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trollingplate
02-13-2012, 07:23 PM
Horseshoe Lake (Quarry Lakes Regional Recreation Area, Union City/Fremont)
Park Hours: 7:00am to 6:00 pm.
Fishing is picking up again at Quarry Lakes for both shore and boating anglers! On 1/18, James Marotta of San Jose caught his limit of trout for a total weight of 14.13 lbs. He was using his green crappie jig and was fishing in Kiosk Cove. Also on 1/18, Damien Garcia of San Jose caught his limit of trout using yellow corn Power Bait with orange twist for some and a Kastmaster for the rest. He fished on both Fishermen’s Row and in Kiosk Cove. On 1/19, Chris Castaneda of Union City caught three trout in Kiosk Cove on red worms. On 1/19, James Marotta of San Jose was back and caught another limit of trout on his green crappie jig in Kiosk Cove. This time his limit weighed 11.1 lbs. Also on 1/19, Jesse “60’s man” Talamantes of Fremont caught a 4-lb. catfish on chicken livers. He was fishing from the disabled-accessible fishing pier. On 1/21, young brothers Masaki and Tomoki Bradley of Santa Clara caught a 2.8-lb. trout using green pumpkinseed Power Bait. They were fishing from their dad’s boat in the front part of Horseshoe Lake. On 1/22, Joshua Oldham of East Palo Alta and his buddy Shawn McCauley of Redwood City caught seven trout between the two of them for a total weight of 10.8 lbs. They were using green chartreuse worms with rainbow Power Bait. They were fishing from Fishermen’s Row. On 1/22, Jack Antrim of Hayward caught and released a 7-lb. trout using a “super duper.” Jack was fishing from his boat on the back side of Horseshoe Lake. On 1/23, William Bennett of Fremont and Joshua Oldham of East Palo Alto caught a 1.3-lb. trout on rainbow Power Bait. They were fishing along Fishermen’s Row. On 1/24, Jesse “60’s man” Talamantes of Fremont was back and caught a 1.8-lb. trout, a 3.4-lb. trout and a 4.0-lb. trout. He was fishing in Kiosk Cove using an orange worm with a yellow egg. On 1/24 and 1/26, Junior Cosare of Newark caught his limit of trout on green eggs with white worms, fishing from the Peninsula. His largest trout on 1/26 weighed 7.2 lbs.! On 1/25, Danny Nieto of Fremont caught his limit of trout in 1 ½ hours along Fishermen’s Row! He was using green pumpkinseed Power Bait. On 1/27, Joshua Oldham of East Palo Alto, Michael Bacon of Redwood City and William Bennett of Fremont caught seven trout between them, for a total weight of 11.12 lbs. They were using concoctions they call “midnight shboom” and a “white-tailed mouse.” They were fishing along Fishermen’s Row. Also on 1/27, Jack Antrim of Hayward caught his limit of trout on a Jake’s spinning lure while trolling the front of Horseshoe Lake. Frederick Tinsley of Fremont and Chris Placido of San Jose together caught six trout from Frederick’s boat. The total weight was 15.5 lbs., the largest of which weighed 5.5 lbs. They were trolling a stick bait. On another day, Frederick and Chris returned, this time catching another 6 fish for a total weight of 10.12 lbs. using a stick bait for some and a brokenback Rapala for others. They were again fishing from Frederick’s boat, this time in the front part of Horseshoe Lake. The best day to be fishing lately seems to have been 1/28, especially for boaters. Jose Jesus Gonzalez of Fremont caught his limit of trout, the largest of which weighed 7.0 lbs.! He was using red Power Bait and was fishing from shore along the Peninsula. Alex DeOlivera of Fremont caught a 5.13-lb. trout using a Rapala. He was fishing in his boat on the back side of Horseshoe Lake. His friend, Joe Filipe of Newark caught a 6.1-lb. trout using a brokenback Rapala. He caught his while they were in the front part of Horseshoe Lake. Shawn Reese of Redwood City caught his limit of trout for a total weight of 7.13 lbs. He was using a J5 brook trout Rapala to catch some of his trout and orange and gold wedding rings to catch the rest. He was fishing in his friend’s boat in different areas of the lake. Frederick Tinsley of Fremont and his friend Jeffry Thomsen caught five trout using a Rapala and stick bait. They were fishing in Frederick’s boat in the front of Horseshoe Lake.

