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Shasta Cascade Fishing Report

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Baum Lake

There has been some dry fly activity in recent days with blue wing olives coming off mid morning. Sinking lines with Wooly Buggers and ZT's Balanced Swimming Leeches are a great choice to get some big fish. Small nymphs under a dry dropper is the best way to get a high number of fish without scaring the trout in there. Go to dry's are the Parachute Adams, Mercers Missing Link, and Griffith's Gnat. As a dropper put on a small pheasant tail or zebra midge.
Hot Flies:
Dry Flies:
Adams - #18-20, Hackle Winged May - BWO, Harrop's Last Chance - All, Griffith's Gnat, Mercer's Missing Link - #14-18, Light Cahill - #18

Nymphs/Wet Flies:
Red Copper John - #18, Ultra Scuds, GB Flashback PT - #14-20, Black A.P. - #14-16, Beaded Zebra Midge - #18-20, Mercer's Gidget, Mercer's CB Micro Mays - Ruby Red #16-18, GB Flashback PT - Olive #18, Beaded Zebra Midge - #16-20, Chromie - #18

Steamers & Leeches:
JGF Translucent Wiggle Tail - #10, Beaded Micro Buggers - #12, Zack's Damseleech - #14

- Courtesy of The Fly Shop

The Fly Shop
800-669-3474
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Bucks Lake

No current report

Eagle Lake

Anglers are getting ready for the lake to turn over and the fish are still in deep water feeding on tule chubs in 25-40 feet of water while hanging on structured bottom and rockpiles.

- Courtesy of Western Outdoor News

https://www.wonews.com/

Eagle Canyon Lake

Exclusive waters offer unsurpassed private angling for rainbows that consistently rank as California's largest. Approximately 20 miles from Red Bluff, California, spring-fed stillwaters are located in the foothills west of Lassen National Park. Trophy rainbows from 4 to 15 pounds inhabit these intimate ponds and flourish in the fertile 55-degree habitat. It's a perfect home for trophy trout.
For more information please visit www.EagleCanyonTrout.com. Eagle Canyon Lake is open seasonally from December through April. See Private Waters down further in the report.

- Courtesy of:

Confluence Outfitters
Andrew Harris
888-481-1650
andrew@confluenceoutfitters.com
www.confluenceoutfitters.com

Fall River

Fall River has closed for the season. We will keep our fingers crossed for a good winter. We'll keep you posted as we get nearer to the opener.

- Courtesy of The Fly Shop

The Fly Shop
800-669-3474
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Feather River

Salmon season closed above the Live Oak Dam Oct. 31. Fishing is slow for salmon.

- Courtesy of Western Outdoor News

https://www.wonews.com/

Hat Creek

Hat Creek has closed for the season. Keep your eyes on the report, we'll get you an update as we get closer to the opener next April!

- Courtesy of The Fly Shop

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800-669-3474
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Note: Hat Creek is a world renown fishery. Wild trout are large and abundant!

Iron Canyon Reservoir

Iron Canyon Reservoir is usually a good option if you want to get away from crowds. Fish the areas around the water release and you will have current to make a drift in. San waun worms and small nymphs like pheasant tails and zebra midges will always produce a strike as well.
Hot Flies:
Dry Flies:
Harrop's Last Chance - Callibaetis

Nymphs/Wet Flies:
San Juan Worm - Fire #8-14, Chromies - #16-18, Beaded Zebra Midge - #16-20, Mercer's CB Micro Mayfly - #14-18, GB Half-Flashback PT - #16-20

Streamers & Leeches:
Beaded Micro Buggers, Freshwater Clouser - Olive/White, Zonkers - #4

- Courtesy of The Fly Shop

The Fly Shop
800-669-3474
info@theflyshop.com
https://www.theflyshop.com/

(Image: Nor Cal Fish Reports)

Keswick Lake

Not much has changed here since the last report. Keswick is in good shape and fishing well. Look for smaller offerings up in the faster water towards the dam with S&Ms, Two Bit Hookers in black and olive producing well. Olive Wooly and Crystal Buggers work well too on sinking lines.

Stripping leeches and buggers on a type VII full sink line works great here. Fish going over 20" happen! Releases out of Shasta Dam have been stable. Good place to hire a guide though. Finding these fish requires some special knowledge and a boat.

