Lake Rousseau Report
Recent inquires with local anglers have not been that encouraging. Topped out hydrilla in the “backwater” area has made access very difficult. Water levels are up and color is dark like most other regional resources.
An impoundment of the Withlacoochee River, as part of the original Cross Florida Barge Canal project, this large lake is full of cypress trees, hyacinth and pennywort islands and sometimes hydrilla. Abundant cover and structure grow plenty of bluegill, redear sunfish, catfish, black crappie and largemouth bass. The deeper river channel is always good to locate and fish underwater bends. The rest of the lake is referred to as the “flats” or the backwaters.
Go with the Flow – Summer Bass FishingLearn More »
Go with the Flow – Summer Bass Fishing
Anglers often become frustrated in late summer when they have a difficult time locating active bass, but find the current and you will find the bass. Check out the tips for fishing in a current here!
Clear LakeLearn More »
Located two hours north of San Francisco Clear Lake, is believed to be one of the oldest lakes in North America and the largest wholly in California.
Lake CasitasLearn More »
Though it doesn’t have as many fancy records as Castaic Lake, Lake Casitas is still one of the best bass lakes in the state.