Here are the best places to fish in the Sacramento region, Northern California and beyond for the week of June 6, 2016.
▪ AMERICAN RIVER
Flows held steady at 4,000 cfs last week and are expected to remain constant this week. Shad fishing remains good throughout the river, although the section near the Sunrise bridge has been hot, making it a good bet for anglers who don’t have a boat. Rossmoor Bar, Sarah Court, Watt Avenue, Gristmill and Harrington have all produced good fishing. Discovery Park is fishing best on the outgoing tide, especially in the evening. The tide cycle is more favorable this week. Tiny lead-headed jigs with chartreuse grubs, or red and white shad darts, have been working best.
▪ FEATHER RIVER
Shad fishing has slowed on the Feather River near Shanghai Bend, although a few fish are still being caught. The Yuba River remains good for shad, but it also will soon begin to slow. There are lots of smaller striped bass in the Feather that are too small to keep, but are providing plenty of action for anglers looking to catch and release a bunch of fish. Pile worms and minnows are working well. Salmon season opens July 16.
▪ SACRAMENTO RIVER, Red Bluff to Colusa
Shad fishing has slowed down, but fish are still being caught. Striper fishing has slowed above Colusa. Salmon season opens July 16. Anglers are optimistic about the opener based on good catches in the ocean out of San Francisco and Eureka.
▪ SACRAMENTO RIVER, Sacramento
Shad are being caught on the outgoing tide at Discovery Park, but fishing has slowed. This week’s better tides could give anglers another shot at good fishing. Fishing also has slowed near Miller Park. Salmon season opens July 16.
▪ SACRAMENTO RIVER, Verona to Colusa
Small stripers are still being caught at Colusa, Tisdale, Knight’s Landing and Verona. Jumbo minnows, swimbaits and pile worms are tricking what’s left of the spring striper run. Catfish also are being caught near the wing dams below Verona, as well as the Sutter Bypass and at Knight’s Landing, as well as the Butte Creek Slough. Sturgeon fishing has been best from Ward’s to Knight’s Landing.
NORTH COAST RIVERS
▪ CHETCO RIVER, Brookings, Oregon
Fishing is open for sea-run cutthroat trout. Small spinners, such as Rooster Tails, fished in the tidewater riffles are catching fish early in the mornings and in the evenings. Flows were 248 cfs over the weekend, summer time levels.
▪ ROGUE RIVER, Gold Beach, Oregon
Anglers can now keep wild king salmon since June 1, but fishing remains slow. This year's springer run was well below average. With warming water temperatures, and dropping flows, salmon will likely begin holding in the bay sometime in July. The bay fishery for big fall kings runs mid-July through September.
▪ ROGUE RIVER, Grants Pass, Oregon
Hot, hot days over 100 degrees up here. Still some spring salmon being caught in the middle section, and some above that, mostly on plugs and some on bait. As of June 1, anglers can keep wild salmon or hatchery below Fish Creek ferry boat ramp.
▪ RUSSIAN RIVER
Shad are still in the river and available very early or late in the evening when the water-users are off the river and things calm down. The smallmouth bass fishing is also good early and late for those throwing minnow-imitating lures.
▪ SMITH RIVER
Sea-run cutthroat trout are the only game in town, but they are fun and often overlooked, according to WON Staff Writer Andy Martin of Wild Rivers Fishing, who said that guide Mick Thomas is running trip out of Hiouchi and using small spinners for good action. Salmon won’t arrive here until late September.
▪ KLAMATH RIVER, Hornbrook
With flows of 1,280 cfs at Iron Gate Dam, the Upper Klamath is in good shape for steelhead and wild rainbows. Nightcrawlers fished below divers, small plugs, and flies all are working. Hot weather has sparked the salmon fly hatch.
▪ KLAMATH RIVER, Happy Camp
Flows Sunday at Seiad Valley were 2,510 cfs, good for trout and steelhead fishing. A heat wave in Happy Camp has kept many anglers away except for first light and late in the evening.
▪ KLAMATH RIVER, Klamath Glen
Flows on Sunday at Terwer were 9,940 cfs. Anglers have begun anchoring and running spinners for spring salmon, but so far fishing has been slow. The river remains in perfect shape for springers, but so far only a handful of fish have been caught by the guide boats.
