Bass Bite Is Day To Day
San Vicente Reservoir - Foster, CA (San Diego County)
by San Vicente Reservoir Staff
The bass bite is day to day, with fish scatted from 5’ to 30’ in the water column. There has been largemouth shoooled up in the backs of both the Kimball, and Barona arms of the lake, but have been difficult to catch. The shallow fish have been eating jigs, rip baits, and small swimbaits. The deeper ones have been taking finesse techniques such as drop shot, Neko rigs.
Bluegill action has been steady, with a few of the larger grade showing up. Mealworms, and crawlers fished drop shot still in the back so coves and cuts throughout the lake. Catfish went unreported to the concession last week.
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