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CA
United States
37° 46' 36.066" N, 119° 7' 30.666" W

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Fishing Report Provided by Nor Cal Fishing News - Tim Goode
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Fishing Report
July 31, 2014
Silver Lake received a nice boost this week thanks to a surprise load of 1,000 pounds of nice fish from Desert Springs put in by Southern California Edison. That load coupled with our weekly stocking of 800 pounds from DFW has really helped fishing at Silver Lake. The weather has been a little on the warmer side this past week but it has not slowed fishing down to much as long as you take your baits deep to the bottom of the lake as that is where all the fish are hanging out. The is no Magic Potion this week for catching as usual, mid day is slower when its hot and better early in the morning and late in the afternoon. Rainbow Glitter Garlic, straight Garlic, Salmon egg Red, and Salmon Peach Power Baits have seen some good results, as has worms, and Berkley Mice Tails. If you have the capability to troll deep, Speedy Shiners, or other types of flashers will work well. The bugs are out more this week than last week so tossing some small flies like a caddis, Nymphs, or mosquitos early and late should also show some great results. Silver Lake (760) 648-7525
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Fishing Report Provided by Nor Cal Fishing News - Tim Goode
Rating:
3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
| Water Temp:71-80 F | Clarity: Cloudy
Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
Fishing Report
July 17, 2014
We did receive another load of 800 pounds of DFW trout this past Thursday and are on schedule to continue to receive these same numbers every week. Anglers have seen great results early in the morning and late in the day as the weather is cooler and the trout are up and feeding in those cooler, shadows on the lake. During the heat of the day the trout are going to be deep in the water so your best beat is to use some various Power Baits; Salmon Egg Red, Garlic, Rainbow Glitter and Chartreuse, take it to the bottom and use a 24-30″ leader line to bring the Power Bait off the bottom to about the top of the weed line. The water temperature is hovering around 65-68 degrees so the deeper the better. Thomas Buoyant, as always, have been a steady beat in the lure department, as have Kastmasters in a Rainbow pattern, or Tasmanian Devils in any red or pink color. Trolling with a streamer fly late in the day like a Olive Matuka, Green Wooly Bugger or Rainbow Hornberg will work as well. This time of season, get up early and fish hard, take a nap mid day then go back out in the late afternoon and hit it hard again. Silver Lake (760) 648-7525
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