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    Re: Advice on the Elusive Lake Natoma Trout

    Nice fish in any Angler's book!

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    Re: Advice on the Elusive Lake Natoma Trout

    Quote Originally Posted by BigUnInDaBoat View Post
    damn! What a hammer of a bow! The others are hella nice too!

    Thanks we had a great day , ended with 2 each . Perfect ! Tightlines BF

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    Re: Advice on the Elusive Lake Natoma Trout

    damn! What a hammer of a bow! The others are hella nice too!

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    Advice on the Elusive Lake Natoma Trout

    Not too elusive today the big fish is a #12 Natoma Chrome “Cute Fish” to paraphrase


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    Re: Advice on the Elusive Lake Natoma Trout

    Well, don't get used to it. We had a break in the buoy line in front of the dam and the, usually unseen releases from the main dam, were moved over to the new spillway for divers safety in front of the dam. These fish sucked out from the new spill way don't go through turbines and hopefully may survive a trip to Natoma.
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    Re: Advice on the Elusive Lake Natoma Trout

    Well the trout must be eating good now . Today I actually saw them letting water out of the spillway!!!! First Time ever , water in the channel was flowing but not Brown or blown out at all . I think if any Fish makes it out of there it would have a real hard time negotiating those stairs that step down . Bring on the landlocked Salmon . Any one know what the biggest salmon out of Folsom is ?

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    Re: Advice on the Elusive Lake Natoma Trout

    Quote Originally Posted by TexWalker View Post
    I swear I have checked that list 100 times and never saw it. I must be going crazy. Thanks
    Its all good, my friend. Lets just keep talking to each other. I have gleaned so much great information over the years by reading these Sniffer Forum posts. I really love being a part of this online community.

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    Re: Advice on the Elusive Lake Natoma Trout

    Quote Originally Posted by Stickman View Post
    A quick check on the DFW planting schedule shows that Willow Hills Reservoir was planted with trout the week of December 2nd 2018.

    https://nrm.dfg.ca.gov/FishPlants/De...rvoir&time=All

    There is no information on future plants at this time

    I swear I have checked that list 100 times and never saw it. I must be going crazy. Thanks

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    Re: Advice on the Elusive Lake Natoma Trout

    Bump !!!!!!

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    Re: Advice on the Elusive Lake Natoma Trout

    Quote Originally Posted by TexWalker View Post
    stickman, can you confirm the trout planting there? I have heard multiple times that it is, but I can't find any information from the "fishing in the city" group about it.
    A quick check on the DFW planting schedule shows that Willow Hills Reservoir was planted with trout the week of December 2nd 2018.

    https://nrm.dfg.ca.gov/FishPlants/De...rvoir&time=All

    There is no information on future plants at this time

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