Adam Gutierrez sent in this photo of 7-year-old son Gavin who caught three German brown trout trolling a variety of fire tiger-colored lures, five colors deep with lead core and fluorocarbon leader, while fishing at Edison Lake. “Depth was key, as the fish finder showed all fish about 30 feet deep throughout the lake. Fish ranged from 17 inches to 19.5 inches. The lake looks amazing and full! Most I have seen it in four or five years.”
Adam Gutierrez sent in this photo of 7-year-old son Gavin who caught three German brown trout trolling a variety of fire tiger-colored lures, five colors deep with lead core and fluorocarbon leader, while fishing at Edison Lake. “Depth was key, as the fish finder showed all fish about 30 feet deep throughout the lake. Fish ranged from 17 inches to 19.5 inches. The lake looks amazing and full! Most I have seen it in four or five years.” SPECIAL TO THE BEE
Adam Gutierrez sent in this photo of 7-year-old son Gavin who caught three German brown trout trolling a variety of fire tiger-colored lures, five colors deep with lead core and fluorocarbon leader, while fishing at Edison Lake. “Depth was key, as the fish finder showed all fish about 30 feet deep throughout the lake. Fish ranged from 17 inches to 19.5 inches. The lake looks amazing and full! Most I have seen it in four or five years.” SPECIAL TO THE BEE

Fishing Report: Week of Aug. 9

August 09, 2016 03:03 PM

UPDATED August 10, 2016 03:26 PM

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