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CA
United States
37° 35' 32.406" N, 121° 43' 13.6128" W

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Fishing Report Provided by Rocky Mountain Recreation - Megan Hozinsky
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January 30, 2015

Weather has been a big factor in the fishing this week, bone chilling mornings followed by warm beautiful sunshine, and back to freezing again in the evening. Temperature of the lake is 53 degrees on the surface by the public launch ramp so you may get different readings on a depth finder. Green  algae is rising to the top because of the sunshine and its slowing down the bite. Trout can still be caught on the South end and the West side handicap dock has been a favorite spot for locals trying to sit in the mud. Less Trout are being caught on dough baits as the Trout become more comfortable with their environment. A lot of these planted Trout are easy to catch the first few weeks until they figure out where their new home is. Striped Bass are eating cut bait again; Anchovies, Mackerel and Sardines are catching lots of Stripers in the 20-30 inch range. Try using a 2 foot leader with 20 lb. mono held down by a 1 oz slider set up. Keep drag loose so not to lose too many fish on the strike. Black Bass are more active this winter then in the last couple years we are catching them on drop shots, jigs and smaller swimbaits such as Huddleston 68 special, Spro BBZ, or 6in Toad Thrashers are great choices for winter Large Mouth. Smallmouth on the other hand are very active and grabbing anything Shad pattern, A-rigs, Rattle Traps, Jerkbaits, Spoons, and Gold Bladed Spinnerbaits burned over rock piles in cloudy conditions are slamming the Smallmouth.  

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January 23, 2015

The water temperature is 54 degrees with 5 feet of visibility. Limits of Trout have been taken this week. Casting spinners and Rapalas from shore looking for Trout schools seems to be working. Largemouth Bass are hitting rattle traps, jerk baits, and rubber worms. Smallmouth Bass are biting drop shot robo worms, dart-head jigs and craw jigs. Stripers are hititng A-rigs, Shad lures and cut bait. No Catfish reports. 

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