Indicator suspended Birds Nests, Midges, PT Nymphs should work along the edges of the fast water near the Dam. Suspend your flies about 2-3 feet below the indicator. These fish like to come up to the fly. Fish the shallow edges. Stay low!! You will need a motorized boat to get to where the good fishing exists.
Hot Flies:
Dry Flies:
Mercer's Missing Link #16-18, Adams #14-16, Mercer's Parachute Profile Spinners #16

Nymphs/Wet Flies:
Bubbleback Caddis - #14, Mercer's Glo-Bubble Caddis - Tan #14, Chromie - #16-18, Mercer's Gidget, GB San Juan Worm - #12, Mercer's Biot Epoxy Golden Stones - #8-12, Chironomid Bomber - Any color #12, Mercer's CB Micro Mayfly - Brown #16-18, Pats Rubberlegs - Brown #6-8, CB Birds Nest - #10-14

Streamers & Leeches:
Crystal Buggers, Freshwater Clousers - #6, Zonkers - Natural #4, BH Halebopp Leech - Olive/Dark Olive #8

- Courtesy of The Fly Shop

The Fly Shop
800-669-3474
info@theflyshop.com
https://www.theflyshop.com/

Keswick Reservoir is known by the locals to be challenging, different and quite special.  It warrants a guided trip for the eager angler ready to catch trophy wild Rainbow and Brown Trout.  It consists of 9 miles of water and is located between Shasta Dam and Keswick Dam where its purpose lies in moderating the conditions in Shasta Lake and the Sacramento River as well as its demands to downstream irrigation and power commitments.  Due to the important role it plays in Sacramento River water management, the lake level can fluctuate throughout the day presenting challenging yet exciting fishing conditions. It is safe to say that this fishery gets very little fishing pressure due to its limited access.  Being a capable caster is essential to success, 30ft+ is recommended. Small Midges are the go-to here but we also fish leaches, caddis, small mayflies and bait fish imitations. The average trout is 16” and 25 inchers are not uncommon. Keswick Reservoir looks like a spring creek up on the top and a lake at the bottom. The season to fish this year-round fishery is best from February through July.

- Courtesy of HarvestWild

HarvestWild
Aaron Grabiel
530-356-2189
info@harvestwild.com
www.harvestwild.com

Klamath River

The middle and upper Klamath continue to provide stellar days of fishing. While it is cold, the fish will begin eating mid morning. Don't fret if you aren't on the river at the crack of dawn. The flows remain just 1,000 CFS, clarity is good and there are plenty of steelhead in the upper section. Best practices to pile up numbers is dead drifting nymph fishing Rubberlegs and eggs. With the water cooling off, you will have to slow your swung flies down and get a little deeper to consistently hook fish. An Airflo Rage head with a fast sinking Polyleader is a great combo for this system. Tie on Brett's Klamath Intruder, a Burnt Chicken, or an Assassin and have at it. Good times are ahead on the Klamath!

- Courtesy of The Fly Shop

The Fly Shop
800-669-3474
info@theflyshop.com
https://www.theflyshop.com/

Lake Almanor

Temperatures are getting cooler at night and in the morning, which is causing the surface temps to drop fast. Trout continue to hold on the natural springs and can be caught on bait, trolling, flies and hardware.

- Courtesy of Western Outdoor News

https://www.wonews.com/

Lake Oroville

According to Jamey Sorensen of North Valley Tackle, fishing for spotted bass has been excellent this week, with not much pressure. He and a friend had fast action at 25 feet on dragged Roboworms and drop-shotted 4-inch cross tail Shad in purple smoke color. The fish were uniformly at that depth everywhere they fished, and they covered a lot of water, from the North Fork point clear down into the main body. They were on all different kinds of structures.

THERMALITO AFTERBAY: According to Sorensen, this shallow impoundment is very cold, causing the largemouth here to be lethargic and hard to catch. Sorensen added that there have been a lot of duck hunters here as well.

