according to Island outdoors all lake are producing well. I have always been successful dragging around a olive/black wolly bugger in my belly boat on a wet line. I enjoy hitting prospect right out in front of the boat launch ramp or try the highway side of elk. You can also hit elk/beaver/prospect for some bass fishing. Throw a reddish/brown or olive wolly bugger on a dry line and chuck it towards the shore with a quick retreive.
I fish a lot at Thetis Lake and always have luck catching a bass or a trout. I drag a doc spratley around quite a bit which normally produces a few hits in the early morning. I will also throw on a spinner for some bass action, I caught a 4 pounder there in '05. Good Luck and let me know where you are having some luck. I am going to try out Spectacle and Prospect soon here on the Island.
"A bad day fishing, is better than a good day at work"
went back out to the lake. Nothing was really working then had a big hit on a caterpiller pattern when I measured the fish out it was 19in. Besides that one hit it was pretty dead. Has anybody ever tried any other lakes besides elk/langford/prospect and thetis for south island lakes, just looking for a change.
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