The Trout Are ‘In School’
Schools of trout have been spotted throughout the day near the surface already at Collins Lake.
“Nolan and Mark from Grass Valley limited out while using PowerBait off the dock,” reported Kathy Hess from Collins Lake Resort. “Ryan & Bari Barella from Windsor and two other couples spent five days on the lake and caught a few trout. Ryan said he actually caught more bass while trolling this time with the same trolling flies he always catches trout on.
Christina Barabino of Sacramento caught a “green tag” trout down by the dam and Tyler of Alameda used worms to lure in his rainbow caught from the dock. Congratulations to 6 yr. old Julian Serrano – he caught his 1st trout EVER!!
Gerald Mitchell and John Palmer trolled with Cripplures and Rapalas and caught 4 trout and a Bass down by the dam and in the middle of the lake they said.
“Lots and lots of catfish were caught this week too,” said Hess. “Karl McIntosh and Ron and Bill Owens of Olivehurst showed up with 9 cats on a stringer, their big ones in the 8lb. range. They were night fishing using sardines for bait.
Abbi and Cori hooked 4 nice cats in their secret spot while using mackerel for bait and Abby scored a big one at 4 lb. 8 oz.
Hunter Wickum and Great Grandpa Dave Callison of Yuba City dominated the bass action this week with a limit of bass each and four catfish as well. Their biggest cat was 8 lb. 4 oz. and their biggest bass was 3 lb. 12 oz. They fish mainly upstream while using nightcrawlers or plastic worms for bait.Back To Reports