San Vicente heating up with Spring conditions

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  • San Vicente is heating up as spring approaches.  We have had stable warm weather for about a week now and the fish are moving up.  Despite many areas with waterfalls of water coming into the lake still, the water temps are ranging from 62 in the morning to 67 in afternoon.

    The water is very high and tons and tons of foliage in the water to catch fish of them.  There are fish in all stages of the spawn right now (pre, spawn, and post).

    I targeted the deeper fished early and managed a few on a 1/2 ounce Revenge Football head with a Yamamoto Green Pumpkin Twin Tail Trailer.  Also caught couple of fish on the IMA Flit jerkbait.

    The majority of the fish though came on the good ol’ Yamamoto Senko in Green Pumpkin color.  This is a great bait to fish there now as it will catch the fish up shallow on the spawn, deep on prespawn and the ones that are post spawn suspended.

    Fish the Senko on light line as many areas of the lake are still fairly clear and no shortage of anglers pressuring the fish.  Sure you will break a few off, but better to get the bites and lose a few then run thicker line and never get bit.  Fish the senko very slow.

    Good luck and if you are looking to get on the water or just want to learn more about your local lake, book a trip today,  toddklinefishing.com.

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    Todd Kline

    Todd Kline, one of the most successful tournament anglers on the west coast the last several years, is now offering his services as a professional fishing guide in southern California, including San Diego’s fabled big bass reservoirs.

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