Clear Lake Fishing Report
The bite really picked up last week, I was fun fishing and was able to catch some nice fish, the biggest was a fat 8 1/2 pounder, and then in the last two days I had to work hard for a decent limit. So any given day it can be great fishing or a lot of work. I did much better when there was some wind, the silver sides are everywhere, I think the wind positions them on structure and then the bass are easier to catch. I have been launching at Red Bud and the ramp and area has much cleaner water, also in the Rattlesnake side if there is some wind the algae gets moved around and it is easy to find clean water. Every day has been a bit different, I just run around and find clean water if the algae is giving me trouble. Tips: For the deep bite fish slow and try Jigs, Shakey Heads, Texas ridged worms and drop shots.
For the shallow bite try 5″ Senkos or the 5″ Hippo Swimbait, fish both in the weeds or along the weed edges and in shade pockets on docks.
For me, moving around until I found them was key. Have fun ! Steve Perkins (949) 701-3819 Web Site https://www.steveperkinsfishing.com/