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LOUISIANA: Cocodrie Cocahoe Soft Plastics put the Hurt on the Trout

Monday, November 7th, 2011

Winds were calmer on Sunday, we started where we found the trout on Saturday but they were not there.

Hit a huge flock of birds–zero bites.

I moved over to a reef and it was game on! Everyone in the boat was reeling in the trout. When the bite shut down we checked several other locations only picking up 1-3 trout per stop.

We all took a vote and decided to go hit the bass again. No sooner than we pulled up we had the bass coming in from every direction!!

Cocodrie Cocahoe soft plastics put the hurt on the trout under a cork, and on the bass tight-lined (with or without a spinner).

No other bait needed in the boat!! One last stop before the guys had to get back and we picked up a couple puppy drum and one 15 pound BIG NASTY drum that was released.

It was great fishing with Randy again and meeting his sons.

Look forward to our next trip Randy and hopefully we will have better conditions!!

Capt. Marty LaCoste
Absolute Fishing Charters
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NEW MEXICO: Trout Good Using Various Bead-headed Nymphs, Spinners & Worms

Monday, October 24th, 2011

Animas River
The flow is 294 cfs. The river is reported as good for trout using various bead-headed nymphs, spinners and worms. Better reports are coming from the upper stretches closer to Colorado on the reservation.

Chama River
Upper section flow is 100 cfs. Below El Vado, the flow is 202 cfs and the flow below Abiquiu is 204 cfs. The upper Chama flowing downstream to the village of Chama and into El Vado reservoir is fair to good with the recent drop in flow. Some big browns have been taken from the wild life area. Special Kokanee Salmon Snagging Season Oct. 1 – Dec. 31 – Chama River from El Vado Lake to west boundary of Rio Chama Wildlife and Fishing Area. The river below El Vado is fishing good to excellent. The water is a bit murky. All methods are catching fish with limits of rainbows being taken. Some brown trout are also reported being landed a bit lower downriver from the spillway using black and gold Panther Martins.

San Juan River
Upper section – Catch and Release flow is 547 cfs. Midges are hatching all day long. At the moment they are very small, midge pupa and larvae, size 22 to 28, gray, black, chocolate, cream and olive have been my best. The hatch is strongest from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Try fishing BWO’s from 1 to 5 p.m. Dark or light gray, brown and olive have been the best colors in a size 20 and 22. Both dry and wet patterns. Back to midges in the evenings. The lower river was stocked last week with 3,810 rainbow trout.

Abiquiu Lake
Special Kokanee Salmon Snagging Season Oct. 1 – Dec. 31. Not much has changed at the lake and conditions remain the same. Fishing is slow for all species including walleye with smaller-sized fish being caught. No report on salmon or other species.

El Vado Lake
Trout fishing is reported as slow to fair with better reports from the Chama River inlet and the dam. Fish are being landed with worms, salmon eggs, Power Bait and spinners. The main boat ramp is open but the primitive ramps are closed due to low water. Special Kokanee Salmon Snagging Season Oct. 1 – Dec. 31. Salmon snagging is reported as fair to good on the north side of the lake. Park at the gate just below the Stone House Lodge and walk down to the dirt boat ramp for the best access.

Heron Lake
Special Kokanee Salmon Snagging – Snagging Season is closed Oct. 1 – Nov. 10 at Heron Lake and Willow Creek. It is unlawful to possess kokanee salmon at Heron Lake and Willow Creek during the closed season. Snagging season will open at Heron Lake and Willow Creek Nov. 11 – Dec. 31. Reports of trout and lake trout are good from shore when using roe sacks. Trout are also fishing good with spinners and worms. If you hook into a salmon be sure to release it.

Jackson Lake
Trout fishing is reported as slow – fair using Power Bait, salmon eggs and worms from shore. Spinners and black wooly buggers are reported working well on the back side of the lake. The lake was stocked with 1,602 rainbow trout last week.

Lake Farmington
Trout fishing is reported as fair with the recent stockings by the spillway using Power Bait, salmon eggs and worms. Best success is reported close to the dam.

Morgan Lake
Fishing is slow for bass with very little traffic at the lake.

Navajo Lake
Special Kokanee Salmon Snagging Season Oct. 1 – Dec. 31. Salmon snagging is reported as good at Simms Marina. No reports on other species.


