Hank and Gail Van-Vuren of Escalon had reason to celebrate after Hank landed the first gold-tagged rainbow out of five planted last spring at McClure Reservoir – a 21-incher weighing in at 3.5 pounds while targeting bass with his brother. The fish was worth $500 from the Merced Irrigation District Parks and Recreation, and there are four others in the lake worth $500 each.
Hank and Gail Van-Vuren of Escalon had reason to celebrate after Hank landed the first gold-tagged rainbow out of five planted last spring at McClure Reservoir – a 21-incher weighing in at 3.5 pounds while targeting bass with his brother. The fish was worth $500 from the Merced Irrigation District Parks and Recreation, and there are four others in the lake worth $500 each. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO
Hank and Gail Van-Vuren of Escalon had reason to celebrate after Hank landed the first gold-tagged rainbow out of five planted last spring at McClure Reservoir – a 21-incher weighing in at 3.5 pounds while targeting bass with his brother. The fish was worth $500 from the Merced Irrigation District Parks and Recreation, and there are four others in the lake worth $500 each. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

Fishing Report: Week of Nov. 15

November 15, 2016 03:39 PM