I envy you guys who have boats and such.Us landbound fishermen have it tougher. Also no forage for the bass and bluegills to hide. Usually is by now. Only fish caught were by guys who disobeyed the law and fished off Launch Ramp 2..I counted no less than 15 different guys fishing off that Ramp the other day.Seems so unfair.And they know the rules because when a Ranger should drive up,they jump off the ramp.I say either post a Ranger there all day or let everybody fish off the launch ramp.Fair is fair.
Now,if you think I am just sower;I've done great the past years off the shore catching Largemouth,catfish ,and bluegills.Some even very large.I always catch and release(my own personal taste).I just think that the rules should be followed by everybody,not just some of us.
Oh,by the way, you would never believe what I caught last month at Skinner!!! A ROUND GOBY!!!!Now where did that invasive come from?
The carp are going crazy !!Tons of them.Think I'll take up carp fishing(LOL)
Fishing Report Provided by ONS - Fishhound Pro Staff (Outdoor News Service) - Jim Matthews
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April 17, 2014
Overall very good action with the stripers showing in good numbers in the inlet area on shad, white jigs, lug worms, and sardines. The largemouth bass are good in the shallows with a lot of males still guarding beds and the females starting to feed with even some top water. Water clear to sight fishing is still an option. Chris Hawks, Winchester, landed an eight-pound bass fishing for stripers at the inlet with anchovies. The bluegill and redear bites are also pretty good in deeper water as the fish start moving up for their spawn. Catfish really came on this week with a number of quality fish reported. Best fish were channels at 18 and 20 pounds caught by Bryan Porter, Temecula, on mackerel at Ramp No. 2. Information: store 951-926-1505 or marina 951-926-8515.
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