▪ TRINITY RIVER
Flows at Lewiston Dam dropped below 2,900 cfs for the first time in more than a month last week. They are expected to continue to drop over the next several weeks. No salmon have been reported yet, as the river has been too high to effectively salmon fish. Expect salmon to show up in fishable numbers by mid-June. Some brown trout have been caught between Lewiston and Douglas City on Rapalas.
NORTH COAST LAKES
▪ CLEAR LAKE
Crappie on mini-jigs or cut bait for catfish continues to be the best bet as the lake transitions into the summer bite. Drop-shot a wacky rigged RoboWorm in 16 feet of water.
▪ LAKE BERRYESSA
Trout action has been from Skiers Cove to Spanish Flats and the kokanee have been up around the Big Island on Apexs, Dick Nite spoons, small needlefish and Triple Teazers from 25 to 35 feet with red or pink Pautzke Fire Corn with garlic oil. Topwater baits like Ricos, Gunfish or Sammys in shad patterns thrown early and late produced bass coming off beds. Crappie can be found on jigs and tubes off shallow points and in the coves.
▪ LAKE SONOMA
Largemouth bass and a few smallmouth bass can be found by covering water with a LuckyCraft BDS3 in an American Shad pattern early up the Warm Springs arm.
▪ LAKE ALMANOR
Insect hatches are going off all over both basins and both the trout and bass are responding. Late spring time can produce some of the best bites here.
▪ BAUM LAKE
Bring a variety of flies here as more hatches are going off and the trout bite has picked has picked up.
▪ BUCKS LAKE
Try the Mill and Bucks creeks arms for brown and rainbow trout or open water for kokes and macks.
▪ EAGLE LAKE
Trout to almost 3 pounds were caught mostly on inflated nightcrawlers.
▪ FALL RIVER
Trout from 14 to 20 inches have been possible on floating and intermediate lines matched with a variety of mayfly dries, leeches, streamers and nymphs.
▪ HAT CREEK
Try some green drakes, nymphs and dries or big salmon flies as it gets warmer.
▪ MCCLOUD RIVER
Rubber legs and anything black have been working for some nice trout.
▪ PIT RIVER
Waters are still high and fast so be careful out there. Big, dark flies work here. Try big black nymphs, popper Johns or a Mercer Tb Pt Prince.
▪ SHASTA LAKE
Both the trout and salmon can be found in front of the dam. Lures worked best for trout while rolled shad and anchovies by the dam and up in Dry Creek were best for salmon. Bass are 15 to 20 feet and a little deeper. Chartreuse colored spinner blades and Kyte Xs will find the bigger bass from Packers Bay out to the Pit arm. Or go catfishing with chicken livers and hot dogs. There are also crappie to be found on jigs and tubes off shallow points and in the coves.
▪ TRINITY LAKE
Has not been a good option due to launch conditions and lower water levels.
▪ WHISKEYTOWN RESERVOIR
You’ll find steady action for trout limits and a few brook trout. Kokes to 14 inches and are healthy while rainbows to 18 inches were taken at 40 feet in the main body on the south side of the 299 Bridge on spinners and Hoochies with pink beads and a short 6- to 8-inch leader behind 4-inch sling blades.
▪ LAKE AMADOR
The summer pattern is in full swing, and the campgrounds have been filled every weekend. Trout fishing is best in deep water as they have moved out of the coves into the main body of the lake. Trout plants have ended until October. Crappie and bluegill are taken on mini-jigs or jumbo red worms. Largemouth bass are taken on plastics or jigs. The 1st annual Carp Spear and Bow Fishing Tournament on Saturday, June 18 with a $10.00 entry fee which includes launch fee, park entry fee, and fishing fee. There is a side pot of $10.00 for the largest carp brought to the scales. Information on the upcoming derby is available at www:lakeamador.com or (209) 274-4739.
▪ LAKE CAMANCHE
Bass, catfish, bluegill, and crappie are the top species with the water warming up rapidly. The lake has risen to 71% of capacity. Bass fishing is best with Senkos or drop-shot plastics after a brief window for topwater in the early morning. Catfish are roaming the shallows, and chicken livers, nightcrawlers, or anchovies are the top baits. The new ADA walkway at the South Shore is nearly completed, and the boat rental dock and two of the courtesy docks have moved over with the covered berth also to be moved this week.
