The spillway topped off at 4:30PM yesterday. Three cheers for mother nature!
The water temperature at the marina launch ramp is 52F.
Sarah Andersen 24 of Placerville caught an 22″ 3lb-11oz German Brown trout today around 4 pm on a dodger and a crawler fishing down around 40 feet deep on the wire.
We drove by the spillway today to see how full the lake is. Here is a picture of the spillway, as you can see we are almost there.
Ellie shows off the first fish she ever caught. Her father Aaron could not be happier for her. Good job Ellie, keep on fishing! (caught using a Mepps lure)
EID and volunteers have been working for past few years to restore the Hazel Creek Meadow, and I have to say great job! There are nature stations that teach along the path and the views are spectacular.
The water temperature at the lake yesterday was 48F. It was a bright and sunny day. I’ve started working on cleaning up my boat and getting it ready for the season.
I also purchased my season pass for 2010 and now it is good at Silver Lake and Caples Lake.
With the storms this week we are expecting record rainfall and snowpack. I for one am looking forward to watching the lake rise in anticipation of another great year of watersports.