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Largemouth bass continue to be landed by persistent anglers in the Silicon Valley, while other anglers are staying indoors due to rainy weather.
Only a few bass and a lack of other news was the word at Coyote Bait and Tackle this week according to owner, Denise Bradford.
"Pretty slow, they're catching fish but there haven’t been a lot of guys out this week," she said. "But that's ok because we need the rain.”
"At Calero the guys fishing all day might scratch out a limit or two, but it’s mainly jigs and some drop shot there,” Bradford disclosed.
"At Anderson, there's a few fish being caught off the shore on drop shot rigs and small a-rigs and swimbaits. There's been a few larger fish being caught out there lately,” she said.
"Uvas and Chesbro are real slow right now. They're mud holes," she related.
Before the rain systems hit the region, Bradford noted that interest in crappie was stirring.
"A few guys were out at Coyote looking for crappie, but I haven't heard from them this week, so that means it was probably slow," Bradford said. "But we're at that time of the year where it could bust wide open at any time.”
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