The Bass Bite Slowed Just a Bit this Past Week.

The Bass Bite Slowed Just a Bit this Past Week.

6-17-2018
by San Vicente Reservoir Staff
(619) 390-1918
Website

The bass bite slowed just a bit this past week, with lots of fish schooled up, and chasing bait out in open water.  There is still a lot of action on drop shot plastics in 20' to 30' of water just about anywhere you want to fish. Bluegill are still biting for those targeting them, although the quality has diminished as the average fish is only about 0.33 of a pound.  Mealworms, and red worms fished under a bobber at the edge of the grass line has been the best way to go. 



< Previous Report Next Report >





< Previous Report Next Report >


More Reports


6-17-2018
There was lots of good action on the pond this week, there are periods of time where they don’t seem...... Read More

Nevada Department of Wildlife Reports
for Sunday, June 17th

Walker River - East Fork (CA): Still Fishing Excellent!
Sceirine Ranch: The Ranch is Also Fishing Excellent Right Now!
Bridgeport Reservoir: The Fly Fishing has Picked Up Quite a Bit!
Twin Lakes (Bridgeport): Fish up to Around 4 or 5 Pounds.
Walker River - West Fork (CA): The West is Still Running a Little High Right Now!
Virginia Lakes: At Least 2 Fish Breaking the 10 Pound Mark this Week!