Location

CA
United States
35° 11' 27.6504" N, 120° 28' 28.722" W
3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Cloudy Air Temperature: 71-80 F Water Temp: 71-80 F Clarity: Stained 3 fish caught

I was out with the private club called "BEACH CITIES BASS" for the second year in a row. I didn't have as much success compared to last year when I caught two four pounders back to back.  This year, the only good bass I've caught was a two pounder and that was a day before the tournament.  I realize now that this is a crawdad lake and not a worm lake. Well, I've seen anglers catch more bass on crawdads than I have worms. 

The bluegill, RedEar, and Crappie bite was very good! I caught a red-ear on a craw type lure on a shakey head. Anyway, I hope that helps.
 

CatchSpeciesLure / BaitBrandWeight (lb)Length (in)
1Largemouth BassCrawfishYamamoto
2Smallmouth BassCrawfishYamamoto
3Largemouth BassCrankbait
3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 61-70 F

     LOPEZ: The bass bite remains fair to good with a lot of fish on plastics and nightcrawlers, and reaction baits are nearly as good. There are still catfish showing in the coves on sardines, mackerel, and other cut baits. The bluegill and redear bites are also getting hot and showing around rocky structure on meal worms, red worms, and wax worms in 15 feet or more of water. Quagga mussel inspections are required before boat launching is allowed. Anglers need to think cleaned, drained, and dry or they are likely to be denied access. Information: 805-489-1006.

3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 61-70 F

     LOPEZ: The bass bite remains fair to good with a lot of fish on plastics and nightcrawlers, and reaction baits are nearly as good. There are still catfish showing in the coves on sardines, mackerel, and other cut baits. The bluegill and redear bites are also getting hot with the fish shallower and showing around rocky structure on meal worms, red worms, and wax worms in 15 feet or more of water. Quagga mussel inspections are required before boat launching is allowed. Anglers need to think cleaned, drained, and dry or they are likely to be denied access. Information: 805-489-1006.

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