San Vicente Reservoir Fishing Report

San Vicente Reservoir Fishing Report

7-15-2018
by San Vicente Reservoir Staff
(619) 390-1918
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Bass have been scattered in the water column anywhere from 5 ft to 30 ft.  A lot of fish are schooled up and are chasing small silversides in open water in the AM hours, and have been tough to catch.  The fish on the bank have been biting Texas rigs, drop shots, and Carolina rigs.  Bluegill still active along grasses shorelines.  Mealworms, and redworms fished under a float, or with a small shot have been the best ways to catch the panfish.  All other species went unreported.



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