It's a short 5 mile drive from the house so we were there in a flash after a coffee and donut stop, set up in the middle of the bridge which has been good in the past, and since the water level was up, the prospects were good.
|Middle of the bridge|
|The other way|
|Downstream toward Lake Pardee|
|X marks the spot?|
Got through check-in with a "stocked today". Forgot this was a holiday weekend, this being Good Friday and all. Can you say "Combat Fishing"?
I think the entire population of Sacramento, Stockton, and Modesto was there. The only good thing was one of the best fishing places (a dock) was empty just waiting for us. So I set up one rod with rainbow Power Bait and Yuki set one up with a meal worm. On the other rods we started throwing lure after lure after lure with no success while people around us caught fish after fish.
I finally went to one of the guys I saw pull a couple in and asked him what he was using. It was a gray colored Crappie jig. Of course, all my Crappie jigs were at home in the garage. I did have a gray colored Power Worm and a jig head, but they wouldn't touch it.
So, back to the title "Yuki And I Figured Out The Problem". Since I haven't caught a fish since January 28th, I must be cursed. I blame my lack of concentration on the contractor that destroyed the kitchen. That has to be the answer.
Maybe next time I should take my Crappie jigs.
Mark, try a nightcrawler, seriously. If you can't catch a trout with a nightcrawler I don't know what to tell you.ReplyDelete
We did. We tried everything.Delete
Just don't give up. Like they say about basketball, every shot you don't take is a miss.ReplyDelete
So much for the meal worm theory, what about a stick of dynamite???? ---------------I like your attitude NEVER GIVE UP--the mark of a great fisherman!!!
Impressed with the new background!!!
Dynamite next time?ReplyDelete
Whatever it takes.
You'll get 'em Mark. What about the kastmaster spoon? No luck with that, either?ReplyDelete