▪ DON PEDRO
Quality trout and kokanee are here for the taking, but you have to hunt around to find the bait schools holding the gamefish. Running heavy spoons at depths from 25 to 30 feet is best as the fish are gorging on shad. Bass fishing is best in the morning with topwater lures before dropping to the bottom with plastics on the Texas rig or drop-shot. All three launch ramps are open with the lake at 76% of capacity.
▪ LAKE McCLURE
The lake rose to 59% of capacity this week, and bass fishing has been good with largemouths to 11.43 pounds reported this week. The Kerman Bass Club held a tournament on Saturday, and the topwater bite was the best for spotted bass to 3.72 pounds with 6 of the 13 teams weighing in limits. There were five gold tagged trout released into the lake, and anyone who lands one of these rainbows by December 31 will receive $250. The McClure Point and Barrett Cove South launch ramps are open with the Barrett Cove North ramp under construction. The Bagby and Horseshoe Bend ramps remain closed, and they will most likely be closed for the rest of the season.
▪ LAKE MCSWAIN
Trout fishing has improved from the normal locations of the Brush Pile, Handicapped Docks, or the Marina with trout dough bait, nightcrawlers, or Kastmasters. Two of the five rainbows gold-tagged rainbows have already been caught, and these fish are all worth $250. There are also bass in the lake with the best bite in the mornings.
▪ NEW MELONES
Kokanee action has improved, with salmon in excess of 16 inches landed within the past week. The best action is near the dam and the spillway with a variety of micro-hoochies, bugs, or spinners in pinks, blues, or purples at depths to 50 feet. Bass fishing is good in the mornings with topwater lures before the sun hits the water before switching to the bottom with jigs or plastics. The fish are moving into deeper water by mid-morning. Catfish are in the shallows with frozen shad, mackerel, nightcrawlers, or chicken livers. Crappie fishing has slowed. The lake rose over 2 feet at 26% of capacity.
▪ LAKE PARDEE
Kokanee fishing remains good with the schools moving into the main lake out of the river arm. Small hoochies, bugs, or spinners in pink, blue, or purple are working behind a small blade. Trout fishing has slowed with the fish moving into deeper water. Catfishing is best near Stoney Creek, and the bass are in post-spawn mode. The lake has become the top kokanee reservoir in the Mother Lode, and three major tournaments scheduled during the summer.
SIERRA LAKES AND RIVERS
▪ BOCA LAKE
The lake is at 69-percent capacity. Fishing was fair at the inlet and dam for rainbows and browns, according to Mountain Hardware and Sports.
▪ CAPLES LAKE
The lake is at 91.8-percent capacity. Caples Lake Resort reported the resort was open for the summer/fall season and the lake was completely thawed. The EID boating facility was open.
▪ CARSON RIVER (East, West)
The West Carson is scheduled for a DFW trout plant this week. Todd Sodaro at Todd’s Bait and Tackle at the Creekside Lodge reported the East Carson and Silver Creek were too high and muddy for fishing. The West Carson was high but fishable as was Markleeville Creek.
▪ DAVIS LAKE
The lake is at 68-percent capacity and scheduled for a DFW trout plant this week. Ed Dillard at Dillard Guided Fishing reported trolling and shore fishing were still unexpectedly slow. He caught 1 or 2 fish on his last trip on a firetiger Sockeye Slammer and 4 other boats were skunked. Shore anglers could expect 1 nice rainbow for 4 or 5 hours of fishing.
▪ DONNER LAKE
The lake is at 97-percent capacity. Fishing was slow here. Kokanee trolling was sporadic for fat 8- to 10-inch fish using dodgers and micro-hoochies at 15 to 35 feet deep along the south side of the lake in China Cove.
▪ FEATHER RIVER CANYON
The North Fork Feather at Belden is scheduled for a DFW trout plant this week. Fishing in the river was very slow, but the Caribou Powerhouse was producing some limits of 2 to 3 pounders. After the plant, the river should be a kids’ fishing paradise.
▪ FRENCHMAN LAKE
The lake is at 45-percent capacity. Trout action here was productive for flyfishermen, shore anglers, and trollers. Flyfishermen were doing well east of the launch ramp using mayfly patterns. Trollers were doing fair to good on brass/redhead Dick Nite spoons at 10 to 15 feet deep. Shore fishing was good in Big Cove and at Turkey Point.
▪ GOLD LAKES BASIN
Mountain Hardware and Sports in Blairsden reported shore fishing was good as Upper Salmon Lake. Trollers were doing well at Gold Lake for browns to 4 pounds using 3 .5- or 6-inch Tomic lures run 20 to 25 feet deep in 30 feet of water.
