San Vicente Reservoir Fishing Report

San Vicente Reservoir Fishing Report

7-2-2017
by San Vicente Reservoir Staff
(619) 390-1918
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The bass bite has been steady on drop shot and texas rigged worms all over the lake. Early morning hours have been producing some top water action, with flukes and spooks being the top bait choices Bluegill and red ear are still coming in from the southern shoreline on nightcrawlers, and red worms fished under a bobber in 10 to 15 opf water. Catfish action has been slow, with only one 20Ib. blue caught and released by Tom Minga of El Cajon. Min9a was fly lining cut mackerel in the Kimball arm.



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