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30.9 pound Mack caught by Steve Pitts on Donner Lake - Click to Zoom
 30.9 lb. Mackinaw caught on Donner Lake

[Fishing Reports, Fishing Events]

There is always some news on fishing events, meetings and projects that may serve of interest to the Lake Tahoe Fisherman. If you have information on fish news we would appreciate your feedback.

Lake Tahoe Fishing Report

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April 6, 2012

I am going to be guiding up in the Lake Shasta area. These will be the lakes I will be fishing on most of the time: Shasta Lake, Trinity Lake, Whiskeytown, Eagle lake and Lake Almanor. All of these lakes are killer for catching the big fish. Did you know that Trinity lake has Kings 5 pounds and bigger? How about Shasta for trout, kings and browns, big browns. Be looking for my new web site all about the big move to the best lakes in the north state.

Most of the other lakes have been snowed on so I have no report on them. It looks like we are in for more weather before it gets into spring fishing. I will be hunting for Browns and Big Kings this Spring hope to have you on board. Mack and Kokanee fishing on Donner and Stampede will be between May 15 th and June 15th. All other days will be fishing up in the Shasta lake area.
 
bulletLAKE TAHOE - The bite just keeps getting better. Get out and troll the Tavern Hole area and you will get your Macks. Stay in 140 feet or less. Some nice Big Mackinaws have been caught on the shelf out in front of the coast guard station.
bulletREMEMBER TO STAY 1000 FEET FROM ANY STREAM ENTERING THE LAKE. BIG FINE IF YOUR CAUGHT.
bulletDONNER LAKE - With some ice and a lot of wind not to much fishing going on. The bite will come on next month I hope. I am taking clients out on Donner from Mid May till June. Book your trip now, the dates are filling up fast.
bulletPlease let the Big Macks GO (fish over 10 pounds). If we don't your KIDS wont have the chance that you have to catch one of these big fish that have been in the lake for 40 years.
bulletSTAMPEDE RESERVOIR - I heard you can get into Stampede . Try jigging late in the day and trolling in the morning using black and white.
bulletDAVIS LAKE - No Report.
bulletSHASTA LAKE - We did get out this last week on Shasta lake. We fished the McCloud arm one day and the Pit arm another day. The McCloud is full of Browns and Rainbows right now. The rain Has brought them in to feed on Shad. Try trolling Shad patterns, Artic Fox flies in rust, white and black...the black too. Trolling at 35 feet for Rainbows out from shore has been good when you see bait. The Browns are in tight to shore, look for a rock shoreline and work it hard. Rolling Shad is best for the Browns. Right now up the pit arm the rainbows are on a plankton bite. We where running Orange Artic Fox flies and rust colored grubs. Nice fish up the Pit.
bulletTRINITY LAKE - Trinity got 2 feet of snow. No Report.
bulletLAKE ALMANOR - No Report.
bulletWHISKEYTOWN LAKE - I have not fished here yet this year. We will be fishing here real soon for the Kokanee.
bulletEAGLE LAKE -  CLOSED
bulletBeginning in September, the big Rainbow Trout start moving to the north end of Eagle Lake and that is when we start fishing for these monsters. One and two day guided fishing trips available.