▪ ICE HOUSE RESERVOIR
The lake is at 97-percent capacity. Trollers should be picking up some planter rainbows on dodger/worms or brown grubs.
▪ INDIAN CREEK RESERVOIR
Alpine County will stock 1800 pounds of rainbows here on June 11.
▪ JACKSON MEADOW RESERVOIR
The lake is at 99-percent capacity. NID reported the roads, launch ramps, and campgrounds were open for the season. Trollers had reportedly caught rainbows from 5 to 12 pounds this past week but no specific information was available.
▪ JENKINSON LAKE (Sly Park)
The lake is full and was stocked by the DFW this past week. Sly Park Resort reported macks to 4 pounds were being caught at the first dam and at the upper end of the lake at Hazel Creek. Bass were still hitting worms and jigs in the shallows on the points.
▪ LAKE TAHOE
Mackinaw fishing really turned on this past week. Mike Nielsen at Tahoe Topliners Sportfishing reported catching several fish over 10 pounds, including the winning fish at the annual Jake’s on the Lake Derby—a beautiful 13.89-pound Mackinaw. He also weighed in an 11 pounder and a 12 pounder. The fish were caught trolling X-Rap’s at 150 to 220 feet deep. Zach Gordon at Tahoe Sportfishing reported their boats caught two 10-pound class browns this past week on bait and trolling. Early morning limits of macks were easy on mooched live bait!! Chuck Self at Chuck’s Charter Fishing reported he was catching easy limits of macks in the early morning and then switching over to trolling for rainbows in shallow water.
▪ LOON LAKE
The lake is at 96-percent capacity. The campgrounds and launch ramp were open for the summer season.
▪ PROSSER LAKE
The lake is at 63.4-percent capacity. The campground and launch ramp were open. A few trollers were on the lake, but it really needs a plant since it hasn’t been stocked for a LONG time! Smallmouth bass action should be good on rocky banks using a tube jig or darthead worm.
▪ PYRAMID LAKE
Crosby’s Lodge reported that big cutthroat trout were being caught trolling on the east side of the lake at Hell’s Kitchen and Anderson Bay using light colored Apex, FlatFish, and Kwikfish. Top of the board was a 17 3/4 pounder caught by Joe Santos of Upper Lake using an Apex at Hell’s Kitchen. George Molino at Cutthroat Charters reported he was getting 15 strikes on 4-hour trips and putting limits of keepers in the boat along with a fish or two to 8 1/2 pounds trolling Apex between Spider Point and Warrior. The Pelican boat ramp was still being repaired and may take until July 4 to finish—one lane was open.
▪ RED LAKE
The lake was thawed and stocked by the DFW. Fishing reports are hard to come by from here so if you fish it get ahold of WON.
▪ SILVER LAKE
The lake is at 97-percent capacity. The campground and boat ramp were open. Trollers should be doing well for macks. A DFW plant wouldn’t hurt either.
▪ STAMPEDE RESERVOIR
The lake is at 47-percent capacity. James Netzel at Tight Lines Guide Service reported he caught 5 kokanee to 16 inches, 2 rainbows and a 6- to 7-pound mack trolling all over the lake at 20 to 60 feet deep—there was no consistent pattern. A friend caught 11 fish to 16 inches in the Little Truckee arm on Sunday.
▪ TOPAZ LAKE
With the West Walker River pretty much in flood stage, the lake had risen 8 feet in the past week and was still coming up fast. The Douglas County Park ranger reported fishing was good at the inlet for boaters drifting nightcrawlers for 14- to 20-inch rainbows.
▪ TRUCKEE RIVER
Mountain Hardware and Sports recommended fishing the section of the main river from Glenshire to Hirshdale using sculpins, streamers, large stones, and BWO.
▪ UNION VALLEY RESERVOIR
The lake is at 98-percent capacity. Kyle Neeser at Crystal Basin Tackle and Guide Service reported kokanee trolling was pretty good at 20 to 30 feet deep for 12- to 14-inch fish using orange or pink micro-hoochies and a watermelon Wild Thing dodger. Be sure to move around to stay on fish—they’re very mobile right now.
▪ WEST WALKER RIVER
The Little Walker and West Walker at Pickel Meadows and the Canyon are scheduled for DFW trout plants this week. The West Walker River was blown out—running 1300 to 1500 cfs and muddy. The Little Walker was still fishable.
