A group of kayak anglers from the Central Valley of Ca. Dedicated to growing and pushing the sport we love. We fish everything from rough coastal waters, to swift moving rivers, to high sierra lakes and everything in between. We are here to share what we learn and hopefully keep people stoked along the way!
Team Member Ernie Williams is our self proclaimed Rancho Seco Kayak Bass Expert. Here is his latest report.
He reports that bass bit is still slow; he has put in four
trips with only six bass, with only three bass over 12”.His biggest going almost 22” and he reported
that on the next cast he landed an 18” and that was it for three hours. Bass are moving chasing bait but not taking
top water baits even when landing on the blow ups. Water temp is 74.6* in the morning and
climbing to 76* by afternoon.Water
Clarity is 6-9 feet depending on wind and what part of the lake. Submerged
vegetation is coming thicker than in years passed and at greater depth
too.He has been throwing, dropshots,
swimbaits, jigs, bladed jigs, Swim jigs, Spybaits, umbrella rigs and deep
diving crank baits.
For those that don’t know Ernie he takes his Son with him on
his Kayak and was able to keep him happy by moving along the shore line looking
for small pan fish land countless bluegill, and red ears on ¼” night crawlers
on 2lb test and size N/#2 hooks.Casting
or just dipping the worm in the water will have 3-8 pan fish rushing to your