Fish Sniffer On Demand Digital Edition Issue 3714 June 22-July 6, 2018 - Page 12

12 June 22 - July 6, 2018 FRESHWATER pounds while using Berkley Crappie Niblets and a variety of small crappie jigs.” She hasn’t heard many reports on catfish action since the catfish tournament was held in May. - Dan Bacher FRESHWATER REPORTS: CONTINUED FROM PG 7 CAMANCHE LAKE cont. every trip this year, and the rainbows are dropping deeper in the water column. I have been working the main river channel at depths from 25 to 40 feet with my best action from 30 to 40 feet. We have caught fish as high as 25 feet and as deep as 40 feet, but I am setting out only three lines with one at 30, one at 35, and the last one at 40 feet. Speedy Shiners continue to be our best bet,” Dunham reported. “The boat traffic doesn’t really start getting heavy until 11:00 a.m., but we have been limiting out before this.” he added. Bass fishing has been fair with the best action in the river arm with plastics on the drop-shot. Rick Henderson of Valley Springs found largemouths at 5 and 7 pounds up the river arm while Sean Case caught and released a 10.5-pound largemouth. - Dave Hurley COLLINS LAKE Target Trout With Kastmasters, Spinners Dale Hansen of Placerville was soaking garlic PowerBait at Lake Amador on May 21 when this 5 pound rainbow decided to bite. Photo courtesy of the LAKE AMADOR CAFÉ, Lake Amador. CARSON PASS REGION Shore Anglers Lay Into Caples Rainbows Browns and mackinaws have been scarce, although Chris of Gardnerville PIONEER – Bank fishermen and trollers managed to land one mackinaw and one brown weighing 4 pounds each while are experiencing “very good” rainbow trout trolling with his friend, Dan Kaffer. action at Caples Lake, reported John Voss “Another angler reported catching and of the Caples Lake Resort. releasing some beautiful holdover rainbows “Fishermen are hooking mostly planters, in the Woods Creek inlet of the lake,” said along with some holdover rainbows to Voss. 3-1/2 pounds,” said Voss. “Shore anglers Voss noted that anglers are also picking are finding the best success while throwing up rainbows in the West Fork of the Kastmasters, Panther Martins and Carson River while using salmon eggs, PowerBait from off the dam and spillway. Kastmasters, spinners and nightcrawlers. Trollers are doing best with worms behind The lake is currently just 6 inches from flashers.” full. Trout fishing remains productive at Lower Bear River Reservoir, according to the Bear River Lake Resort. (510) 223-1661 (925) 426-0197 Most anglers are using PowerBait and worms off the campground. The (925) 449-5201 (209) 748-2318 lake is about 10 feet from full. (209) 772-1472 Silver Lake Offer valid on all boat rentals Monday - Friday and Red Lake For more information about Boating, Camping & Recreation are now open. Visit WWW.ROCKYMOUNTAINREC.COM Anglers can hook All other boat rental terms and conditions still apply.Offer subject to boat rental availability. Offer expires on 12/31/2018 and is not valid with any other coupon/discount with any other coupon/discount. rainbow, brown and mackinaw trout at Silver Lake and brook and Lahontan cutthroat trout at Red Lake. - Dan Bacher 20% OFF ALL-DAY BOAT RENTALS AT SAN PABLO RESERVOIR SHADOW CLIFFS LAKE LAKE DEL