With summer salmon prospects not looking too hot this early summer, I’m fired up to be working back up on Lake Tahoe again, where I’m running super light tackle jigging trips.
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Summer mackinaw fishing on the big lake is a great escape from the summer heat and the fishing is usually very good!
With the right gear/techniques, macks are really fun to catch…and they are awesome on the grill. Here’s some visual inspiration for ya…
Again, if you’d like to come out, you can reach me at 916-952-1554
I must admit I’d never heard of Paul’s Custom Lures out of Southern California before I received a little care package the other day. But I’m pretty sure they’re going to be in my arsenal going forward!
Check to the beautiful detail on these baits…very nice custom paint jobs and they feel extremely durable as well. My immediate thought after seeing these two samples: The 110 Redside (top) and the 130 Lavender Shad was: High Country browns and macks beware! The Redside looks very close to the Lahontan Redsides of the Tahoe Basin and the Lavender Shad is a spiting image of a young kokanee.
I look forward to dragging these things around soon and will report back. To see all the color combos, check out Paul’s Custom Lures.
For his efforts, Hayden is entered into the Hawg of the Month Contest and had a shot to win a sweet prize pack of clothing and lures from Yakima Bait.
Juse when you thought that every conceivable style of kokanee rod has already hit the market, Lamiglas introduces its new Team Kokanee Jared Johnson signature model CGR 802L downrigger rod. At 8 feet long (2-piece), it’s a bit longer than your standard koke stick, but what really separates it from the pack is that the CGR 802L is the only rod for this style of fishing that has micro guides (it features 14 micro guides + tip).Click here to read more…