Hell Hole Reservoir Fishing Report near Dollar Point, California
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Fishing in the $#%! Hole
by Jim S
on November 3rd
When you hear the name $#%! Hole Reservoir you probably think that the reservoir has sucky fishing. On the contrary $#%! Hole Reservoir’s trout and salmon population is some of the best around on top of the nice warm water fish swimming around. If you have a boat you can use the free boat launch. My best tips are to fish the inlets/outlets, fallen trees, and weeds in the spring and fall for all species. The rest of the year the cold water fish are near the main lake bait schools. The warm water fish are near weed lines, drop offs, fallen trees, and rocks the rest of the year. Crankbaits, jigs, soft plastics, live bait, spoons, and spinners work for all the species. Good luck fishing!
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