June, Silver producing trout

June Lake Loop - June Lake, CA (Mono County)

by Nor Cal Fish Reports

Trout fishing remains solid. Fewer people on the water but bite remains good. Most are baitfishing with garlic Power Bait or garlic Power Worms. Salmon peach Power Bait is a good bet. June Lake Marina (760) 648-7726; G Rainbows came in from both Silver Lake and Grant Lake this past week. The fishing is still most productive down deep, but we are starting to see some better action near the surface. It is no surprise on what has been doing the best lately as Berkley Mice Tails, Berkley Power Baits in all colors and flavors and Thomas Buoyant have seen the most consistent action. We are starting to see some good fall hatches in the bug cycles as the colors of the bugs are turning darker and bigger as Olive Matuka, Rainbow Matuka and Green Wooly Buggers have started to show some good action when you can get them deep. DFW dumped in their weekly load of catchable rainbows this week which helps to keep the action moving along. We should continue to receive our weekly loads from DFW throughout the remainder of the fishing season. Silver Lake (760) 648-7525

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for Wednesday, September 16th, 2015

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Lake Amador: Amador open despite smoke
Lake Berryessa: Berryessa bass bite holding
Bucks Lake: Bucks cooling
Bullards Bar Reservoir: Bullards prospects mixed
Calero Lake: Calero still open to boating
Lake Chabot: Near record at Chabot
Clear Lake: Clear Lake open for business
Collins Lake: Collins cat bite continues
Coyote Lake: Coyote boating day-to-day
Davis Lake: Slight uptick at Davis
Del Valle Lake: DV stripers boiling
Lafayette Reservoir: Slow bite at Lafayette
Lewiston Lake: Bait best at Lewiston
Lopez Lake : Tepid bite at Lopez
Los Vaqueros Reservoir: Weather stymies LV
Mammoth Lakes Basin: Mammoth basin ready to bust loose
Lake Oroville: Oroville smoke thick
Quarry Lakes: Quarry Lakes not producing
San Luis Reservoir: San Luis striper bite picking up
San Pablo Reservoir: San Pablo still slow
Santa Margarita Lake: Santa Margarita bite solid
Shadow Cliffs Reservoir: Little action at Shadow Cliffs
Shasta Lake: Shasta bass a worthy pursuit
Shaver Lake: Shaver kokes fade, trout bite
Carson River: Carson best bet on west slope
Klamath River - Upper - CA: Lower Klamath salmon biting
Napa River: Napa River on the rebound
Sacramento River: Colusa salmon bite begins
Sacramento River: Butte County salmon arrive
Trinity River: Signs of salmon on the Trinity
Sacramento Delta: Antioch attracting stripers
: Some salmon, small stripers in Benicia
Sacramento Delta: Disco Bay striper bite slows a bit
Sacramento Delta: Fair prospects in Franks Tract
Sacramento Delta: Salmon caught at Freeport
Sacramento Delta: Small stripers swarm Pittsburg
Sacramento Delta: Stockton area stripers scattered
Sacramento Delta: Big bass, small stripers in Tracy
: Plenty of choices in Capitola
: Fort Bragg salmon on and off
: Monterey rock cod near, bluefin offshore
: Morro Bay rock cod unstoppable
: Salmon in San Mateo County
: SF Bay salmon a possibility
: Small striper convention in San Pablo Bay

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