Lake Tahoe is approaching what should be some of the very best fishing of the year. Mackinaw spawn is just getting started with some large females to 12 pounds being taken. Look for that to improve as we get further out from the full moon. Jigging in 160’ has been productive off of Cave Rock. Trolling stick baits ie. Rapala’s, Storms has been very productive.
Trout are starting to be caught in the shallow water. With temperatures dropping it will only get better. Nice Rainbow 6.6 pounds caught last week. Call for today’s report.
Captain Justin has primarily been trolling down riggers in an average depth of 120’. With fish up to 8 pounds and most days production to be limits of fish. Rapala’s at 3 mph on all four down riggers.
Captain Jon is jigging and Drifting minnows in 180’ of water. The full moon slowed things down a bit but fishing picked back up today. Jon has consistently caught very nice fish up to 11 pounds.
Captain Joby has been jigging in an average depth of 110’. Producing the most Fishin the fleet but not much size. Averaging in the mid teens in quantity the quality of fish has been right at the lake average of 4 pounds.
Fishing will consistently improve as the moon wanes. Look for the next few weeks to see average size increase and all boats catching above average quantity.
The 30’ KingFisher joins the fleet in the coming weeks, along with Captain JD RICHEY. Give us a call for today’s report.Rainbow Trout and German Brown Trout action is still very good. Water temps are at 53 degrees and rising. The fish are really active. Fish the northeast portion of the lake over about 20’ of water.
Captain Joby Cefalu