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North Yuba River
Updated - 4/28/21
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Cameron Park Lake
Bass have finally begun moving into the shallow water. Weeds are a problem so it might be a good idea to fish early while the light is dim and throw poppers and gurglers at them.
Lake Berryessa (Reported by Capt Patrick Mackenzie)
Clarity: 10ft Vis
Report: The lake is fishing well and will continue to do so until end of May. Water is finally starting to warm up, streamers topwater and float and fly are all viable options.
Lake Sonoma (Reported by Capt Patrick Mackenzie)
Clarity: 7-8ft vis
Report: Good; Largemouth & Smallmouth are coming in and out of spawn, best option is early AM topwater or dusk. Topwater bite is a week or two away. Panfish & crappie are also a good option around trees.
The lake is very low which is affecting the fishing however things will improve in April.
We are getting into the prime time for the lake and Bass should be moving out of the deeper water into the shallows prior to spawn.
Guide Ryan Williams reports that fishing for Spotted Bass is "on fire" right now with fishermen having 60 to 80 fish days!
Folsom Lake: Staffer Al Bunch says that he's doing real well walking the shoreline casting Clousers for Largemouth bass up to a couple of pounds.
New Bullards Bar: Tom Page at the Reel Anglers Fly Shop in Grass Valley reports that it is still fishing well for Spotted Bass that are in post spawn right now.
Englebright Reservoir: Tom Page at the Reel Anglers Fly Shop in Grass Valley reports that he's getting very good reports that the reservoir is doing real well right now on both Largemouth and Spotted Bass.
We have guides who fish local lakes every day no matter what the season. Give the shop a call (800)410-1222 or click here and we will set you up.