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S CAROLINA: Trout – Done Fairly Well on Them with Live Shrimp & Popping Cork Combos

Monday, October 3rd, 2011

Had several trips the last couple of weeks in St Helena Sound area.

The Coosaw River and the Combahee River have started to show some trout. It looks now like we will have a better trout year than predicted by DNR, as we have done fairly well on them with live shrimp and a popping cork combo. It should only get better as the water temps continue to fall.

The Redfish bite has also been very consistent, with the larger Bull Reds in the deep holes on the rocks, and the school fish biting well on the flats. Grass edges with oyster shells have produced good results.

I have also been picking up a flounder or two each trip.

Our bite should continue to improve as we move into the heart of the mullet run.

Capt. Rick Percy
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MISSISSIPPI: Outskirts (of the Bays) Strong on Drum, Trout & Flounder

Tuesday, September 6th, 2011

Fish don’t bite to good at the house.

Man, that WhipaSnapa Charter Boat, out of Biloxi, Ms., bout to go into boating withdrawals!! Them winds been keeping us home for 2 weeks now. Last weekend did get out to the rigs one day out of 3. Sunday Mr. Brad Trussell an crew had a quite breezy start. With north wind to our back it was a decent ride out. And the winds laid just in time for the ride in. We did fairly well on some nice amberjacks, currents finally slacked up. But the water clarity is even worse. I don’t know, but we managed a limit on the amberjack. Some real nice white trout, a few other string pullers and a couple huge 200lb bull sharks. WOW!!!

But ol Tropical Storm Lee has really put a damper on things this week/weekend, what some rain! and howling winds increasing the seas to 15ft or so. That’s not good on the pocket book cause just can’t seem to stay out them boating supply stores, but when this weather breaks we got some new fishing weapons to try out. :-}

Don’t forget the Grouper Season coming up and the return of the fall Cobia run. Amberjack should stay strong and hopefully the mangrove will come back and play some more. (Not sure what’s happened to them) just don’t know, not even seeing them, like they just vanished. The reds, sharks, trouts and others should stay strong and actually increase out around the Islands.

Bay probably going to get flushed out (with the rain) but the outskirts (of the Bays) should be strong on drum, trout and flounder among others.
So come on down and see what you can catch!! Oh and another thing—-

Whatever you care to pursue, Smiles await you aboard the WhipaSnapa Charter Boat!!!

Good luck and God Bless All!

Capt Robert “Earl” McDaniel
Whipasnapa Charters
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GEORGIA: Trout and Reds are About To Fire Off

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011

Finally, finally there is a trolling bite offshore!

The Kingfish took a leave of absence early in the season and finally decided to get back to work.

Usually the deep sea fishing in GA provides a nice mix of bottom fishing and trolling opportunity but until the last week or so, the bottom fishing has had to hold down the fort on its own.

Luckily the best fishing of the year is right around the corner with some great Trout and Redfishing as well as some awesome offshore fishing.

We’ve seen a steady supply of Trout and Redfish and one of the best years for Flounder that I have ever seen. I can’t wait to see what the Fall has in store for us.

We’re still catching Sharks by the dozens and the Tarpon are here but we’re having to work for the bait. It’s no big deal because when you do find the bait, you also find the fish. It’s worth the extra effort.

There have also been some Sailfish somewhat close to land. The Golden Isles Kingfish Tournament had several hook ups on the Sails.

St. Simons Island Fishing Forecast

Get ready for a Redfish rendezvous! The Trout and Reds are about to fire off. Late September to early December is the time to be here for Trout, Redfish, and Bull Redfish.

Capt. TJ Cheek
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CALIFORNIA: Freshwater Hot Spots – Trout, Bass, Panfish & Catfish

Monday, August 15th, 2011

TROUT:
The best action in Southern California has been at Big Bear Lake with limits of holdover rainbows to three pounds or better for trollers working from the West Ramp to the dam. Green Valley Lake in the San Bernardino Mountains has been very good, and Jenks Lake is good. Lake Hemet is also pretty good. There are also a few holdover fish being landed by deep trollers at Silverwood, Cachuma, and Casitas — in about that order. The bite also remains fair to good at Cuyamaca. Trout action in the Sierra Nevada remains fair to good overall, with the June Lake loop (especially Silver), Virgina Lakes, and Bridgeport Reservoir all top bets. Other good bets include Twin Lakes (Bridgeport), South Lake and the South Fork of Bishop Creek. For fly anglers, Hot Creek and the East Walker River are probably the best bets. Also some very good action in Bridgeport Reservoir.