- Courtesy of Western Outdoor News

https://www.wonews.com/

Lewiston Lake

The forest is open again and the air quality has improved dramatically. This time of year you will see fish keying on midges and chasing stripped leeches and Crystal Buggers, olive and brown are to great colors. Baetis hatches along with some lingering Callibaetis can get you some dry action on warmer days. Fish the drop offs from the main channel, you can spot cruising packs of hungry rainbows for sight fishing action.
Hot Flies:
Dry Flies:
Hackle Stackers - BWO #18, Parachute Adams - #14-18, Mayfly Cripples

Nymphs/Wet Flies:
Ultra Scuds - #16, Chromies - #18-20, Mercer's CB Micro May - Black #18, Flashback Pheasant Tail - #16-18, Beaded Zebra Midges - #18-20, Mercer's Gidgets

Streamers & Leeches:
JGF Translucent Wiggle Tail, Woolly Bugger - Any, Beadhead Crystal Buggers - #8, Zack's Swimming Leech - #8, Zack's Damseleech - Orange/Olive

- Courtesy of The Fly Shop

The Fly Shop
800-669-3474
info@theflyshop.com
https://www.theflyshop.com/

Flows have stabilized and the fishing has really begun to pick up around the lake for boat, bank and fly anglers. The lower dam has been producing some kokanee while trolling along the face of the dam. The upper dam has been producing for trout anglers trolling ‘crawlers and hardware.

- Courtesy of Western Outdoor News

https://www.wonews.com/

Manzanita Lake

Manzanita Lake is closed to any wading, swimming, or soft sided watercraft due to a dangerous otter.

The park has received substantial snowfall, the highway through the park has been closed for the season. It may be a good time to look for alternatives. Luk Lake has trout in it and fishes great all winter.

Pay attention to the special regulations here, especially where you can and can't fish. Barbless hooks, artificial lures, catch and release. Make sure you inquire at the park entrance.

Dry Flies:

Harrop's Last Chance - #16-20, Adams - #14-18, Mayfly Cripple - #18, Last Chance Cripple - Callibaetis or Baetis, Mercer's Missing Link - #14-16, Mercer's Parachute Profile Spinner

Nymphs/Wet Flies:

Zack's Attack Damsel, Burk's Sierra Damsel, Black A.P. - #14-16, Hogan's S&M - Olive #16-18, Beaded Zebra Midge - Black #18-20, Mercer's Gidgets

Beaded Micro Bugger - Black, Zonkers - #4, Beaded Micro Buggers - Any

McCloud Reservoir

This gem of a lake is full of opportunity and trout, both Rainbow Trout and Brown Trout call this river home.  There is a strong hatchery program for Rainbow Trout and a healthy wild population.  Sight cast to cruising trout or stripping streamers while blind casting to the bank can produce both trout species that McCloud Reservoir homes.  Nymphing can be productive as well as dry fly fishing Callibaetis and terrestrials.  This river fishes well year-round and can be a great fall back option as well as a destination all to itself.  The Lake has a beautiful blue green hue that takes your breath away.  The mouth of the McCloud can be very good and fishes like a spring creek.

- Courtesy of HarvestWild

HarvestWild
Aaron Grabiel
530-356-2189
info@harvestwild.com
www.harvestwild.com

The forest is open again and McCloud is one of the good places to chase trout in a stillwater. Go up to the river inlet and fish a Balanced Leech under an indicator and you will be hooked up quickly. Stripping streamers near log rafts can be effective this time of year. It's a popular place, but worth it!

Dry Flies:
Harrop's Last Chance - #16-20, Adams - #14-18, Mayfly Cripple - #18, Last Chance Cripple - Callibaetis or Baetis, Mercer's Missing Link - #14-16, Mercer's Parachute Profile Dun Spinner

Nymphs/Wet Flies:
Zack's Attack Damsel, Burk's Sierra Damsel, Black A.P. - #14-16, Hogan's S&M - Olive #16-18, Beaded Zebra Midge - Black #18-20, Mercer's Gidgets

Steamers & Leeches:
Beaded Micro Bugger - Black, Zonkers - #4, Beaded Micro Buggers - Any

- Courtesy of The Fly Shop

The Fly Shop
800-669-3474
info@theflyshop.com
https://www.theflyshop.com/

McCloud River

The McCloud River has closed for the season. It was quite the memorable season for a lot of reasons, but the large fish that came to net tops the list! We will keep you in the loop once we get closer to the opener next April.

