Tahoe fishing resumes after big storm

Lake Tahoe

by Nor Cal Fish Reports

Big wind kept boats off the water. Fishing resumes under brilliant weather this week. Mike Nielsen (530) 721-0593 www.tahoetopliners.com

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Nor Cal Fish Reports Reports
for Wednesday, February 11th, 2015

Lake Amador: Lake Amador on the Rise
Anderson Reservoir: Anderson Reservoir Report
Lake Berryessa: Berryessa bass picks up
Bullards Bar Reservoir: Bullards Bar bass ready
Lake Camanche: Camanche trout consistent
Lake Chabot: Lake Chabot recovering
: Chesbro unfishable
Clear Lake: Clear Lake ready to bust open
Collins Lake: Collins Lake gets double plant
Coyote Lake: Coyote bass OK
Davis Lake: Davis good Saturday, zip since
Del Valle Lake: Big trout at Del Valle
Lafayette Reservoir: Dirty water, slow fishing at Lafayette
: Dirty water at Lewiston
Lopez Lake : 8 pound bass landed at Lopez
Los Vaqueros Reservoir: Striper bite good, trout bite fair at Los Vaqueros
McSwain Reservoir: Trout a challenge at McSwain
Lake Mendocino: Mendocino filling, bass moving up
Bon Tempe Reservoir: Bon Tempe Report
Lake Lagunitas: Lake Lagunitas Report
New Melones Reservoir: Trout, bass hitting at New Melones
Lake Oroville: Muddy water, mixed bass success at Oroville
Pyramid Lake: Pyramid Derby producing monster cutts
Quarry Lakes: Quarry Lakes producing fair trout bite
San Luis Reservoir: Jumbo minnows the ticket at San Luis
San Pablo Reservoir: Slow bite at San Pablo Res
Santa Margarita Lake: More bass than anglers at Santa Margarita
Shadow Cliffs Reservoir: 14 pound trout landed at Shadow Cliffs
Shasta Lake: Shasta up 15 feet, bass bite solid
Lake Sonoma: Muddy water, tough bite at Sonoma
Topaz Lake: Anglers starting to return to Topaz
American River: Steelhead missing on American
Eel River: South Fork Eel may be ready by next week
Feather River: Feather producing steel
Napa River: Napa River putting out sturgeon
Mad River: Mad high and muddy, ready by Monday
Sacramento River - Upper: Upper Sac out
Sacramento River: Lower Sac high and muddy
Sacramento River: Knights Landing sturgeon on the bite
Smith River: Smith in shape and producing steel
Trinity River: Trinity in shape, light pressure
Truckee River: Truckee dropping into shape
Van Duzen River: Van Duzen out
Sacramento Delta: Sturgeon near West Island, stripers at Antioch Pier
Sacramento Delta: flounder, striper and sturgeon at Benicia
Discovery Bay: Bass shallow in Disco Bay
Sacramento Delta: Franks Tract bass moving shallow
: Sturgeon, stripers landed out of Pittsburg
Sacramento Delta: Cache Slough sturgeon hot spot
Sacramento Delta: Stockton has crappie, hyacinth
: Bay shoreline anglers get perch, stripers
: Pacifica Pier open, no action yet
: San Pablo Bay holding striper, sturgeon
: Suisun Bay sturgeon at Glomar, Mothball Fleet

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