Monthly Archives: September 2011
Resort guest Sharon from Newman CA went out this morning with her husband Terry fishing off the bank behind cabin # 7 and hooked this 1 lb. 16” German Brown using night crawlers.
Yesterday Resort guests Joe from Daily City Ca. and Michelle From Ukiah Ca. went out in one of our rental boats, They were trolling near woods creek with Night-crawlers about ten foot down using a split shot above their leader. When they caught these nice rainbows 2 of them weighed in at 4 lbs. Joe … Continue reading
Seth and Jim went out this morning in a boat and were trolling at the mouth of Emigrant Bay near the “Big Rock Island” when Seth caught these two nice rainbows both just under a pound. Seth is from Ione and Jim is from Ukiah. They were trolling worms on top of the water about … Continue reading
According to the Dept. of Fish and Game web site they just planted Caples, Upper Blue Lake, Bear River Res., Silver Lake and Kirkwood Lake last week and this week they plan on planting the East and West forks of the Carson River so come on up the fishing is great and we have plenty … Continue reading
Mike Harris from Roseville went out first thing this morning and caught these nice rainbows, the big one is just over 3 lbs and the “small” one is a little over 1lb. He was fishing from the bank just east of the spill-way using Rainbow Power-Bait and a bobber. Mike and his lovely wife Becky … Continue reading
LOOK AT THESE BEAUTYS (and the fish aint bad either) [slideshow] Resort guests Paige and her younger sister Courtney went fishing this morning with their dad Rick Shirley and skunked him in one of our 14 ft. rental boats this morning in emigrant bay trolling with night crawlers when they caught these really nice rainbows … Continue reading
Forrest and Cole Taira from Sacramento went out this morning in one of our rental boats and caught this stringer full of rainbows drifting near Woods Creek with Night-Crawlers. Some of these are planters that they just now put in and others are holdovers from the last plant. The Tairas stayed in one of our … Continue reading