Keep it Tight,
Keith Kerrigan

Lake Tahoe Fishing Events

bulletSummer Schedule
bullet Tahoe Maritime Museum M-F, 11:00am-5:00pm
bullet5205 West Lake Blvd., Homewood, CA
bulletCall: (530) 525-9253
bulletMay 2-3
bulletKokanee Power Spring Trout Derby
bulletLake Shasta 2-Day Trout & Salmon Derby at Basshole Bar & Grill, Lakehead, Ca
bulletEmail: Gary Coe or call (916) 985-4943
bulletJune 2, 2007
bullet Raft the Carson River -  Sponsored by the Carson Valley Inn
bulletEnjoy the remote natural beauty of the Carson River
bullet$89.00 Rafting only, Hotel packages available.
bulletIncludes Breakfast Buffet, Bus Transportation, River-side lunch and a great time rafting down the river
bulletCall: Jacki at (775) 782-0318 for more information.
bulletJune 2-3, 2007
bullet18th Annual Kids Fishing Derby
bulletPre-registration is required and registration forms can be obtained at the Douglas Chamber of Commerce at Lampe Park, Gardnerville, for more information call: (775) 782-9828
bulletFor kids ages 3-12 years
bulletJune 3, 2007
bulletJake's on the Lake, Annual Fishing Derby
bulletBoatworks Mall, Tahoe City - Call for more information (530) 583-0188
bulletJune 9, 2007
bullet California Free Fishing Day
bulletFish free! Take the family out for a fun day of fishing anywhere in CA or NV.
bulletAnnual Youth Fishing Day
bulletSponsored by Raley's and The Optimists, free hot dogs & chips 8:00am to 12:00noon
bulletSaw Mill Ponds (a trout fishing pond open year round to children 14 & under)
bullet1.5 miles west of the "Y" on Lake Tahoe Boulevard, South Lake Tahoe
bulletJune 10, 2007
bullet Nevada Free Fishing Day
bulletFish free! Take the family out for a fun day of fishing anywhere in CA or NV.
bulletJuly 28, 2007
bulletCommunity Fishing Derby
bulletAt Caples Lake from 9am to 12pm - awards, raffles, and fish n' chips to follow at 12:30pm.
bullet$20 adults, $15 ages 12-16, $10 under age 12
bulletCall Kirkwood Mountain Resort: (209) 258-7386 for reservations and more information.
bulletSeptember 22, 2007
bulletCalifornia Free Fishing Day
bulletFish free! Take the family out for a fun day of fishing anywhere in CA.
bulletOctober 13-14, 2007
bullet7th Annual Trout Derby at Shasta Lake
bullet$95.00 Entry Fee Also Includes A Steak Or Chicken Dinner - No Host Bar & Door Prizes (Saturday Night) AND An Official Trout Derby T-Shirt! 1st Prize: $2,500! Maximum of 250 anglers for this event.
bulletFor more information, contact: Harold Jones - Sugarloaf Cottages - (800) 953-4432 OR Dave Dulon - Basshole Bar & Grill - (530) 238-2170
bulletOctober 14, 2007
bulletTruckee River Day
bulletCelebrate and Honor the River!
bulletMark your calendars to help out on work projects that help to improve water quality and fish habitat in the Truckee River and it's tributaries. The Tahoe Truckee Fly Fishers will be partnering with the Truckee River Watershed Council on fish habitat improvement projects. We'll need plenty of helpers on this 'groundbreaking' effort!
bulletContact Beth Christman, Truckee River Watershed Council Program Manager, to volunteer and for more information: (530) 550-8760 or visit www.truckeeriverday.org.
bulletOctober 19-20, 2007
bulletAnnual Northern California Council Federation of Fly Fishers Conclave
bulletBeing held this year at Redding Convention Center/Turtle Bay Museum in Redding, California
bulletFly Tying, Fly Fishing Techniques, Fly Casting Instruction, Travel Opportunities, Guides, Artists, Manufacturers, Exhibitors, Fly Casting Tournament, Chili Feed, Banquet, Silent Auction, Live Auction, and more - Bring the family.
bulletOctober (specific dates TBA)
bulletKokanee Salmon Festival
bulletThis event in early October coincides with the annual spawning of landlocked salmon up Taylor Creek in South Lake Tahoe. This two-day event includes a Kokanee Kookoff, art displays, educational programs, nature walks, and tours of the Lake Tahoe's Visitors Center Stream Profile Chamber, complete with an underground viewing area with windows below the water level.
bulletFor more information contact U.S. Forest Service Visitor Center, S. Lake Tahoe, at (530) 543-2674
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