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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017 13B Current local fishing information, compiled by Marl Erin Roth, Sports Editor Mari Erin Roth Sports Editor eroth@plumasnews.corn Bucks Lake There is no launching from the docks, just bank fishing up at Bucks. But there is good news from Rebecca Guereque up at Bucks Lake Lodge: "They are catching the larger fish, 6-pounders/' Guereque said it has been really cold outside, so fisherfolk haven't been staying out long.f "Just a few minutes at a time," noted Guereque, "but they are catching fish." Frenchman Lake Gary Blanchard said he has been having good luck up at Frenchman's. "We are catching 10-pounders," said Blanchard. The nice fish in the picture was caught on a pink and white Mouse Tail on 10-pound test with a 1/2-ounce sliding sinker on a 4-foot leader using a no. 8 barrel swivel and a no. 10 snelled single hook. "Started out wearing Carhartts," said Blanchard. "Too hot to wear at noon." That's some pretty good news. With temperatures in the teens in the morning, it's nice to know that heavy clothing can come off in the afternoon, and that nice fish are in the mood to bite. Gold Lake All the docks are out of the water, but locals say you can still make the drive in to Salmon Lake. "There is still open water and there is still fishing," said Mountain Hardware's self-described "fishing guy," Mark Tieslau. Fishing folk are throwing big spoons, 3/8 to half-ounce, and "catching some browns up to 5 pounds offthe points around the boat ramp," added Tieslau. Lake Almanor Coming to us from Almanor Fishing Association on Dec. 10 we have picked up the fish the mornings, but thebreezy mornings made for following information, afternoons are comfortabletough conditions and light Looks like we are in for until the sun goes down. The boat traffic. There were a few another week of mild weather, Lake North of the causewayfish caught by trollers' fast high teens in the morning, off Highway 36 just East of trolling hardware and I heard giving way to sunny mid-40s Chester is beginning to ice of a few fish caught slow in the afternoon. The high over, if our current weather trolling crawlers. Most of the pressure has kept us cold and trend continues it could be fish caught were smaller (12- dry for more than a week now frozen over early th is year. to 15-inch Rainbows). There with no end in sight. Tough to Last week's super moon and continues to be lots of fishing Gary Blanchard shows off a lO-pounder he caught at Frenchman Lake. pressure in and around the coves on the south end of the lake, with bank and fly fishermen picking up fish. Bank fishermen are catching fish with suspended crawlers and/or Power Bait while fly fishermen are catching fish on a variety of flies, adjusting sizes and colors based upon weather conditions. "I fished Geritol from shore this past Friday for an hour and picked up two Rainbows, both off a Green Wiggle tail," said John Crotty of Almanor Fishing Association. "I was using a 9-foot, 6-inch 4 wt. rod with a floating line, fishing the shoreline." Crotty added, "A friend of mine was fishing from his pram and having a darn good time catching the smaller rainbows on every other cast." Roadways are clear and Canyon Dam is the only public boat launch available. There are patches of icy roadways and the boat ramp can be hazardous with icy conditions as the water from trailers freezes quickly and builds up a sheet of slippery ice. Lake Davis Efforts up at Camp Five and Mallard are producing fish is what Tieslau is hearing at Mountain Hardware in Blairsden. "Basically one to two fish per rod," said Tieslau, and they are catching "3- to 5-pound rainbow trout." "It appears to be slowing down," said Jeanne Graham on the lake at J & J Grizzly Store, "the fish are getting lethargic." 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