▪ SACRAMENTO RIVER
Smallmouth bass have taken over as the top species in the northwest Delta with a slowdown in the American shad run. Steamboat, Miner, and Sutter Sloughs along with rocky sections of the Old Sacramento from Courtland to Walnut Grove are producing multiple bass with plastics or crankbaits. American shad are slowing down after 4 weeks of steady action. There are still stripers on the move towards the spawning grounds, and live bait above the Rio Vista Bridge or trolling along the West Bank is producing. There are reported of big stripers still in the Sacramento-Delta. Sturgeon fishermen are few and far between, but there are still diamondbanks in the Delta.
▪ SAN JOAQUIN RIVER
Largemouth bass tournament are on the docket at marinas in San Joaquin or Contra Costa Counties for the coming months, and the San Joaquin-Delta is the best location for largemouth bass with a variety of lures or live bait. There is a good topwater bite in the morning before finding moving water off of the weed lines with crankbaits, spinnerbaits, or plastics. Bluegill and shad patterns are the top colors. Bluegill or red ear perch are thick in the back sloughs, and crappie are also starting to show up in Whiskey Slough.
▪ FOLSOM LAKE
The lake dropped another foot last week from 452 feet to 451 feet. Salmon and trout fishing remains slow. Bass fishing has been good in both the North Fork and South Fork, as well as the main body. Many of the bass are now suspended in 25 to 30 feet of water. Green pumpkin and watermelon with red flake have been the hot color for tubes and grubs. Senkos also are working well. Topwater plugs are producing fish at first light. Bank anglers are using live minnows with slip bobbers to catch bass as well as some catfish.
▪ RANCHO SECO LAKE
Trout fishing has been fair to good. Kastmasters and Power Bait both have been taking limits.
▪ SACRAMENTO RIVER, Dunsmuir
Flows dropped slightly from 488 cfs last week to 420 cfs last week at the Delta gauge. Conditions are now prime for trout fishing. Last weekend’s heat wave has sparked daily bug hatches. Anglers also are doing well with small spinners. There is good access for bank fishing throughout the Dunsmuir area.
▪ SACRAMENTO RIVER, Redding to Red Bluff
Fishing is now closed from Keswick Dam to the Highway 44 bridge, a 5.5-mile stretch. From the Highway 44 bridge to Anderson, fishing for wild rainbow trout has been good. Flows at Kewsick Dam increased to 8,000 cfs last week. Anglers are launching at the Posse Grounds. The carp spawn is over, and the matching beads are now less effective. Salmon roe is working well, as are a variety of Glo-Bugs. With hot weather, dry flies and nymphs also are getting action, as well as tiny plugs. Many trout have already spawned and are now feeding heavily. The area just below the Highway 44 bridge has been crowded, but pressure eases downstream toward Anderson. Salmon season opens Aug. 1 below Anderson.
▪ AMERICAN RIVER
The Silver Fork at the campground and South Fork at Coloma were scheduled for DFW trout plants this week.
▪ BULLARDS BAR
The lake is at 93-percent capacity. Emerald Cove Marina was now in full operation with small boat and houseboat rentals, berthing, and general store. Recreational boat traffic was high on weekends, so fishermen should try to hit the lake during the week. Bass should be hitting on the outside points and walls.
▪ CAMP FAR WEST
The lake is at 87-percent capacity. North Shore Resort reported Ron Franks of Folsom fished the Bear River arm this past week and caught 32 bass, a mix of largemouths and spots, on worms and lizards at 10 to 15 feet deep.
▪ COLLINS LAKE
The lake is 3 feet from full. Trout fishing was still good with lots of big fish caught from 3 3/4 to 6 3/4 pounds. Trollers did well using Rapalas along the east side and in the channel near the dam. Shore anglers did best at the dam and in Elmer’s Cove. Crappie were hitting mini-jigs in big numbers at the docks.
▪ ENGLEBRIGHT RESERVOIR
The lake is at 92-percent capacity. Houseboaters in the mooring area were catching rainbows up to 3 1/2 pounds on nightcrawlers off the backs of their boats.
▪ FRENCH MEADOWS RESERVOIR
The lake is at 89-percent capacity. All the campgrounds were open along with the boat ramp. Shore fishermen were doing well at the creek inlet near the dam.
