I was up there camping for 4 of July weekend and did great. Only fished 1 day but we (3 of us) got easy limits. Mixed bag of planter rainbows and kokes. Biggest was just shy of 14 inches. Smallest was a 8 inch koke. We fished out of a raft by one of the 5 mph bouys for about 1 hour.
I don't have a report from this year, but in other years both the planter trout and kokanee have been easy to catch.
For trout topline night crawlers behind Sep's sidekick dodgers back 30 to 100 feet. Troll along the bank contours in 30 to 40 feet of water.
Lake depths – between 40’ and 58’ deep
Downrigger depths – 35’ to 45’
Lures – small pink spinners behind dodgers
Speed – 1.3 mph
Setbacks – 15’ to 30’
Scents – Krill and Anise on shoe peg corn and smeared on the dodgers
The area near the Maidu ramp was good for both species. The kokanee are not big but you can catch lots of them...just find them on your sonar and adjust the depth as needed.