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Central Sierra Fishing Report

7-7-2017
Doug Busey
(775) 267-9722

Lake Tahoe Fish Report

The transition has started from spring to summer fishing. You may have to work a little harder for the mac's. Most have come in at 1 to 6 lbs with a few in the 7 to 19 lb class. Best action has been the Tahoe City shelf or the Sugarpine Point area. Dodger and a minnow is most productive. The Chrome dodger and a white flatfish has also been productive. Anglers have been fishing 100 to 180 feet of water. For more information call Blue Ribbon Fishing Charters at 530-544-6552.

Silver Lake (Alpine County) Fish Report

Fishing has been fair for anglers giving a good days work. The boaters have been trolling near the water falls with Rapalas for mackinaws in the 1-3 pound class.Last week Tom Blotter from Minden NV caught a 6 pound 24" mackinaw on an AC Skinny. I have not received any reports for the brown action this week. The water level is still high and the ramp is open. Watch your depth finder to see those sudden rise and falls through out the lake. Shore angling has been slow for the last couple weeks.

Indian Creek Reservoir Fish Report

The lake is up and the weeds are growing fast. In 10 days the weeds grew a foot. Fishing has been good for shore anglers. Powerbait or inflated night crawlers. Fly anglers have done well with wooly buggers or small streamers. The surface temperature last week was 74 degrees. I would recommend to fish the early or late bite.

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