Fish Sniffer On Demand Digital Edition Issue 3618 August 18- September 4 2017 - Page 13

Brought To You By VOL.36 • ISS. 18 BASS ANGLER NEWS! Aug. 18 - Sept. 1, 2017 11 Lake Amador Hosts Big Largemouths 13.5 miles of shoreline to fish from as well as an extra large fishing dock that extends over 100’ off the shoreline below the clubhouse. For those who want to rent a boat, 12 foot aluminum boats are available for ½ and full day rentals at the Club- house. For more information, con- tact: Lake Amador Resort at 209-274-4739, www.lakeama- 13TH ANNUAL CUSTOMER APPRECIATION TOURNAMENT SEPT. 9-10 • CLEAR LAKE • KONOCTI VISTA CASINO W hile trout offer the most popular fishery at Lake Amador from Oc- tober through May, the lake also hosts great populations of Florida-strain largemouth bass, channel and blue catfish, black crappie, redear sunfish and bluegill. The largemouth found in Amador are Florida strain/ northern hybrids. Northern strain bass were planted in the lake after it was filled in 1968, followed by the introduction of Florida-strain largemouth by the CDFW in 1973. The lake record large- mouth weighing 17.1 pounds was caught in 1986 by Tim Kamura. Amador, located on Jack- son Creek, is managed just as a fishing lake - no water skiing or jet skis are al- lowed. Lake Amador Resort has been a family owned and operated business since 1972, and is located in the beautiful Oak studded Mother Lode foothills of the Sierra Nevada only one hour from Sacramento and Stockton, and only two hours from anywhere in the Bay Area. Lake Amador offers a dual lane paved boat launch that provides safe launching from full capacity all the way to 80’ down. For those without a boat, they offer • $200 Per Team Entry Fee • $10, $20 & $20 Big Fish Options • Entry Fee Includes Satur����� • Fri. Check-in On Sept. 8th At 4-6 PM All proceeds donated to the Children’s Hospital of Central Calif. Amateurs & Families Welcome • Closed To All Pro Anglers! For More 1608 Oakdale Road • Modesto, CA 95355 Information: (209) 551-2165 •