Spotted Bass on Shasta lake

Shasta Lake - Shasta Lake, CA (Shasta County)

Spotted Bass
Photo Credit: Captain KirkPortocarrero

by Kirk Portocarrero

It's on at shasta lake as usual the bass are biting in the deeper water from 20 to 40 feet .For best action the minnows and the plastic worms are the best ways to catch the fish.Silverthorne and mouth of squaw arm is the hot areas .Ned rigs and Tubes will work the best .Try to find moving water in creek inlet s also .Call 530/515/5951 for bookings

Captain Kirk Portocarrero is a full-time, professional fishing guide and outfitter, solely, for 29 years straight, owner & operator of Northern California's Kirk started at age 15, in the salmon fishing industry in SF and then migrating to Northern California, with a team of 5 guides working for him. He is on the water at least 300 days a year, and his expertise is like none other, providing top of line guide services and equipment, ensuring a successful day of fishing. Specializing Northern California and Southern Oregon fishing for salmon, trout, and steelhead. Call (800) 670-4448 to get in on the action.

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