June 3-9: Delta Fishing Report

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Great Weather for #FishOakley as Anglers from Throughout the West start rolling in June 3-4 Future Pro Series at Russo’s Marina. Then Big Break Will Host Wild West Bass Pro Am June 7th-10th . BBT Arrives  Father’s Day Weekend to Russo’s Marina .  Yamamoto Big Bass Open returns to Russo’s June 23rd-24th.

 

Isleton
Hot summer night pattern prevails for bait tossing anglers. Catfish start to show in better numbers with Mackerel. Mackerel, Sardines and livers are the best bets. Smallies are also grabbing baits throughout the area. Craw patterns are key. Striper Trolling and plug casting has been the last few days. Trolling the Angry Eyes and Savage Preys is the best bet.

 

Rio Vista
Warm seasonable weather ahead finally for anglers, and forecast to stay stable. Shore bound anglers are scoring both . The best place to score a striped bass or maybe a sturgeon remains Sandy Beach and  the area of the Power Lines, use Sardines or Shad. Trolling is scoring many limits stripers and occasionally, a 10-12 pounder caught.  Savage Prey and P-line Angry Eye lures are key for the trolling anglers.

 

Walnut Grove
Bank anglers tossing  Anchovies and Sardines prevail for an occasional  Striper and nice catfish. Those looking for bigger bites try drifting live baits for stripers cracking the 10 pound plus keeps anglers smiling. Trolling Savage Prey baits colors 8 to 10 foot deep is key as the spring push continues. The Dirty “D” is clearing its name and conditions are improving for Black and Smallmouth Bass in the area. Spinnerbaits and Swim jigs are working in the Hog Area

 

Central Delta
Where’s the punch bite? Most Blackie anglers are sticking with 3/4oz  Jigs and small swim baits paired with Fatsack Swim Jigs.  Frog Bite should improve, yet still not consistent. Stripers had another cameo appearance this week yet it was very brief. Catfish and Bluegill also had a improvement this week.

 

Frank’s Tract
Black bass bite is at a consistent yet,  tougher than normal bite. Squirrel Tail worms,  Beavers and Senko’s drawing a lot of attention. We are seeing a few big Black Bass with ¾ ounce Jigs.  Others looking to score are starting to crank Lure Fan’s new cc70’s baits  and DDO custom Craws are solid options.

 

West Delta
The stripers are here anchovies and sardines in many areas for bank anglers, Antioch Pier and along Sherman Island rd.  Stripes to 8 pounds have  grabbed baits . Trollers it’s getting started on both sides with Red Barn being the top choice, if they aren’t there move to the Eddo’s Side. Chartreuse patterns are the best bet.

 


Contra Loma
Try fishing for catfish at Channel Point, Loma Island or from a boat with nightcrawlers or chicken liver. Trout are biting on nightcrawlers at Channel Point, near the swim area, or from a boat. Black bass fishing has been tougher again this week, biting on artificial baits/lures or nightcrawlers anywhere around the lake.  Try fishing for crappie or bluegill with jigs or worms at the boat ramp area, Loma Island or Channel Point area.

 

Los Vaqueros
The Best bet is fishing with cut baits with all the hungry small stripers around.  Trout are a bit slower but still caught in South Cove and Oak Point as well as Peninsula Cove.  The baits of choice for shore anglers is garlic scented PowerBaits, nightcrawlers or Kastmasters.  Trout average a pound and a half but range to over 5 lbs.  Light tackle is important for catching trout with 4-6 pound test being plenty.   With the continuing plants, trout fishing has been ok with some limits being caught from all around the reservoir.

 

Del Valle
Find fallen trees, weed beds or the tulle patches. We would recommend throwing either a weedless senko or crawfish on a ½- to a 1-oz football jighead. Anglers are also catching them on shallow to mid running crank baits. Trout has slowed down due to the warm weather, most anglers are catching them on either garlic or colored Power Bait or nightcrawlers.

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