Monthly Archives: June 2010
NICK’S LIMIT About 100 feet off shore between the USFS/EID Boat Ramp and Woods Lake Creek, June 29, 2010 FISHING REPORT Fishing has slowed down the past few days (tell that to Nick) which we attribute to more insects coming out with the warm weather and the full moon. People are still reporting catching limits of … Continue reading
20 rainbows & browns caught on the shore by the dam using night crawlers.
Today it actually felt like summer up here in the high country, the lake was glass, a perfect day for kayaking .
In addition to the great fishing at Caples Lake there is a variety of activities planned for the 4th of July weekend. The Kirkwood Valley Fire Department will host its annual BBQ from 3:30 – 6 on July 3rd in the Village Plaza. Kirkwood Mountain Resort will offer mountain biking and skiing on the 3rd … Continue reading
Most of our trails are still snow covered but there are a few accessible hikes. Shealor Lake – still some snow in the first 1/4 mile as well as 3-4 downed trees but the trail is pretty easy to find. Granite Lake – snowfree Carson Pass – the north side has some snow through the trees in … Continue reading
We have been thawed for 10 days now and fishing has really picked up. People are reporting limits of 8-12″ browns and rainbows caught both on shore and from boats. Saturday we started seeing bigger sized (4-7+ lbs.) rainbows, browns and even a few macs all caught from boats. Worms, rainbow rapalas and fluorescent green … Continue reading
8-14″ rainbows & browns are what’s being pulled out of the lake right now, both on shore and by boat. Reports by boat indicate that the fish are right on top. Here’s some fresh pics from Friday June 18, 2010
Dow Haskins from Zephyr Cove, NV showing off his stringer of rainbows and browns.