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Old 05-14-2013, 04:24 AM
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I would troll the a rig with white color 3" shad plastics around outhouse cove.
Last i was there....i caught many lil 3 lbers.
My rod got slammed hard once....fish ran to fast, my line snapped!
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Old 05-17-2013, 05:03 PM
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thanks dodoman... by the way where is best to place to fish onshore at night throwing topwater plugs and lures? ive tried at chemise and the dam with no result...some guy told me to take the dirt road to the left before the dam parking and go to where the rock quarry is...ive never been on that road...is it good for night fishing? what do u think my best bet is??also do they bite all night long? cause I usually leave around 9 and I think maybe im screwin myself..maybe cleghorn or miller?? I don't know how to access those parts without goin in park.
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Old 05-18-2013, 10:18 PM
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The dirt trail to the quarry?
I believe its closed at night, unless you ride a bike.
The quarry is one of the deepest spot on the lake.
Ive metered fish at around 250', if i remember correctly.
Mega monsters hang out there but very hard to catch...very hard!
Not to discourage you in any way...but with the warmer months...best to fish a bit deeper say the inlet with garlic crawlers.
Cleg and miller always hold fish...its a hike down when the park is closed.
Nothing illegal as the lake is open 24hr, except the park.
Chamis cove is one of my favorite spot...but like i said all 3 lbers all day long.
Top water is great at night.
Gotta put in the time and alot of it.
These stripers love to eat and mainly feed on baby carp and bass along with shad, silverside and thier annual winter treat....trouts!
Ive never really caught a striper over 5 lbs in that lake.. i gave up years ago!! LoL.
They are there...but the bigger ones are really smart.
Best time for top water swimbait action is in the winter.
The stripers push the trout into the dam area...that where you want to be at the right time, the right place.
Z plug...punker...triple trout....what ever floats and wakes.
I now reside near diamond valley lake.
Its the promise land they say.
Ooooh...i believe it!!!
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Old 05-18-2013, 10:31 PM
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Forgot to answer your question if they bite all night long?
Well not really from what ive observed.
One night they can feed on top ( boils ) at anytime of the night.
There really is no pattern.
Some say...best to fish 9pm til 11pm. others say differently.
Ive found better action between 2 am til 4 am, then its completly dead.
Just remember one most important thing and ive said this to everyone who would ask...
THE STRIPERS ARE ALWAYS ON THE MOVE!!!
With the water level shifting up and down, currents and morning aft winds...no telling where they will be next.
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Old 05-18-2013, 10:43 PM
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Here is an old map i drew out in red.
Red is for foot trails.
P is for parking.
Theres a lot more foot trails out there.

Another suggestion....inlandguideservice.com
find greg silk.
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Old 05-19-2013, 12:50 AM
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Wow dodo thanks for all the info its really gonna help...im confused with one thing...u said topwater lures are better for winter months....i thought they start hittin topwater in the summer..
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Old 05-19-2013, 04:45 PM
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Well for bass, top water in the summer is good.
Stripers??...at night or early am.
Funny here we are on the board chating while greg silk landed and released 60 stripers yesturday..lol
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Old 05-21-2013, 03:12 PM
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Wow must be nice lol...i went to chemise last night from 9 till 11...nothin..im waiting for my baby bow trophy sticks to come in the mail...they look awesome...n e way ill probably walk the dam for a few hours tonight...ill keep u guys updated...
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Old 05-23-2013, 08:50 PM
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One more thing im worried about is trolling...i think im gonna b doin alot of it and i have 2 questions....i keep reading i have to troll at about 2 mph...will i b able to do it ...i have a old 2 stroke johnson motor.....im not sure im gonna know how fast my boat speed....im also not sure if the noise of the 2 stroke will spook fish....i have a 12 ft aluminum boat......second thing is im thinkn about buying a downrigger but im scared if the weight gets caught it will flip my little boat....do they have drags like a reel....this is a real fear cause me and my dad already flipped it at corona lake...btw worst fishing day of my life..i can only imagine flipping the boat over in the middle of silverwood.....thanx alot dodo for all info...
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Old 05-24-2013, 07:26 PM
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Trolling is easy...no need for fancy rigs.
First...you can buy an umbrella rig in 2oz to 6oz lead attached to the rig.
I like to use the 2 or 4oz rig.
Now......let go with 2oz rig and 12 lb test.
If you let out 150' its going to put you at or around 15 to 20' deep.
Thats a guesstimate from my past use.
or do you have somthing else in mind?
What type of lure you looking to troll?

Stripers like a bit fast on troll speed.. 2 to 4 mph is normal.
Just kick off the throttle and in gear.

Remember....big baits gets you bigger fish.
Caught this fish somewhere in california.
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Old 05-26-2013, 12:26 PM
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Thats a nice striper...heres a pic of my 19 pound 11 ounce trout i caught at corona in march...i won first place at the tournament...i caught him on 2 pound test lol
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Old 05-26-2013, 01:59 PM
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Very nice ... :)
i live 5 minutes from corona lake.
I dont fish it much.
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Anyone have current reports for silverwood...i went tonight from 6 till 8.....parked at top of cleghorn n walked down...caught 6 smaller ones but npthin to write home about...i think they were tail smackin it My topwater
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