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    Re: New to forum

    Quote Originally Posted by gmdcdvm View Post
    You can check Angler's Edge online (East Bay Parks, has a list of lakes, reports, and stocking schedule) to see some what recent reports. Some of the lakes are electric motors only.
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    http://www.ebparks.org/Page202.aspx

    Gerry
    Random question - when I was looking through some of those photos, there are a few really big trout in there - like 10lbs and such. Are those released that size? Or do they grow to that size in these lakes?

    Do some trout actually survive the summer and grow/breed through several seasons?

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    Re: New to forum

    Quote Originally Posted by okie View Post
    watch out for papagreg and hooks, they can be hard on youl.
    welcome to the sniffer
    be safe
    Thanks for the headsup! Haha.

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    Re: New to forum

    Welcome.

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    Re: New to forum

    watch out for papagreg and hooks, they can be hard on youl.
    welcome to the sniffer
    be safe

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    Re: New to forum

    You can check Angler's Edge online (East Bay Parks, has a list of lakes, reports, and stocking schedule) to see some what recent reports. Some of the lakes are electric motors only.
    Here is the link below.

    http://www.ebparks.org/Page202.aspx

    Gerry

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    Awsome thanks guys. Alot of locations near home. Sounds like gona be fun checking out those spots trying out different stuff. I do have a Bayliner boat to be able to take out to those spots that require a boat to get to to good fishing spots.

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    Re: New to forum

    Quarry lakes in fremont, Shadow Cliffs in pleasanton are near by along with Lake Chabot in Castro Valley. Just some local places that you can try a little closer to home.

    Gerry

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    Welcome to the boards, good info here and some really good people. Chabot has kicked out some big trout recently.

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    Re: New to forum

    Was just at San Pablo which was recently stocked.. limits are attainable with some holdovers from shore or boat. Fish off points or find reeds and fish around there with power bait. I hear trolling has improved there as well. Berryessa is fishing well. Or if you want to take the drive up to Shasta. It's fishing well right now for rainbows & browns. But you really need a boat there. The terrain is steep enough to hinder a goat. Heading to Lake Pardee in couple weeks. Soon to receive plants.. or already did.

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    Thanks fellas. I will look into those spots

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