Ukiah Fishing Report
Ukiah angler Steve Yates pulled a 16-pound, 30-inch channel cat from the channel on the north end of the lake this week using chicken liver as a bait. Catfish have been good in the north end.
Blue gill are hitting worms off the dock in the south end of the lake, and stripers are still good all over in the mornings and evenings. Nightcrawlers and minnows have proven to be good striper bate.
Information provided by Ron’s Tackle.
Rock cod has been really good lately, despite the slight swells on the sea. Seas should be coming down soon, improving the fishing. Torpedo jigs have worked well for cod near Elk.
Information provided by Noyo Fishing Center.
Fishing on Blue Lakes has been really slow of late. Some trout are being caught here and there, according to The Narrows Resort. Conditions should improve with the changing weather patterns.
Information provided by The Narrows Resort.
Drop shotting, spinnerbaits and crankbaits attract bass to 5 pounds. The north and south ends are producing fish. Bass are holding down 2 to 26 feet with the larger bass down 5 to 8 feet. (707) 279-4739.
Crappie fishing is good in the early morning near docks and brush. Minnows or jigs are equally effective. (707) 966-7708