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Tuesday, October 18, 2016

2017 Folsom Lake Fishing Map and Fishing Report,and Hunting Clubs and Private Fishing in this area

2017 Folsom Lake Fishing Map and Fishing Report nearby Fishing and Hunting Clubs and Private Hunting Ranches

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 March. 13h 2017 Update

 Fishing continues to be good for Bass, anglers from shore are using live minnows from bobbers. Boat fisdhermen are using small plastic worms or jigs  drop-shot  staying close to shore at dawn and then heading to deeper waterter.ter. 

Plastic grubs, Senkos,tubes are working. As usual,  trollers fopr rainbows are hitting he North and South forks, but trout and salmon fishing  has been slow.

 How to fish Folsom Lake

 At Folsom Lake in the spring, the big trout and kokanee move out to the edges of the flooded channel formed by the American River.  Trollers can hook up while the water is cool.
As seen in the fishing map, besides the above, there are  largemouth and  smallmouth bass, crappie,  bluegill, and channel and  bullhead catfish.   
Best places: Troll the channel  edges for trout and salmon,  Dike 8 and Brown's Ravine  are tops for bank and still-fishing for trout. For bass,  head up to Rattlesnake Bar  on the North Fork or New  York Creek Cove and Jack's  Shack on the South Fork, but  there should be good concentrations in the coves of  both forks. Catfish are all over in the back bays, but  the west shore of the North  Fork should be best. Crappie  are best in Brown's Ravine.  There should be no problem locating bluegill.       
Trolling Tips
Troll the edges of the channel  near Rattlesnake Bar on the North Fork  up to Salmon Falls Bridge on the  South  Fork. The trout are rainbows, and according to our fishing report,  are stocked   in the spring with about  half-pound and better fish   
Also, there are plenty of big  hold overs that range to 5 pounds. And,  there are landlocked king salmon  in the lake that range up to 20 inches.
 Trollers use leaded line 2 and 4 colors deep in cool months and by midsummer it’ll take 14 to 15 colors using flashers, Needlefish, and No. 2s are the favorite size. Our fishing report says flame with pearl is the best color.
If you want, during the cooler months, string a bobber  about  5 or 6 feet above the  hook and hook the minnow through the  base of the dorsal fin. Hooking the bait  this way keeps it alive and swimming,  which is deadly on trout and kokanee.  Using this method, you have flexibility in fishing  depth by using a sliding bobber

 Largemouth and  smallmouth bass, crappie,  bluegill, and channel and  bullhead catfish.  Best places: Troll the channel  edges for trout and salmon.  Dike 8 and Brown's Ravine  are tops for bank and still-  fishing for trout. For bass,  head up to Rattlesnake Bar  on the North Fork or New  York Creek Cove and Jack's  Shack on the South Fork, but  there should be good con~  centrations in the coves of  both forks. Catfish are all  over in the back bays, but  the west shore of the North  Fork should be best. Crappie  are best in Brown's Ravine.  There should be no problem  locating bluegill! Try to get them with a fly rod during the evenings for a "whale" of a time!!!  

Folsom is an urban lake only 25 miles from Sacramento, and as such, it is also a popular water  skiing and speedboat lake. Boats can only go 5 miles per hour  within 100 feet of a swimmer or 200 feet  from shore. It is required by state law!     

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