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sollimes
02-04-2007, 07:35 PM
Fished from 2:00pm to 5:00pm caught 30+ fish today on Bumble bee Wooly Bugger and caught a few on pink power worm. ;D
Not too bad for 3hrs of fishing. ;)
Tight lines

Hot spot

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Big Ken
02-04-2007, 09:11 PM
Good Job Thaifisher. look like some nice size fish. I have never fished Pardee before. I would like to try some time.

sollimes
02-04-2007, 09:58 PM
You should try Pardee there are tons of fish to be caught from the bank.
Below are the hot lures

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keviwa
02-05-2007, 06:51 AM
Way to Thaifisher! Thats the spot I hammered them on friday. Nice photos, shows how low the lake realy is! I fished the exact same spots as the people in your pic. The most productive spot for me was on the island tossing into the corner.

sollimes
02-05-2007, 08:58 AM
Still lots of fish hanging around there.
My arms got tired,so I call it quit would have still catch more fish.
I'll be back there again this weekend.

*Deltadog*
02-05-2007, 10:58 AM
Fished it Saturday, by 7:00 am there were too many people in the rec area, and about 40 boats vying for trolling room that it became a cluster-f#@k!! I started at Blue Heron and then moved to the main lake body at Mosquito at around 8 am, managed 8 nice fish. On chartruese power bait and marshmallow/mini crawler combos. My buddy got one of those tagged fish, got himself a free lunch. Beautiful day, hard to believe its winter.
Dog

rgraham28
02-05-2007, 11:10 AM
Here's My take from 2/4 on the Banks of the Pardee...


http://i147.photobucket.com/albums/r306/rgraham28/PardeeTroutfeb4th.jpg

http://i147.photobucket.com/albums/r306/rgraham28/PardeeFishFrb4thBirthdayFish.jpg

camotracker
02-05-2007, 11:20 AM
hey great job guys. nice pics. hey is there a fee to fish there? been wanting to try it. since amador has been hot it hard to go elsewhere. you know.

RonM
02-05-2007, 12:25 PM
hey great job guys. nice pics. hey is there a fee to fish there? been wanting to try it. since amador has been hot it hard to go elsewhere. you know.


Here you go....

Pardee Fees (http://www.pardeelakerecreation.com/2007%20Rate%20Schedule.pdf)

camotracker
02-05-2007, 04:23 PM
thanks ron. that helps alot

hunkfisher
02-05-2007, 06:19 PM
Went out on sunday and monday had a flippin blast got there at 6 caught my first at 605 on powerbait caught three more on rainbow power bait by 7, then it died went to the "Hot spot" used rooster tails and eggs and jigs to land about twenty or so by 11 then ventured around the corner by the marina oh man there are tons of fish over in that little pocket and they were rediculously big!!! used woolybugger and from 11 to 3 i must have landed 20 or so more kept 4 all over 4 pounds easy(Ill try to load pics), today back to that same pocket were i caught all those big boys and they are still there fish from 1 to 5 and landed about 20 or 30 on black wooly buggers power worms in a pink color using a jig head and *spinners such as panther martins. I tell you what this lake a turned around i guess the owners are all really nice and are planning on overloading this lake with fish. and there are all quality size and fight, i also think they bought some fish from that lake down the street from them big with red slashes underneath i asked but they wouldnt tell me *;) oh well looking forward to many productive days at Pardee, oh yeah and its very well kept!

Brad "Hunkfisher"

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atavuss
02-05-2007, 07:34 PM
how do you fish with a wolly bugger? *cast it out like a lure? *it does not look heavy enough to cast out very far............

sollimes
02-05-2007, 08:35 PM
Use a clear casting bobber with about 3-4 foot leader and tie the wooly bugger directly on to the line.
Cast out and just retrieve slowly and hang on.



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keviwa
02-06-2007, 06:46 AM
Went out on sunday and monday had a flippin blast got there at 6 caught my first at 605 on powerbait caught three more on rainbow power bait by 7, then it died went to the "Hot spot" used rooster tails and eggs and jigs to land about twenty or so by 11 then ventured around the corner by the marina oh man there are tons of fish over in that little pocket and they were rediculously big!!! used woolybugger and from 11 to 3 i must have landed 20 or so more kept 4 all over 4 pounds easy(Ill try to load pics), today back to that same pocket were i caught all those big boys and they are still there fish from 1 to 5 and landed about 20 or 30 on black wooly buggers power worms in a pink color using a jig head and *spinners such as panther martins. I tell you what this lake a turned around i guess the owners are all really nice and are planning on overloading this lake with fish. and there are all quality size and fight, i also think they bought some fish from that lake down the street from them big with red slashes underneath i asked but they wouldnt tell me *;) oh well looking forward to many productive days at Pardee, oh yeah and its very well kept!

Brad "Hunkfisher"

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Have to agree with Hunkfisher, These trout are not your average DFG planters! They are much larger and have the same coloring and fight as the Amador trout. Kudos to the new owners for stocking a strain of fish that dont roll over and die two seconds after you hook them!!!
Kevin

ifish4fun
02-06-2007, 10:02 AM
Great reports guys it sound like pardee is the hot spot now.

camotracker
02-06-2007, 04:15 PM
right on hunkfisher, might have to make my first trip there soon. thank for the info.
LEO"CAMOTRACKER"

rymerpt
02-06-2007, 04:33 PM
Pics of the bank fishers at Pardee 2/3/07:

http://www.myfishingpictures.com/watermark.php?file=500/6901bucket-med.jpg

http://www.myfishingpictures.com/watermark.php?file=500/6901easy-med.jpg


Kinda like fishin in a bucket


rymerpt

*Deltadog*
02-06-2007, 05:05 PM
From what I hear, noone has ever seen the lake this low.
Dog

fishinator
02-06-2007, 05:43 PM
Man sounds like pardee might be worth trying. I think I might be going on the 22nd. Any Suggestions- Boat or no boat?? :-/

atavuss
02-06-2007, 06:06 PM
Man sounds like pardee might be worth trying. I think I might be going on the 22nd. Any Suggestions- Boat or no boat?? :-/

if you like to fish with lots of other people next to you fish the bank, if you want a little solitude, take a boat and head up the river arm.

hunkfisher
02-06-2007, 08:47 PM
True story it was kind of crowded really bad on sunday but not so much on monday when i went so depends if its a week day or not. :-? i did not see how the boaters did versus the bankies but it is crowded that will dissipate over time though, lots of fish close to shore but they are all planters but they do fight hard up the river you have a shot a landing some holdover and native rainbows and some of those big browns that should be coming back down the river from their spawning runs up the moke. when we get some water this week it ll help spread the fish out i think. Take the boat you can always park it and fish from the bank.

Brad "Hunkfisher"

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Fish_Bully
02-07-2007, 07:47 AM
Wow! I've fished this lake for many years and don't believe I've seen it this low. Why is it so low?

I was to fish this lake starting tomorrow but with the impending rain, my friends backed out. I think I'll hit Melones instead.... :-/.......I really have been looking forward to Pardee though.... :-/

I certainly will not fish elbow-to-elbow for planters. Keep an eye out on the hitchhiker board, I may have an open seat.....or go to Melones.

:-/ :-/ :-/ :-/ :-/

Flip