- Courtesy of The Fly Shop

The Fly Shop
800-669-3474
info@theflyshop.com
https://www.theflyshop.com/

Modoc County Fisheries

Report provided by Modoc Outdoor Recreation and Tourism:

For anglers fishing close to home and following pandemic-mitigation recommendations, the arrival of spring weather has turned on the bass bite at Modoc County lakes on the Devil’s Garden and elsewhere. Just choose your lake, throw a weedless rig and be patient. There are so many great bass and crappie options in Modoc County it is impossible to list them all. The early trout opener at the end of April will let Big Valley residents try their luck on Ash Creek. There is nothing like a walk through the wildlife refuge to a hole that might hold a lunker brown trout. Please do your part to help Modocers stay healthy. Fish in your local community only. Do not travel to rural communities until shelter-in-place orders are lifted. Many of us need to fish, but small rural hospitals just cannot keep up as they can in larger communities. Please do your part and save your trip for later.


Northern California: by Luke: Walk & Wade Options in Northern California

Of the many things I love about fly fishing in northern California, the diversity of both fisheries and techniques has to be two of the stand outs. Dry fly? No problem. You want to use a spey rod and swing flies? Sure thing. Tight line nymphing? We got you covered. Indicator nymphing? Of course. The opportunities abound and no matter what technique gets you excited or what type of water you want to fish, there are plenty of options to make it happen. From tailwaters to spring creeks to freestones, you can find the perfect escape. And what's more is that there are options throughout the year, with some of the *best* fly fishing happening in the spring! The insect hatches start to get pretty crazy and there are still plenty of big fish to be caught. Guests on a number of fisheries have had chances to catch some great fish on just about every method available. One day due to the massive caddis hatch, we were able to throw double dries for a couple of hours and caught a bunch of fish up top. On another day we were swinging soft hackles and hooking nice trout using trout spey tactics. Northern California has incredible options and you just can't beat the weather right now! Book a trip today on one of our many options and don't forget that walk and wade trips can be extremely effective and you can catch some really big fish.

- Courtesy of:

Confluence Outfitters
Andrew Harris
888-481-1650
andrew@confluenceoutfitters.com
www.confluenceoutfitters.com

Pit River

Pit 3 flows, from Lake Britton down to the Pit 4 dam will be unseasonably high through December 7th varying from 800 CFS up to 2,800 CFS. Flows below in Pit 4 - 7 can likewise become higher than normal.

The Pit is still a good choice even as it cools off. The fish will be spread out and holding in water where you would expect them to be holding. Good flies are Rubberlegs in Black and Brown, and the Amberwing Prince Nymph. Find the pocket water and high stick everything you can reach. Look for some hatches to happen on cloudy days. You may have to search some if the rainfall becomes heavy enough to move sediment. Sculpins stripped in the deeper pools this time of year can find some bigger fish.

Here are some useful links to monitor the flows:

Pit 3 - Below Pit 3 Dam
Pit 5 - Through Big Bend
Hot Flies:  Dry Flies:
• Stimulator - Orange
• Foam October Caddis
• Potter's October Caddis
• Mercer's Skating October Caddis
• Chernobyl Ant
• Fat Albert
• Adams - #14-18
• Elk Hair Caddis - Tan #12-16
• Mayfly Cripples - #12-16

Nymphs/Wet Flies:
• Mercer's Tungsten October Pupa
• Morrish October Pupa
• Skip’s TB October Caddis
• Black A.P. - #12
• Dark Lords - #12-16
• Flashback Pheasant Tail - #14-16
• Beaded Zebra Midge - #18
• BH Hellgrammite - #6
• Mercer's Poxyback Dark Stone - #6
• GB Black A.P. - #10-12
• CB Micro Mayflies - #14-18
• Red Copper Johns - #16-18
• Pat's Brown Rubberleg - #6-8
• Gordon's Amber Wing Prince - #14-18
• GB Bird's Nest - #10-16

Streamers & Leeches:
• Zack's Swimming Leech - #8
Pit 3 - Below Pit 3 Dam
Pit 5 - Through Big Bend

