Monday, October 18, 2010

Trout Fishing Activity is Heating Up at Dsvis Lake

J and J’s Grizzly Store and Camping Resort out at Davis Lake (California) is reporting that trout fishing activity is really heating up!  Not only are the number of catches improving, but also trout sizes are increasing.  Anglers are reporting catching trout in the 20+ inch size.

Try fishing near the surface (and up to 18 feet below).  Bank Mallard Cove is a hot spot at the moment. Power Bait and Nightcrawlers have been successful!

For a more detailed fishing report at Davis Lake, click the link above.

Friday, October 15, 2010

Rainbow Trout Being Released Today in Ohio Lakes

Good news for trout anglers.  The Ohio Department of Natural Resources will be releasing about 300 rainbow trout today at Kiwanis Recreation Park in Painesville and Granger Pond in Mentor’s Veterans Park.

Anglers should see an improvement in Steelhead trout fishing too.  According to a fishing report posted on .....
Rain has kicked up local steelhead rivers and streams, especially the Rocky and Vermilion rivers. The fresh flow and cooler nights should bring some steelhead trout into the rivers. The best fishing will be in the lower stretches of the tributaries as the waters begin to go down and clear a bit.

Anglers are working spawn bags close to the river bottom, and casting spinners and spoons. Fly fishermen are tempting trout with minnow imitations and darkcolored stone fly nymphs.
You can read the entire fishing report, by clicking here