BLACK BASS:
It’s surface bite season and the full moon this weekend should really turn on this bite everywhere. While the overall bass action could probably only be rated fair all across Southern California, almost all lakes have some good topwater and reaction bait action early and late in the day. During the day, the fish generally sound to deeper structure where they can be caught on dark plastics, but that bite is much tougher. Top bet is still Diamond Valley, but the bites are decent at Sutherland, Otay, El Capitan, Skinner, Perris, Silverwood, Casitas, Castaic, Piru, and Cachuma. On the Central Coast, Santa Margarita, Nacimiento, San Antonio, and Lopez are all still pretty fair for bass. On the Colorado River, the Topoc Gorge smallmouth bite has been good, but except for the narrow window of early morning Havasu and the lower river has been tougher.

STRIPED BASS:
Striper bites continued to improve in the region this past week with Diamond Valley breaking wide open, and the bites at Castaic finally getting better, too. San Antonio on the Central Coast remains a top bet with good quality (six to 12 pounds) and Pyramid is very consistent, but on smaller fish (one to three pounds). Silverwood is still a sleeper pick with a pretty fair bite. On the Colorado River, there have been a lot of quality fish to 20 pounds at Willow Beach, while Havasu and Topoc Gorge are producing one to four-pound fish in a tough bite.

PANFISH:
Big news is that the Salton Sea tilapia bite has finally slowed way down with only a few smaller fish showing now. But there’s still very good bluegill and redear action at Diamond Valley Lake. The redear bite is also still fair to good in Havasu and Topoc Gorge area on the Colorado River, but both have slowed. The bluegill and redear bites are also still good at Perris, Casitas, and most other waters with these fish. Piru and Castaic are fair to good. The crappie bite came back on at Henshaw this past week and improved again at Cachuma and Piru. All three a pretty good picks. Also a decent pick on crappie at Castaic, Cuyamaca (small fish), and Santa Margarita and Lopez on the Central Coast.

CATFISH:
The Colorado River is fair to good for catfish with flatheads and channels showing in good numbers. There are high flows on the lower river, but the action has been good on flatheads to 35 pounds and channels to eight pounds again this week. Southern California lakes are also all starting to turn on with more and more cats showing, and stocking programs are in full swing now at most places that plant. The top picks are Hesperia Lake and Elsinore, but Corona Lake and Santa Ana River Lakes are being planted with cats each week and weekly trophy catfish plants go in each Friday. Other good catfish bets are Irvine, Skinner, Silverwood, and Pyramid. All the San Bernardino County Parks are also being planted weekly, and Dixon Lake is also good with weekly plants.

Jim Matthews
Outdoor News Service


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LOUISIANA: Catching Trout & Reds – Fishing Under Birds

Thursday, August 4th, 2011

Fishing under birds effectively sounds simple, and Gary Medicis admitted it’s really not rocket science. But he does have some tips on how to get the most out of a feeding school.

“I normally go by the wind, and ease in from the upwind side,” Medicis said. “I stay within 100 yards of them and use my trolling motor.”

In other words, don’t blaze up to the flock with the outboard and shut down on top of the fish; quietly move in to keep from scattering the feeding school of fish.

Another benefit of shutting down so far from a flock of gulls is that it provides time to determine the next move.

“I want to see exactly what they’re doing and what direction they’re going,” Medicis said.

That way, he can use his trolling motor to intercept the school instead of having to chase them from behind.

Also, he doesn’t worry too much if he sees birds working and they disappear by the time he gets there.

“With a lot of people, as soon as the birds leave, they think the fish are gone,” he said. “They just want to chase birds all day.”

However, that’s a huge mistake, he said.

“Nine times out of 10, the birds will pick for 10 or 15 minutes, and then they’ll stop,” Medicis said. “But the fish are still there; I just keep fishing. Just because the birds leave doesn’t mean the trout have left.

“And if they have moved, they didn’t move far.”

Andy Crawford
Louisiana Sportsman


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FLORIDA: DOA shrimp, Deadly Combos & Live Baits Have Produced Trout

Monday, August 1st, 2011

Inshore:

Hot afternoons and thunderstorms is the norm for August. You can bet it will be warm out there. Plan some early mornings to fish so you can be home before the heat of the day beats down on the Treasure Coast.

