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Fishing report 

Conditions, catches, and recent trout plants

Welcome to Ebbetts Pass Sporting Goods report on fishing and what's working at all your favorite spots along the Highway 4 corridor


Thursday November 7, 2022

       

       

      New from The Department Of Fish and Wildlife. As of January of 2023 you will be able to obtain your fishing license during the year and will be good for 365 days instead of the calendar year.


     The general Trout season will close November 15th. As of November 16th you can still fish the rivers but you must fish with artificial lures, must be barb less, and must release your catch. Zero catch!

     

     

    

    

     

    



  


Stop by Ebbetts Pass Sporting Goods for all of your outdoor and fishing needs. Let Ebbetts Pass Sporting Goods be your one stop shop for everything from camping, freshwater fishing, and fly fishing. We carry a broad line of fly fishing products including rods, reels, and waders from Redington, St. Croix rods, extensive fly assortment, and everything you need for your trout fishing experience. We now carry Fishpond, Umpqua, Outcast Boats, and Buff UV multi-functional head wear for protection against damage from extended sun exposure. We also stock a wide range of Footwear, including our new footwear, Cobian Footwear and Northside. We also stock Suncloud Polarized Sunglasses, along with a wide array of various brand sunglasses. Check out our huge selection of Berkley Power Bait and a wide selection of trout and bass lures for example Panther Martin spinners, Kastmasters, Yamamoto Senko, Daiwa Baits, River2Sea Whopper Ploppers and S Waver,  and Zoom Baits. We carry Daiwa rods and reels, and  along with other major brands.


For more local information go to our front page and click on the Fishing Resources. Then click on the Take Me Fishing tab. Then click on the map and in the address tab type in 925 Hwy 4 Arnold CA 95223. The map will show White Pines Lake. From here you can move the map up the Highway to all fishing locations. For rigging information and knots click on the fishing tab and under the learn tab go to to the learn to fish and click on that tab. This will show various ways to tie knots and how to set up rigs for any kind of fishing. Click on the tab, How To Fly Fish section. There is great deal of information on this page with instruction included with video. Feel free to contact us any time.


The trout do not rise in the cemetery, so you better do your fishing while you are still able.

By: Sparse Grey Hackle


WHITE PINES:   Planted the week of July 4th and the week of July 10th. Fishing has become difficult due the extreme heat we have received as of late. Bait casters should try using Berkley Garlic, Corn, or Salmon Egg scented Power Bait, Berkley Garlic scent Power Eggs, Berkley Mice Tails on a sliding sinker rig. You can also float a night crawler. Fly fishermen should try woolly buggers, sparrow nymphs, para adams, blue wing olive, ants, caddis, and bead head nymphs. Lure casters should try Panther Martin's, Rooster Tails, Kastmasters, Mepps, and Thomas Buoyant's.


LAKE ALPINE:     CLOSED DUE TO SNOW


SPICER RES: CLOSED DUE TO SNOW



NORTH FORK OF THE STANISLAUS:  Last planted week of August 28th :  Lure casters should try Panther Martin Spinners, try the NEW dual flash Panther Martin, Mepps, Kastmasters, and Thomas Buoyant lures. Fly fishermen should try woolly buggers, bead head nymphs, adams, stimulators, stone fly nymphs, caddis, pale morning dun, blue wing olive, light cahill, caddis, bead head nymphs, and ants. Bait caters should try salmon eggs, nightcrawlers, Berkley mice tails, Berkley garlic eggs, and the new Pautzke Fire Eggs on a split shot rig.


BEAVER CREEK: 

UNION RESERVOIR: 

MOSQUITO LAKES: 

HIGHLAND LAKES: 

ANGELS CREEK : 


Kinney Reservoir: 

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