Bass Bite Held Up Well
San Vicente Reservoir - Foster, CA (San Diego County)
by San Vicente Reservoir Staff
The bass bite held up well last week, with most anglers reporting double digit numbers for their efforts.
The largemouth are scattered from 0 to 20 feet in water column, and have been biting just about everything.
Top waters, swimsuits, glide baits, rip baits and all types of bottom bouncing techniques got bit.
Bluegills are still coming in as well on mealworms and nightcrawlers in the back of coves, cuts throughout the lake.
Catfish went unreported.
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