Lake Tahoe Time! The drought has lowered the level of the lake, but, unlike other areas, it hasn’t hurt the fishing. In fact, the mackinaw action has been very good!
I’m running light tackle jig trips starting in July and still have some dates available in July and August. Come on up…it’s a great place to beat the heat!
Catching macks on light jigging rods is really fun…and because they eat salmon and shrimp, Tahoe’s lakers are delicious!
Our Tahoe trips start at dawn and are 1/2-day outings. The fare is $130/person and all tackle and fish cleaning is supplied.
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I’ve been busy lately, fishing for salmon for the State for a tagging project.I also took the family to the coast for a week vacation. I did my last Delta striper trip of the spring on Monday and we caught a handful despite the 72 degree water. I’m busy with springers for the next couple weeks and then it’s Tahoe light tackle jigging trips!!
Sorry, been slacking on the reports lately! Switched to stripers in the rivers and have been running Shad/striper combos. The fishing has been very good the past week or so and should just keep getting better…
We had a fresh batch of stripers move into the lower end of the system over the past few days so striper fishing should keep going for at least another few weeks.
Additionally, there have been some massive schools of Shad moving on up the Sacramento River system and I have been out chasing them in the evenings with good results.
Last week we had to deal with some serious wind and I ended up canceling a couple days. We got back out on Thursday and found really good action in the morning and then it totally died as the tide changed. On the afternoon run that day, we smoked um at a rediculous clip…2,3,4 on at a time.
Friday was more of the same then Saturday was really slow with all the boat traffic. Finally, in the late afternoon, we got onto a big wad of fish and caught bass from shaker size to 14 lbs.
Still plenty of stripers around, though some days are defiantly better than others. Parley we have been getting 3-5 topwater fish per morning then going subsurface with artificials the rest of the day.
Back on the creek tomorrow (Thursday) and then I have a seminar at 6 PM that evening at the Sacramento Fishermen’s Warehouse. Come say howdy!