We had some fun trips out on the river this past week. Christina, Raphael and their seven year old twins, Javier and Daniel, were out for some fun on the river. The boys caught out fished mom and dad catching quite a few trout and other species. They are great boys who love to fish. John, Eric and Mary were out for a fun day. Mary caught her first redfish on the first cast of the day. They went on to catch quite a few trout. John caught the largest trout of the day and Mary ended up her day with a big bluefish. We had a great time on the Indian River.

Trout continues to be a good bite on the grass flats. DOA shrimp, Deadly Combos and live baits have all produced trout around the river. We have found several redfish schools up on the flats. You have to be wary this time of year and keep the noise down to be successful. DOA shrimp or CAL grub tails will work to get them in the mood on most days. The snook fishing has been a little slower in recent days. Most of the fish I have heard about have been coming from the spillways the past week. A root beer Terror Eyz will work great when fishing those areas.

Snook season opens September 1st….finally! Take some time this month to check your equipment for snook fishing. Better be ready rather than wonder why you lost a big fish when the season begins. Make sure to check your fishing license. Do you need to purchase a snook permit? It’s much cheaper than facing a fine! Have a fun and safe month on the river.

As always, remember, fishing is not just another hobby….it’s an ADVENTURE!!

Capt. Charlie Conner
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FLORIDA: Trout continue to bite on DOA shrimp

Monday, May 23rd, 2011

Mother Nature has been good to us this month. Lots of nice mornings to get out and enjoy the water. Light winds have made it a wonderful time to watch the sun rise and have some fun on the Treasure Coast. Plan your trips carefully and expect it to be hot and sunny each day. Drinks lots of fluids and use plenty of sunscreen this time of year!

This week found us doing a lot of trout fishing. The full moon and recent cold water influx into the river had changed things up on us, but we were able to find a good trout bite around the river. The water temps are back to normal and the bite has improved since then. Cynthia and Joe were out on a day that we hunted around a bit and finally found a good trout bite up north of Fort Pierce. Cynthia had the lucky rod that day and caught a nice variety of fish. Sonny and Tom also found trout up north on the flats. Queen’s Cove and Harbor Branch were our best flats that day. Jim, Audrey and Tony were also out for some trout action and found a redfish in the mix that day. We had lots of fun out there this week!

Trout continue to bite on DOA shrimp, CAL jerk baits and live baits. We found trout both north and south of Fort Pierce, but our best bite was up to the north. While looking for redfish, we found that the bluefish had moved into the flat and they were plenty of them around this past week. We found fish hanging around the docks, but they just weren’t about to come out from under them. We had a number of strikes and several break offs this week.

Snook fishing at night around the bridges and jetties has continued to provide success to the nighttime anglers. You can also find some big snook hanging under the docks around the area. We missed several this week from under the docks. The bridges are still holding some sheephead and snapper. Lots of blue runners are cruising around the river along with big jacks. It’s a great time of year to fish the Treasure Coast!

As always, remember, fishing is not just another hobby….it’s an ADVENTURE!!

Good Fishing and Be Safe,

Capt. Charlie Conner
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COLORADO: Trout – Most are Being Caught on PowerBait

Friday, May 20th, 2011

Arvada Reservoir
– Fishing is very good –
An additional 8,200 trout were stocked May 5. Most are being caught on rainbow, green and orange PowerBait. A couple of very large bass have been caught by boaters; a few off the shore.

Aurora Reservoir
– Open to boating –
Water temperature 50 degrees. All vessels must be inspected prior to launch. A watercraft access permit required for all vehicles bringing in watercraft. Trout fishing fair to good with PowerBait and inflated night crawlers from the dam. Walleye fishing fair to good using crank baits and jerk baits from boats and from the dam. Wipers are starting to show up along the dam. Fishing should improve as the water temperature continues to rise. The limit for trout is two fish. Boating is restricted to electric motors.

Barr Lake
– Trout good with lures and PowerBait –
Fishing from boats picking up, with occasional walleyes appearing. Channel catfish, smallmouth and largemouth bass, rainbow trout, walleye, bluegill, wiper and tiger muskie are found at Barr Lake. Rainbow trout and walleye are stocked. No fishing is allowed in the wildlife refuge or from the Barr Lake dam.

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