Clear Lake Fishing Report
Another season has come and gone. I spent 5 days fishing Clear Lake and had a great time. The results were not what I had hoped, but I learned a ton. The bite changed daiy. I began by catching fish on a jig and cranking deep divers on rocks. The rocks is all that would hold through the 5 days for me. Each day the crank bite was dissipating. I was fishing the jig throughout the water column. Using a black TNT Wadda jig with a Sweet Beaver Hematoma trailer. I had found a shallow pitch bite early. Pitching my Powell 754 3D rods and Abu Garcia Revos reels to shallow cover. They were just crushing the jig. With the low water there was not a lot of places for me to do this. However I found a good sized area in the Rattle Snake arm. I also found a decent swim bait bite that appeared a bit more stable. Fishing break lines in 15 to 25 feet slow and I mean slow rolling the swimbait produced a few good fish each day. I tossed top waters and rattle baits to no avail.