Time is now for Tahoe browns

Lake Tahoe

by Nor Cal Fish Reports

Fishing for brown trout in the shallows has been productive. Guide Mike Nielsen had 11 browns on two trips Tuesday. Most trips get 3 to 8 browns weighing between 2 and 4 pounds. There are the occasional rainbows being caught. Mack fishing requires finding the fish. Trolling has been more productive than jigging. Mike Nielsen (530) 721-0593 www.tahoetopliners.com

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Nor Cal Fish Reports Reports
for Wednesday, March 25th, 2015

: Almanor trout bite coming on
Lake Amador: Amador bass bite starting
Anderson Reservoir: Anderson bass plentiful
Lake Berryessa: Berryessa bass bite strong
Bullards Bar Reservoir: Bullards Bar warming
Calero Lake: Quality bass at Calero
Lake Camanche: Choices available at Camanche
Caples Lake: Browns crusing Caples
Lake Chabot: Chabot trout bite slows
Chesbro Reservoir: Wait continues at Chesbro
Clear Lake: Top water bite starting at Clear Lake
Collins Lake: Collins Lake stuffed with trout
Contra Loma Reservoir: Contra Loma trout biting
Coyote Lake: Hit Coyotoe for crappie
Lake Davis: Davis yet to kick in
Del Valle Lake: Del Valle producing big trout
Don Pedro Reservoir: Live minnows bring action at Don Pedro
Lafayette Reservoir: Trollers score at Lafayette
Lexington Reservoir: So-So bite at Lexington
Lewiston Lake: Little going on at Lewiston
Lopez Lake : Hit Lopez for crappie, cats
Los Vaqueros Reservoir: Shore anglers get trout at LV
Lake McSwain: Slow go at McSwain
New Melones Reservoir: Bass solid at New Melones
Lake Oroville: Great bass bite at Oroville
Pardee Reservoir: Slow bite again at Pardee
Pyramid Lake: Cutts starting to spawn at Pyramid
Quarry Lakes: Trout elusive at Quarry Lake
San Luis Reservoir: Trollers get striper at San Luis
San Pablo Reservoir: Trout bite solid at San Pablo
Santa Margarita Lake: Crappie bite picks up at Santa Margarita
Shadow Cliffs Reservoir: Shadow Cliffs well stocked
Shasta Lake: Bass spawn on at Shasta
Lake Sonoma: Sonoma bass in the shallows