San Vicente Reservoir Fishing Report

San Vicente Reservoir Fishing Report

9-10-2017
by San Vicente Reservoir Staff
(619) 390-1918
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WEEK ENDING: 9-10-17    WATER TEMPERATURE: 81

Not much has changed here, most of the bass have been coming out of 30' to 40' of water, with a bit of surface action early and late. Drop shot has been the best way to go for the deeper fish, and small swimbaits flukes, and jerkbaits getting results on the breaking fish. Some of the bigger bluegill showed up last week, as well as the average handsize 'gills. Red worms, and mealworms under a float in, or near aquatic vegetation has been the best way to get the panfish.

The Bass fishing has been good with fish up to 1.5 pounds.

The Bluegill has been good with fish up to 1/2 pounds.

PLEASE CONTACT THE MARINA AT 619-390-1918 FOR MORE INFORMATION

 



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