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Rockport

Rating - Fair   

Wednesday, Nov 30 2022
November: As water temperatures cool down, Trout begin to head shallower in the reservoir white the warm water fish, such as smallmouth bass, head deaper. Rainbow Trout: For shore anglers, Try fishing trout dough bati or a worm off the bottom in shallow water. Boat anglers can do well trolling crankbaits, or a pop gear and a worm or a squid and dodger combination, at depths from fright under the surface down to 40 feet. Smallmouth Bass: The primary forage of the species are crayfish and yellow perch. Try casting spinner baits, tube jigs, twist tail grubs, and crankbaits perpendicular to shore. Smallmouth can also be caught by fishing a jig, tipped with worm, a couple feet under a bobber in rocky areas or areas with submerged brush. Yellow Perch: Fish a worm either on the bottom or under a bobber along sandy shorelines or transition zones ( e.g. cobble changing to mud or sand). For boat anglers, try looking for schools in water between 6 and 30 feet deep. When you find a school of fish, try vertical jigging with a jig or spoon tipped with a worm. Kokanee Salmon: This species can be found in deeper water and is most accessible to those fishing from a boat. Try fishing a squid and dodger combination tipped with corn or a scented artificial maggot or worm. Fish can usually be found in open water at depths between 12 and 40 ft. Adult fish will likely be spawning in the fall, so fish caught in the fall will likely be smaller fish that are not yet ready to spawn.




Wednesday, Nov 30 2022




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Rockport


Rating - Fair

November: As water temperatures cool down, Trout begin to head shallower in the reservoir white the warm water fish, such as smallmouth bass, head deaper. Rainbow Trout: For shore anglers, Try fishing trout dough bati or a worm off the bottom in shallow water. Boat anglers can do well trolling crankbaits, or a pop gear and a worm or a squid and dodger combination, at depths from fright under the surface down to 40 feet. Smallmouth Bass: The primary forage of the species are crayfish and yellow perch. Try casting spinner baits, tube jigs, twist tail grubs, and crankbaits perpendicular to shore. Smallmouth can also be caught by fishing a jig, tipped with worm, a couple feet under a bobber in rocky areas or areas with submerged brush. Yellow Perch: Fish a worm either on the bottom or under a bobber along sandy shorelines or transition zones ( e.g. cobble changing to mud or sand). For boat anglers, try looking for schools in water between 6 and 30 feet deep. When you find a school of fish, try vertical jigging with a jig or spoon tipped with a worm. Kokanee Salmon: This species can be found in deeper water and is most accessible to those fishing from a boat. Try fishing a squid and dodger combination tipped with corn or a scented artificial maggot or worm. Fish can usually be found in open water at depths between 12 and 40 ft. Adult fish will likely be spawning in the fall, so fish caught in the fall will likely be smaller fish that are not yet ready to spawn.


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