Newcastle Reservoir Fishing Report near Enterprise, Utah

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Newcastle Reservoir

on April 26th

If you are looking to catch some nice rainbow trout Newcastle in spring is a good bets. Fish near inlets, gravel shorelines, and points with salmon eggs, and power bait. As the water warms up the fishing declines, but you can still catch some fish by trolling pop gear and flatfish. If you are shorebound you can catch trout in the mornings and evenings on large gold lures or dry flies. If you prefer smallmouth bass to trout try fishing gravel flats or rock ledges with plastic tubes or grubs in smoke, pumpkin, watermelon, chartreuse, or black during the spring. As the water warms the fish move deeper, but still like to hangout around drop offs or rocks. Crankbaits work well during most of the day, but during low light periods topwaters are good. Fish with with swimbaits or soft plastics when the fish are inactive. Wipers can be caught by trolling the main lake about 10-15ft deep with crankbaits, jigs, and spoons. Look for the boils. The wiper daily limit is 2.

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