San Vicente Reservoir Fishing Report

San Vicente Reservoir Fishing Report

4-29-2018
by San Vicente Reservoir Staff
(619) 390-1918
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No big change here, bass fishing is still good all over the lake on fly-lined plastics, small swimbaits, and rip baits.  Most fish are in the 1lb to 2 lb range, with the occasional  4 to 5 lb'er showing as well. The Largemouth have been scattered from 2' to 30' water column, and are in all stages of the spawn.  Big Bluegill as well as red ear have both been on the chew, and have been eating nightcrawlers either drop shotted, fly-lined or under a bobber.  Locations have been changing as they are not yet on beds, so the best way to find them is look for them.  30' of visibility makes this easier then it sounds!  There was no reports of Catfish to the concession last week.



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