Anglers starting to return to Topaz

Topaz Lake - Gardnerville, NV


by Nor Cal Fish Reports
2-11-2015
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High winds and rain kept people away last week. Anglers began returning mid-week. Topaz Landing (775) 266-3550, Topaz Lodge (775) 266-3338


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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
Lake Davis: 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
Lake McSwain: 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
Lake Tahoe: Tahoe fishing resumes after big storm


2-9-2015
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