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Fish report for Jan. 25, 2017
Chris Lauritzen of Lauritzen's Yacht Harbor in Oakley was also concerned about the conditions in the main Sacramento River, and he said, “There is so much debris coming down the main Sacramento River, and the flow is so heavy that there is no incoming
Don Pedro continues to be a top bass lake in the Mother Lode with a second limit of more than 20 pounds winning a Best Bass Tournament. Dennis and Hayden Lee weighed in a five-fish limit at 21. 14 pounds with a big fish at 5. 9 pounds. Kevin Cheek, tournament director of the Best Bass Tournaments, said, “We had 76 boats participating in the past weekend’s Mother Lode circuit opener, and despite horrific weather, all but four boats weighed in fish. The bass were much deeper than last week, as we had to fizz at least 150 bass upon their release from the live well. Everything seemed to work for the fishermen, and the winners were rewarded by working Brush Hogs across the main lake points from the bottom to the surface. Most anglers were targeting bass at depths between 20 and 60 feet with plastics on the drop-shot or jigs, and the overall average bass was 2. 49 pounds, up from 2. 1 pounds during the previous Saturday’s event with 63 boats. ” Mike Gomez of the Bait Barn in Waterford said, “Fishing is still great at the lake, and my brothers Mark and Ruben came in 13th with a limit at 13. 73 pounds using the Berserk jigs in Green Craw or Brown Purple as well as a Pro Worms in 261 LT... The lake is clouding up, but the fishing is still outstanding. ” Don Pedro is holding at 90 percent and 813. 9 feet in elevation with water releases balanced between inflow. Call: Monte Smith, 209-581-4734. Danny Layne-Fish’n Dan, 209-586-2383. Gary Vella, 209-652-7550. M Mike Gomez of the Bait Barn in Waterford said, “The lake is clouding up from the quick rise, but bass action remains very good with jigs or plastics... Berserk Jigs in Brown/Purple, Green Craw or Purple Hornet along with Pro Worms in 124p, 261 LT or 300 have been the most effective. ” The lake rose to 71 percent, and floating wood and debris is a hazard for boaters. The launch ramps at McClure Point and Barrett Cove South are open, but the Horseshoe Bend launch ramp and Barrett Cove North ramps are closed. Fishing is limited to a few planters with garlic trout dough bait, Power Eggs or nightcrawlers. Call: McSwain Marina, 209-378-2534. New Melones Reservoir/Tulloch For the first time since June 2014, the Tuttletown launch ramp has opened, as the lake has risen to 39 percent and 933. 5 feet in elevation. The Glory Hole launch ramp is open on all four lanes on the concrete for the first time in recent memory. The lake is stained in most areas, but a few sectors are clearing faster than others, and there is scattered debris floating on the surface throughout the lake. John Liechty of Glory Hole Sports in Angels Camp said, “The rainbow trout have scattered out with the rising water, and there is also a bit of stain in the water, which will reduce visibility. The fresh water flowing into the lake will provide the trout with nutrient-rich and oxygenated waters. ” Bank fishing has improved, but with the vegetation and floating grass along the shorelines, fishermen are advised to use a longer leader to float the bait above the grass. As the water came up so quickly, the rainbows moved off the shoreline, but with the clear weather expected this week, they should return to the banks. Bass fishing remains good, although the fish have moved into new areas and are spreading out throughout the lake. Liechty said, “Keep in mind that the shoreline has an abundance of flooded vegetation due to the rising water levels, and presentations that move easily through grass are most effective. With the stained water, scent, a clicking bead or soft plastics with colored flake are working best. There are big fish to be taken, and Team Sheppard won the recent Sonora Bass Anglers tournament with a five-fish limit of 18. 01 pounds, including a 9. 24-pound largemouth bass. Glory Hole Sports is holding its Big Bass Bash on Jan. 28 with 100 percent payback with a two-fish limit of one spotted bass and one largemouth bass with a team fee of $165. Catfish and crappie action remains slow in the cold and stained water. Call: Glory Hole Sports, 209-736-4333. Monte Smith, 209-581-4734. Danny Layne-Fish’n Dan,.
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