Our day started out rough. We went to the aqueduct near the 138 and 18. No luck. Then went to Silverwood at the dam, for about an hour, had no luck, and were about to leave. Then a masked man told us to go past the dam to a little cove and that it was hitting today. So we said we would check it out for a little bit. We landed two cats in less than an hour, on a hi low rig made out of Cajun Red line, with some circle hooks and sardine cut bait. I only wish we were there sooner. I'm just glad the day wasn't a bust. Other people there got a lot more cats and stripers. Well good luck to everyone, and thanks to the masked man. So if you have no luck here, you can go try Silverwood, they are close to each other.
Fishing Report Provided by - KEVIN ALTRINGER
Average: 2(1 vote)
| Water Temp: | Clarity: Murky
Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
May 9, 2014
The water was moving good when I got there at 6am, but by the time I left at 10am, it was dead still. It slowly died down. Wont have much luck if the gates are closed and water isn't moving. But I had some luck in the morning, had a couple good Catfish bites on 30 # test Cajon Red Mono leader hi low rig with 50 # Spider wire stealth Glow Vis Braid main line, on some Anchovies and Sardine on a couple circle hooks. But had no luck on stripers, I tried a few different methods, but I think the water not flowing played a lot to do with it. Good luck all. There are some good channel cats swimming around in there!
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