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Thread: Any LMB biting?

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    First time posting here.
    I have a chance to fish silverwood lake this weekend possibly on late sunday afternoon/early evening hours and very early on Monday morning. I plan to bring my kayak for some large mouth bass fishing and any advice would be appreciated.
    Almost all recent fishing report i can find on the lake was either trout or striped bass. Is LMB fishing decent at silverwood?
    And does the wind usually kick in the afternoon?
    Thank you in advance!
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    Last edited by 45user; 05-23-2018 at 11:07 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 45user View Post
    First time posting here.
    I have a chance to fish silverwood lake this weekend possibly on late sunday afternoon/early evening hours and very early on Monday morning. I plan to bring my kayak for some large mouth bass fishing and any advice would be appreciated.
    Almost all recent fishing report i can find on the lake was either trout or striped bass. Is LMB fishing decent at silverwood?
    Thank you in advance!
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    Do you go by 45user on instagram too? If so you know Jon aka re:cast. Some just posted about silverwood and said itís slow and the alge is bad they might close the lake off soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowler View Post
    Do you go by 45user on instagram too? If so you know Jon aka re:cast. Some just posted about silverwood and said it’s slow and the alge is bad they might close the lake off soon
    Yes i do go by 45user..everywhere lol
    i read some of the posts here. It seems like this forum is the only forum with a recent report but all on striper and trout report. I haven't fished here in more than a decade and don't remember much about this lake. I called the lake and told them i plan to bring my kayak this weekend but they didn't mention anything about lake closure....yet. i called the Marina also trying to get some fishing report but it wasn't too helpful. I'm wondering if it is worth the effort to bring my kayak if the fishing is real slow. I've been to pyramid lake few weeks back and algae bloom there was pretty bad too but LMB were still biting.
    I am thinking of shore fishing on sunday afternoon and kayak fishing on monday morning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 45user View Post
    Yes i do go by 45user..everywhere lol
    i read some of the posts here. It seems like this forum is the only forum with a recent report but all on striper and trout report. I haven't fished here in more than a decade and don't remember much about this lake. I called the lake and told them i plan to bring my kayak this weekend but they didn't mention anything about lake closure....yet. i called the Marina also trying to get some fishing report but it wasn't too helpful. I'm wondering if it is worth the effort to bring my kayak if the fishing is real slow. I've been to pyramid lake few weeks back and algae bloom there was pretty bad too but LMB were still biting.
    I am thinking of shore fishing on sunday afternoon and kayak fishing on monday morning.
    45
    Yes the wind does kick up in the afternoon sometimes. Yeah mostly trout and stripers being caught. And I go by bowler on most place I post. I was in a post with you that Jon did not to long ago.

    http://fishingnetwork.net/forum4/sho...21-at-the-wood

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowler View Post
    Yes the wind does kick up in the afternoon sometimes. Yeah mostly trout and stripers being caught. And I go by bowler on most place I post. I was in a post with you that Jon did not to long ago.

    http://fishingnetwork.net/forum4/sho...21-at-the-wood
    I did ok on the bass last week.You need to cover a lot of ground.... itís tough when they donít hit reaction baits so just stick to drop shot roboworms.... any shade of purple... Caught fish from 3 feet to 16 feet of water.... Iíd stick to the weed line this time of year .

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    Quote Originally Posted by khanhqpham View Post
    I did ok on the bass last week.You need to cover a lot of ground.... itís tough when they donít hit reaction baits so just stick to drop shot roboworms.... any shade of purple... Caught fish from 3 feet to 16 feet of water.... Iíd stick to the weed line this time of year .

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    The water is not that bad, green tint but clarity still decent to good even in Clehorn. The winds I believe have stirred it up a bit and the bloom is being held off, for now. As far as largemouth go it's best just before dark, 7:00pm till dark, and very early in the morning. With the lows coming thru the bite is a bit stagnant, next stretch of more than a day or 2 of nice weather should improve the bite dramatically.

    This weekend is going to be nuts. The parking lot will probably fill up on Sunday and people will be parking on the highway, only chance is if weather is bad but Sunday and Monday improving weather means insanity! Good luck I'd come after 5:00pm on Sunday and stay till dark to avoid a lot of the madness, personally holiday weekends is about the only time I don't fish there, sucks to take 3 days off but better for my mental health.

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    Quote Originally Posted by khanhqpham View Post
    I did ok on the bass last week.You need to cover a lot of ground.... it’s tough when they don’t hit reaction baits so just stick to drop shot roboworms.... any shade of purple... Caught fish from 3 feet to 16 feet of water.... I’d stick to the weed line this time of year .

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    Yep morning dawn, Aaron's magic are the go to colors for sure. Reaction bait is waiting on bait to move shallow I think, no silversides seen yet. This also will change with nicer weather.

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    Quote Originally Posted by khanhqpham View Post
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    Thank you for the pointer!
    Since I will be on kayak Iím thinking launching from Cleghorn and maybe pedal out to near dock not sure how far it is but maybe as far as to miller canyon would be the distance I will be traveling/fishing
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    Quote Originally Posted by seal View Post
    The water is not that bad, green tint but clarity still decent to good even in Clehorn. The winds I believe have stirred it up a bit and the bloom is being held off, for now. As far as largemouth go it's best just before dark, 7:00pm till dark, and very early in the morning. With the lows coming thru the bite is a bit stagnant, next stretch of more than a day or 2 of nice weather should improve the bite dramatically.

    This weekend is going to be nuts. The parking lot will probably fill up on Sunday and people will be parking on the highway, only chance is if weather is bad but Sunday and Monday improving weather means insanity! Good luck I'd come after 5:00pm on Sunday and stay till dark to avoid a lot of the madness, personally holiday weekends is about the only time I don't fish there, sucks to take 3 days off but better for my mental health.
    I’m thinking just shore/dock fishing on Sunday and hit the water early on Monday for few hours on my kayak.
    Thank you for the advice!
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