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December 2, 2009 FISHING REPORT News from Lake Cuyamaca Last Week's Results and This Week's Prognosis November 27, 2009 Greeting from Lake Cuyamaca Starting December 1, 2009 The Tackle Shop Hours Will Change To The Following: Mon, Tues, Thurs And Friday 8:00Am To 4:00Pm Saturday The Tackle Shop Is Open 6:00 am To 4:30 pm Sunday The Tackle Shop Is Open 10:00 am To 4:30 pm Wednesdays And Sunday Until 10:00 am. The Lake Is Closed For Duck Hunting In December And January JESS RANCH HATCHERY delivered 2000 pounds of trout this past week, while Mt. Lasson and DFG delivered fish last week. Trout fishing was very good, with many limits being caught in a couple of hours. Crappie were biting well earlier this week. Best Trout Lure: Kastmaster gold Best Trout Bait: Night crawlers, power bait, power worms Best Spots: All over the lake Notables: Don Deatt of Alpine caught 2 trout, the largest at 4 pounds trolling between Lone Pine and the jetty. Bill Mace of Spring Valley caught his limit of 5 trout with a total weight of 8 1/2 pounds, the largest at 2 1/2 pounds on orange twist power bait at the Dike and Pumphouse cove. Kendall Lack, age 9 of La Mesa caught 3 trout, with the largest 1 1/4 pounds on worms at Fletcher Island. Haley Kosman, age 9 of La Mesa caught 2 trout with the largest at 1 1/2 pounds on worms at Fletcher Island. Jack Lack of La Mesa caught 5 trout, weighing 7 pounds, with the largest 2 pounds on nightcrawlers at Pumphouse Cove. Jay Kister, Buddy age 9 and Kitty Lou age 5 of El Cajon caught 6 fish. The largest was a 6 1/2 pound Bass, 20 inches long. The Free Fishing Class Is Held Every Saturday At The Launch Ramp. Meet Ranger Charlie At 10 am. The Decontamination Wash Down Is Required For All Private Vessels Before A Launch. For Further Information Or To Make Reservations For Condos, Cabins Or Camping Please Ca// 877-581-9904. It takes 63 feet of wire to make a Slinky. ........... " ......... = i,ji