||September 13th, 2007|
Dixon Lake Report
by Ranger Jim Dayberry
Bass action was fair this week. The bass are moving around early in the day all along the shoreline and in the coves. Look for the early morning and late evening bites on the shad schools in most of the cove areas. Fish to 6 pounds have been caught and released this week.
Catfish bite has been excellent. Mackerel and anchovies are working best. There are good numbers of fish being taken out at the Buoy Line or in the middle of the lake. The fish were biting well during the daylight hours. The summer nights have come and gone, but don't let the early morning and evening catfish bites get away. Action will still be good through the late summer and early fall months.
Bluegill action has slowed down a bit. Try fishing Red worms near the piers and shallow weeded areas for the best action.
Lake Poway Report
by Ranger Steve November
Night Fishing has ened at Lake Poway!
Fishing has been slow with a few limits and no big cats were caught. The North Shore in the corner by the Log Boom was the best spot for shore fishing. For boats, the best spot is along the Log Boom with Mackerel the best bait. The cooler weather has lowered the water temperature to 78 degrees and the bass bite improved with a lot of small ones showing. The bluegill bite is slow.