WHERE SHOULD SANTA FISH AFTER CHRISTMAS?

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WHERE SHOULD SANTA FISH AFTER CHRISTMAS?

Postby WB Staff » Mon Nov 29, 2021 11:06 pm

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WHERE SHOULD SANTA FISH AFTER CHRISTMAS?
BRING SANTA TO YOUR TOWN!
Santa and Berkley are asking YOU where Santa should fish after Christmas! Submit your town by clicking the link below!
This year Santa, along with his favorite brand Berkley, is asking YOU where he should fish after Christmas! And, because he’s Santa, he has up to $25K to donate to the winning town’s conservation/water access project!! Submit your town by filling out this form! https://santafishes.com


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Re: WHERE SHOULD SANTA FISH AFTER CHRISTMAS?

Postby pd » Tue Nov 30, 2021 4:14 pm

Not Lake Cachuma, I can tell you that. Sizzucks right now.

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Re: WHERE SHOULD SANTA FISH AFTER CHRISTMAS?

Postby Larry Hemphill » Thu Dec 02, 2021 8:54 pm

When Santa is done delivering gifts, he should take the month of January off,
or go to one of the many sports shows. January is the slowest month of the year
for northern California bass fishing, though toads are sometimes caught in January if you
know how and where to fish for them. Fishing for spotted bass at a lake like Oroville,
where I was yesterday, can be lots of fun, but the size is just average. There are a few
large bass caught in January, but the better bite usually start with the first warm front
in mid-February. In a drought year like this (so far!). the water will be clear and the
bass deeper! Warmer, muddy rain water will bring them to shallow water quicker.
Spinnerbaits can be the most effective baits - vibration and bulk!


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