▪ HELL HOLE RESERVOIR
The lake is at 90-percent capacity. The Georgetown Ranger Station reported shore anglers were doing well on rainbows at the boat ramp. The Hell Hole campground and Middle Meadows group camp were open. Trollers should be picking up some kokanee near the powerhouse.
▪ LAKE OROVILLE
The lake is at 93-percent capacity. Guide Ron Gandolfi reported bass fishing was productive with fish numbers dependent on angler skill—novice anglers at 15 to 20 fish, experienced sticks at 40 to 50 fish per day. Tubes, drop-shot and darthead worms, jigs with a twin tail or Strike King Menace trailer, and Keitech swimbaits were all working on outside points and walls for post-spawn bass at 10 to 25 feet deep. There were some bass spawning on the flatter points in 70- to 73-degree water. Look for schools of fish on incoming water in the North Fork. The reaction bite using lipless cranks and topwater lures was still slow. Water was very clear! Recreational boat traffic was very heavy on weekends, so get out during the week if possible.
▪ ROLLINS LAKE
The lake is at 96.3-percent capacity. Bass fishing was good on the points using darthead and drop-shot worms.
▪ SCOTT’S FLAT LAKE
The lake is at 98-percent capacity. Bass fishing was good in the submerged trees using Senkos and worms.
▪ SUGAR PINE RESERVOIR
All the campgrounds and the day-use area were open—the lake just needs a DFW trout plant.
▪ STUMPY MEADOWS RESERVOIR
The lake is a full. The Georgetown Ranger Station reported trollers had the advantage catching rainbows and browns. Shore fishing was best early or late when it was cooler and the fish were more likely to be up shallow.
▪ THERMALITO AFTERBAY
The lake was at 135.3-foot elevation at press time—91.1-percent capacity. Bruce Gibson at the Paradise Tackle Company reported bass fishermen were catching 20 to 25 fish in the 1 1/2- to 2 1/2-pound class on frogs, Senkos, and jerkbaits around the tules, and fish to 4 1/2 pounds on jigs on the rock banks. Recreational boat and jet ski traffic was very heavy on weekends, but the Sheriff’s marine patrol was on site keeping the peace.
Serving as a centralized jumping off point, boats steamed out of Berkeley looking for salmon, rockfish and lingcod outside the Bay, halibut and striped bass in Central and South Bay and leopard sharks in San Pablo Bay. Successful trips were heartily enjoyed by passengers aboard New Easy Rider, Golden Eye 2000, California Dawn, Happy Hookerand Jilly Sea.
▪ BODEGA BAY
Rockfish and lingcod went on the chew north of Bodega Bay, off of Jenner and Timber Cove. Surf fishing Near Dillon Beach was excellent with striped bass to 19 pounds joining surf perch feeding in the waves. Halibut bit better near Hog Island inside Tomales Bay and fish to 20 pounds were checked in at Lawson’s Landing.
New Huck Finn plyed the Bay over the weekend to catch 21 bass and 7 halibut for 20 people. A couple of days before the boat fished rockfish and lingcod. Then on the weekend Sundance had the Bay fishing duty, boating 10 striped bass and 4 halibut for just 5 folks.
The temporary salmon closure shifted north coast fishing focus to Pacific halibut, lingcod and rockfish, all of which were present and willing to communicate. Scrimshawand Reel Steel pulled salmon to 70 pounds. Before the salmon season closed, fish were found off of Table Bluff. Runs down to Mendocino Coast meant limits of lingcod and rockfish.
▪ FORT BRAGG
Salmon proved scarce for Fort Bragg boats, but they caught plenty of other fish. Telstar reported good mixed-bag fishing for rockfish, lingcod and Dungeness crabs.Bragg-n got near limits of lingcod and Sea Hawk managed to put a salmon aboard, lose one and experience a few other bites.
▪ HALF MOON BAY
Most boats concentrated on rockfish and lingcod at spots to the south with very good counts and some impressive individual catches. Huli Cat, Queen of Heartsand Riptide all turned in good scores. New Capt. Pete bucked the trend and pulled in some salmon which have moved to off of Pedro Point.
▪ SAN FRANCISCO
Flash II fished South Bay for sizable leopard sharks, Central Bay for bass and halibut and the Marin Coast for rockfish and lingcod. Bass Tub caught bass and halibut during the week and switched to lingcod and rockfish over the weekend.