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    Quote Originally Posted by fool4fish View Post
    Night-crawler on a bobber drifter through the holes.
    yea I wish! I love nightcrawlers, but not allowed in the Yuba! thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TexWalker View Post
    depending on where you were at on the Yuba, the fish can be VERY particular. The lower Yuba is very heavily fished and the fish are very smart. If your not emulating what they are actually eating, good luck. If they were coming out of the water, there was an insect hatch going on and they were gorging themselves on the flying bugs, this time of year it is probably the March Brown mayfly or maybe the end of a Skwala stonefly egg laying party. Either way, when they are locked in on something on the surface or above the surface, you're probably not going to catch them subsurface.

    Thank you! I got the same advice from someone else. I think you're exactly right!

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    Night-crawler on a bobber drifter through the holes.

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    Re: Yuba River 4/12

    depending on where you were at on the Yuba, the fish can be VERY particular. The lower Yuba is very heavily fished and the fish are very smart. If your not emulating what they are actually eating, good luck. If they were coming out of the water, there was an insect hatch going on and they were gorging themselves on the flying bugs, this time of year it is probably the March Brown mayfly or maybe the end of a Skwala stonefly egg laying party. Either way, when they are locked in on something on the surface or above the surface, you're probably not going to catch them subsurface.

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    Yes got that covered thanks. Wardens are always around there.


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    Yuba River 4/12

    Was out there yesterday evening, saw lots jumping but had no luck on any bites. Tried spoons, kastmaster and roostertail lures. Maybe I just suck. Does anyone have any suggestions for next time? Thanks

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