Mokelumne Wilderness X-country

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Re: Mokelumne Wilderness X-country

Post by alc101ma » Sun Sep 08, 2019 9:12 pm

TahoeJeff wrote:
Sun Sep 08, 2019 4:11 pm
Do any fishing at Granite?
Was thinking of posting a full report in the fishing section... but yes, I fished Granite hard for 4-5 hours in the afternoon. Got 1 very small (~10") fish that I let self-release so did not get a positive ID. Possibly a rainbow or cut. Saw a couple other small followers. Fished about 30 min the following morning and ended up losing 4 Kastmasters so figured that was a sign to try other waters :) I did get a chunky LCT at Evergreen that was in the 12-14" range. I pulled out old line, lures, and tackle at both locations.


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Re: Mokelumne Wilderness X-country

Post by TahoeJeff » Mon Sep 09, 2019 9:29 am

Granite can be hit or miss. I think I've only caught gold and cuts out of there.
Thanks for hauling out the OPG (Others People's Garbage).
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