Biggest bass caught out of San V since reopening

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    I know CDFW has been doing them at Jennings last fiscal yr and started at Otay this fiscal yr.

    My staff survey DVL/Skinner 8-10 days a month and Silverwood 6-12 days a month year round.
     
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    I don't know about the science of all this but all of our fish this year from San Vicente are fat and mean, very much like the fish we see at DVL and very different from last year(we quit fishing San Vicente a year ago because the fish were skinny a looked starved. Just my two cents. Tight lines!
     
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    tsugg .. when I saw the bass guys whinging about the shiner fishermen after V opened, I just shook my head. The majority of bass those folk took had huge heads and skinny bodies. None understood how important that harvest was to the future girth of the fish in that lake. Of course, when I went and saw all the dead bass on bottom around the ramp, I figured the C and R guys killed quite a few too, making room for fatter, healthier bass that grow faster, thus achieving heavier weight at younger age classes, simple math....
     
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    tournament mortality >>> harvest
     
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    What is the estimated tournament mortality rate? 20-30%?
     
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    At San V I’d say that’s accurate. My barotrauma study at DVL the mean mortality ranged from 2-32%. No barotrauma was 2-14%. Treated barotrauma (fizzed) was 0-30%. Untreated barotrauma was 25-56%. Fish caught deep die way more.
     
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    Back in the day at SV the first thing many people did was go to the back where the creek comes into the lake and chum corn for trout, then go to the toll rd arm and troll in circles over known structures. At times there were a couple of young boys I know catching trout and selling them. When the plant truck came it looked like a school of fish on a ball of anchovies
     
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