Monthly Archives: July 2010
The George Family after a good morning fishing in Emigrant Cove. Using nightcrawlers and a variety of powerbait (sherbert, green & orange).
JUST A REMINDER THAT THE SPEED LIMIT IS 10 MPH, NO WAKE PLEASE.
The full moon hasn’t slowed the fishing down at all. We have seen plenty of nice sized rainbows brought in by boatere reeling them in at Emigrant Cove.
Fishing in the Emigrant Cove area and the deep part of the lake has been pretty consistant for catching nice sized browns and rainbows, using kastmasters, dodgers and even worms. We are seeing rainbows being caught from shore using worms & powerbait.
On 7/20/10 1600 pounds of “catchables” ranging from 1/2 – 1 pound in size were planted. Also received 700 ponds of “trophy” rainbows in the 3-6 pound range.
EID & KMPUD will be planting 1600 pounds of 5-10# trophy & catchables from the Caples Lake Resort launch ramp on 7/20/10.
Dale Thomas – 5# using spotted kastmaster off boat
Walt Frey of Escalon, CA caught this lunker near Wood’s Ceek using pink glitter power bait.
The wildflowers are starting to bloom but we’re still a week or more away from their peak. Some of the trails that are good right now include: Showers Lake, Woods Lake, Thunder Mountain & Red Cliffs.
Robert Glanville of Pollock Pines caught this 5 pounder using a silver & blue kastmaster, he fishing off shore between the spillway and Caples Lake Resort. Overall fishing has been hit & miss the past few days both by boat & on shore. Half the folks limiting out or catching at least one nice sized … Continue reading