were breaking the surace and jumping. I didn't hold much hope but I tried a gold castmasted both casting and trolling and had good luck. Caught six nice trout.

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      Water Temp: 9

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: Me catch big one
      City: Hiroshima

      Tips: Catch ish, it BIG un!

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      Water Temp: 9

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: Me catch big one
      City: Hiroshima

      Tips: Catch ish, it BIG un!

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      Water Temp: 9

      Water Clarity: Clear (4+ foot visibility)

      Report: Me catch big one
      City: Hiroshima

      Tips: Catch ish, it BIG un!

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      Water Clarity: Stained (2-4 foot visibility)

      Report: Caught a 4+ pound smallie on the Willamette north of Meldrums bar and another 4+ pound smallie near the Oregon City falls near the falls.
      City: Portland

      Tips: used a 1/8 ounce lead head with a Yamamoto green pumpkin super grub for both fish. Anything green works on the Willamette.