This Week's San Vicente Fishing Report

Bluegill
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This Week's San Vicente Fishing Report

7-15-2019
by San Vicente Reservoir Staff
(619) 390-1918
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Warm weather and the weekend crowds put most of the largies down to 30’ to 40’. There are a few schools of fish chasing bait off shore in the marina, and main lake points. Small top water, and swimbaits have mixed results with the schoolies and drop shot and Texas rigs were getting the deeper fish.

Bluegill can still be found around the grass in the cuts and over. Most of the panfish are in the .25 to .50 lb. range, and have been biting red worms, and small pieces of nightcrawler. Catfish went unreported last week.



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