- Courtesy of The Fly Shop

The Fly Shop
800-669-3474
info@theflyshop.com
https://www.theflyshop.com/

Private Waters

Privately owned waters represent an appreciable portion of California’s fishable waters. This includes flowing waters, privately owned lakes, and ponds. California’s private waters provide a great amount of fishing opportunity, produces quality fisheries and are important habitats for native wildlife species. Book with one of our amazing members here:

The Fly Shop

There are several hundred miles of rivers, creeks, lakes and streams within easy striking distance of The Fly Shop® in Redding. To book a guided trip on one of our private waters or regional lakes or streams you can call or send a message at info@theflyshop.com. 

https://www.theflyshop.com/adventures/private.html

Confluence Outfitters

We guide the best trout and steelhead destinations in northern California and southern Oregon. The guide team at Confluence Outfitters has the expertise, local knowledge and versatility to make your next fly fishing trip a trip to remember!

https://confluenceoutfitters.com/destination-map.aspx

Harvest Wild

HarvestWild offers guided fly fishing, gear fishing and instructor led clinics. HarvestWild is based in the heart of the west coasts most abundant fishing. In Northern California, we have bountiful rivers, lakes, reservoirs, and streams which collectively offer fishing 365 days a year in some of the most picturesque settings.

https://www.harvestwild.com/guided-fishing

Sacramento River - Lower

Red Bluff to Colusa: Although fishing is slow, a few salmon have been caught near Woodson Bridge. Anglers are awaiting rains to pull late-fall kings from the ocean.

- Courtesy of Western Outdoor News

https://www.wonews.com/

The first wave of fall run salmon have finished spawning for the most part up top, but the good news is we are continuing to see large rainbows in the net above Bonnyview. Salmon are still on redds below Jelly's Ferry, so keep your eyes peeled and you can get hooked up to some nice trout eating eggs. The next wave of salmon should make their way up here following this storm. For insects, look for Baetis on cloudy days to really pop and on warm days we are seeing the Caddis coming off after lunch to late afternoon. Small Zebra Midges in black and red, and your favorite Baetis nymphs in black or brown #16 - 18 S&M/Shot Glass/2 Bit Hooker/Twisted Tactical May all work right now. For the Caddis, the Lower Sac LaFontaine, Mercer's Little Brown Bug and green Silvey's Pupa work well. We're looking forward to the rain and the weather bringing it!

- Courtesy of The Fly Shop

The Fly Shop
800-669-3474
info@theflyshop.com
https://www.theflyshop.com/


Nov 9, by Brian

I had a really fun day with my long-time guests who was a pleasure to spend time with! We had a nasty north wind that not only made casting a challenge, but it also seemed to shut down the bite. Our grabs were pretty spread out, but fairly aggressive when it happened. Dick landed a couple smaller fish before hooking into a very nice fish that put up quite a battle before finally spitting the hook. Matt landed a very nice fish that capped off a really fun day. In just the past few days, the weather has changed, and it’s obvious fall has arrived.

- Courtesy Confluence Outfitters

Confluence Outfitters
Andrew Harris
888-481-1650
andrew@confluenceoutfitters.com
www.confluenceoutfitters.com

Sacramento River - Upper

The Delta Fire ran through the lower end of the Sacramento River drainage above Shasta Lake in 2018. Any time there is any rain in the forecast be extra cautious if you go to stay upstream of the Slate Creek drainage as heavy downpours could cause slides and debris flows.

The entire Upper Sac is fishing well right now! The October Caddis hatch has moved downstream of Dunsmuir and continues to be strong. For your best chances at hooking fish, get above or below the main hatch as the fish in the thick of things will be sleeping off burrito comas. The river is skinny, but you can tight line or use a dry-dropper rig to put your favorite October Caddis Pupa pattern in front of fish. In the evenings fish a stimulator in yellow or orange in the soft edges when fish will take the ovipositing adults. Midge pupas and Baetis are still the staple on this river if you are dead drifting nymphs. Swinging in the lower river has been getting some solid results with the rainbows moving up out of Lake Shasta. Sculpin and shad patterns are equally effective.