Eastbay21
02-13-2012, 08:41 PM
Horseshoe Lake (Quarry Lakes Regional Recreation Area, Union City/Fremont)


Park Hours: 7:00am to 6:00 pm.
Fishing is picking up again at Quarry Lakes for both shore and boating anglers! On 1/18, James Marotta of San Jose caught his limit of trout for a total weight of 14.13 lbs. He was using his green crappie jig and was fishing in Kiosk Cove. Also on 1/18, Damien Garcia of San Jose caught his limit of trout using yellow corn Power Bait with orange twist for some and a Kastmaster for the rest. He fished on both Fishermen’s Row and in Kiosk Cove. On 1/19, Chris Castaneda of Union City caught three trout in Kiosk Cove on red worms. On 1/19, James Marotta of San Jose was back and caught another limit of trout on his green crappie jig in Kiosk Cove. This time his limit weighed 11.1 lbs. Also on 1/19, Jesse “60’s man” Talamantes of Fremont caught a 4-lb. catfish on chicken livers. He was fishing from the disabled-accessible fishing pier. On 1/21, young brothers Masaki and Tomoki Bradley of Santa Clara caught a 2.8-lb. trout using green pumpkinseed Power Bait. They were fishing from their dad’s boat in the front part of Horseshoe Lake. On 1/22, Joshua Oldham of East Palo Alta and his buddy Shawn McCauley of Redwood City caught seven trout between the two of them for a total weight of 10.8 lbs. They were using green chartreuse worms with rainbow Power Bait. They were fishing from Fishermen’s Row. On 1/22, Jack Antrim of Hayward caught and released a 7-lb. trout using a “super duper.” Jack was fishing from his boat on the back side of Horseshoe Lake. On 1/23, William Bennett of Fremont and Joshua Oldham of East Palo Alto caught a 1.3-lb. trout on rainbow Power Bait. They were fishing along Fishermen’s Row. On 1/24, Jesse “60’s man” Talamantes of Fremont was back and caught a 1.8-lb. trout, a 3.4-lb. trout and a 4.0-lb. trout. He was fishing in Kiosk Cove using an orange worm with a yellow egg. On 1/24 and 1/26, Junior Cosare of Newark caught his limit of trout on green eggs with white worms, fishing from the Peninsula. His largest trout on 1/26 weighed 7.2 lbs.! On 1/25, Danny Nieto of Fremont caught his limit of trout in 1 ½ hours along Fishermen’s Row! He was using green pumpkinseed Power Bait. On 1/27, Joshua Oldham of East Palo Alto, Michael Bacon of Redwood City and William Bennett of Fremont caught seven trout between them, for a total weight of 11.12 lbs. They were using concoctions they call “midnight shboom” and a “white-tailed mouse.” They were fishing along Fishermen’s Row. Also on 1/27, Jack Antrim of Hayward caught his limit of trout on a Jake’s spinning lure while trolling the front of Horseshoe Lake. Frederick Tinsley of Fremont and Chris Placido of San Jose together caught six trout from Frederick’s boat. The total weight was 15.5 lbs., the largest of which weighed 5.5 lbs. They were trolling a stick bait. On another day, Frederick and Chris returned, this time catching another 6 fish for a total weight of 10.12 lbs. using a stick bait for some and a brokenback Rapala for others. They were again fishing from Frederick’s boat, this time in the front part of Horseshoe Lake. The best day to be fishing lately seems to have been 1/28, especially for boaters. Jose Jesus Gonzalez of Fremont caught his limit of trout, the largest of which weighed 7.0 lbs.! He was using red Power Bait and was fishing from shore along the Peninsula. Alex DeOlivera of Fremont caught a 5.13-lb. trout using a Rapala. He was fishing in his boat on the back side of Horseshoe Lake. His friend, Joe Filipe of Newark caught a 6.1-lb. trout using a brokenback Rapala. He caught his while they were in the front part of Horseshoe Lake. Shawn Reese of Redwood City caught his limit of trout for a total weight of 7.13 lbs. He was using a J5 brook trout Rapala to catch some of his trout and orange and gold wedding rings to catch the rest. He was fishing in his friend’s boat in different areas of the lake. Frederick Tinsley of Fremont and his friend Jeffry Thomsen caught five trout using a Rapala and stick bait. They were fishing in Frederick’s boat in the front of Horseshoe Lake.



I don't trust the EBPRD fishing report; especially for Quarry Lakes. They say they stock the lake every single week; 500lbs to 1000lbs. And that's the bite is hot. But every time I go there, I hardly see anyone catching fish. I used to go there like 3-4 times a month; depending on the EBPRD fishing report. And I would bring bait accoding to the report. And out of all those times, I only saw like 3 or 4 people limit out. I personally only limited once in 2 years. But good luck to you if you go.