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Old 10-03-2010, 11:16 PM
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anyone know any good spots to fish for some striper on the ca aquaduct?
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Western Outdoor News usually has a report from there, somewhere up around B-field or Hanford. Check the WON website or the capsule reports in the back of the paper.
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The aquaduct is always hit and miss, usually more miss than hits. I have in the past caught one striper but it was on a lure not a fly. I do think that it would be great for tossing streamers or a clouser but you might need a sinking line and at least a 7 wt. Pretty much anywhere you can legally access the water, you should be good for fishing it. It ends about 1 mile from Silverwood lake in Hesperia. Good luck out there, its frustrating but can be rewarding when you get SLAMMED.

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