We launched at Cave Rock State Park to accommodate our group of six that were staying at Zephyr Cove. We were launched, paperwork done and ready to fish just after 6:00 AM. We discussed starting on the East shore for rainbows and browns or head straight to the deep water and try to load up on Mack’s. Everyone was in agreement to go for the Mack’s. After little boat ride we dropped our spoons down to a bunch of schooled fish that were 260 to 300 feet deep. We started off with a double. These first two fish came on White Glow Spoon’s 5’ off the bottom. From that point on we continued to land fish using the white spoons and Sep’s Glow Pro Secrets. We also lost couple along the way. These guys didn’t want to keep any fish so everything was released today. After everyone had their share of reeling these fish in from 300’ we decided to hit the shallow water and troll our way back to Cave Rock. I would guess the average fish today was around 3 pounds with a couple that went 5 to 6 pounds. During the time we were on the lake today it was like glass and the water temperature was running 42 to 43 degrees.
Pictured is George Branco from Lodi