- Courtesy of The Fly Shop

The Fly Shop
800-669-3474
info@theflyshop.com
https://www.theflyshop.com/

Shasta Lake

John Boitano of Phil’s Propeller said the bass bite is now hit and miss. On windy days when there’s a ruffle on the water there’s still a reaction bite on main body rocky shorelines on crankbaits, swimbaits and blades. Otherwise, it’s time to turn to finesse tactics, and just about any plastic offering will work at 20 to 30 feet. It’s now prime time for the trout, especially down by the dam, where shore anglers working bobbers and flies or bobbers and jigs are catching rainbows. Trout trollers don’t have to drop below 20 feet. The lake has turned over.

- Courtesy of Western Outdoor News

https://www.wonews.com/

The lake of great possibilities. Such a fun change of pace and incredible surroundings.  You have a chance to get some hogs out of this lake. We can fly fish or spin fish and something to note, a great place to perfect your casting, learn different techniques and enjoy your day in this beautiful location full of hungry fish. As a bonus, spotted bass make great meals. If you want to go mix it up, this is the place. We hold that 'special' permit to be able to guide these waters and our team is ready to go.

- Courtesy of HarvestWild

HarvestWild
Aaron Grabiel
530-356-2189
info@harvestwild.com
www.harvestwild.com

Siskiyou Lake

Lake Siskiyou is a reservoir formed by Box Canyon Dam on the Sacramento River, in far northern California, near the town of Azalea, California. It is the site of local recreation, as well as being used for watershed protection and flood control.

- Courtesy of Shasta Cascade

Shasta Cascade Wonderland Association

https://www.shastacascade.com/

(800)474-2782

Trinity Lake

There are a few Summer fish adults hanging around the Douglas City area as well as some reports of the elusive Trinity River brown trout being caught around Lewiston. The Fly water below the dam is a great spot to find juveniles ready to make their migration down stream. Every day the reports have been slowly getting better so give Chris or Bryan a call to book a trip with the Trinity River Experts.

- Courtesy of The Fly Shop

The Fly Shop
800-669-3474
info@theflyshop.com
https://www.theflyshop.com/

Small swimbaits and soft plastics are still dominating and there have been good numbers of quality largemouth and smallmouth bass being caught consistently through the past week.

- Courtesy of Western Outdoor News

https://www.wonews.com/

Trinity River

Nov 14, by Brian

I had two really fun days on the Trinity with a great group of guys. My guys wanted to focus on swinging flies, but also nymph between the runs so we did a “combo” trip.  Friday turned out to be a special day for Jeff. This was the day he would land his very first steelhead – and it was on the swing! Saturday was Frank’s day, while nymphing a run he hooked into a beautiful fish that put up quite a battle! We got some rain on Saturday and the forecast is calling for more rain this week. This is much needed and should help entice more fish to move up river.

- Courtesy Confluence Outfitters

Confluence Outfitters
Andrew Harris
888-481-1650
andrew@confluenceoutfitters.com
www.confluenceoutfitters.com

We continue to eye this storm headed from the northwest with anticipation. The river is The largest concentrations of fish will be from Junction City down thorough Willow Creek. Some salmon are spawning, if you find them throw eggs and a Rubberlegs to get hooked up. Golden Stones are showing themselves, Solitude's Golden Stone is a great fly and should produce from now through the end of the season. While nymphing will usually produce some action on the Trinity, the Fall is the time to get out the long pole and do some swinging. Skating muddlers will produce some exciting surface action, while a small poly leader will get your fly down into a better strike zone for these migrators. With the river low, you can still get away with a polyleader. When the river swells and gains some color you may need to get deeper with the tips. Give Bryan or Chris a call if you would like to book a guide.

- Courtesy of The Fly Shop

The Fly Shop
800-669-3474
info@theflyshop.com
https://www.theflyshop.com/

The Upper Trinity is fishing well for steelhead, said guide Steve Huber, with MagLip plugs and bait both working. More steelhead should arrive in the lower river after last weekend’s rain. Flows over the weekend at Lewiston Dam on the Trinity were 296 cfs, with flows of 337 cfs at Douglas City and 356 cfs at Junction City. Flows at Hoopa were 816 cfs.

- Courtesy of Western Outdoor News

https://www.wonews.com/

Whiskeytown Lake

Anglers working the weed lines are catching bass. Topwater is effective early and late according to John Boitano of Phil’s Propeller. He said anglers who know the weed lines are doing well with finesse baits, cranks and spinners.

- Courtesy of Western Outdoor News

https://www.wonews.com/

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