I ran into a worker for one of the tree trimming companies that told me about this place, so I had to check it out. I understand that this is one of the last bridges in California that you can fish off. I don't know, only what I was told. Interesting place. This is actually the Mokolumne River. The pictures below are up (left) and down(right) stream from the bridge. It's like a big lake with a current.
I took about 30 minutes and threw out several lures without any contact. One of the gentlemen in the bridge picture said that there are some big Browns there, in fact his Father hooked one the last time he was there, but the line broke. The three gentlemen fishing there were all fishing down stream with slip sinker rigs. I'm thinking, the next time I go there, I'm taking some of those big meal worms and some nightcrawlers to hook on a slip bobber rig and just let it float down from the bridge. See what happens. That won't be until I get back from LA this coming weekend. Shoreman is spending the Memorial Day Weekend with his Brother who lives in Long Beach. I'm trying to get him to do some fishing while I'm down there. I'll let you know what happens.
Tomorrow, I have to go to Sacamento for an early doctors appointment and then to the American River to try out my new Shad Darts. Fishermans Warehouse says the Shad are in the river. I'll report tomorrow afternoon.
Zach J Thanks for stopping by.
Till then, remember: "A bad day fishing is better than any day at work"