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 Aug 5, 2003; 09:32PM - Hot Weather Bass in Delaware
 Category:  Freshwater Bass Fishing Tips
 Author Name:  Steve vonBrandt
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By Steve VonBrandt

Some of the best ponds during the heat, day or night, have been Millsboro, Killens, and Canal pond. First of the closest ponds to both upper and lower Delaware is Killens in Dover. Killens is located right off rt.13. Turn left onto State Park Road, follow the road around the curve, past the main park entrance, and about a mile and a half down the road is the pond. It has parking for about six to eight trucks with trailers, with an adequate launching ramp. Killens is a state park, and they also rent boats and cabins, but you will find little competition for bass except on the weekends.

Most of Killens is 1-5 feet deep at the shoreline, except in the extreme upper end, where it is just inches deep. The lake has an Island in the center with some wood cover and grass. It drops off to 6 feet quickly on the channel side(main lake), and is about 3 feet on the right side. This is a particularly good area to work in the day with 'Senko's' in 4 and 5 inch sizes in black and watermelon on a 3/0WG hook, with 8 & 10 lb test line. In addition, clacker type buzzbaits produce bass in the three to six pound range many times in this area, even in the bright afternoon sun. A Tournament frog is a good choice for the pads especially in the daytime heat. The action will be slower, but you can connect with some big explosions through the grass and pads at times. A Tournament frog is the best choice of topwater, and a 1/2 ounce in black works best all around. Vary the retrieve, both day and night, sometimes letting the frog sit after hitting the water,! as long as 30 seconds, then use a few quick hops. If this doesn't produce, try working it very fast and pausing only once, on the way back to the boat. This is especially effective in large pads.

Jigs in black and blue take their fair share of nice bass from here also, but you must be extremely accurate and quiet in your presentations or you will not connect. The bass will be in the heaviest of cover, lying in wait for a slow moving, crippled bait to come overhead.


Fishing at night when the water cools to 70-75 degrees, should not frighten you in exploring shallow water right at the drop-offs on the left side of the lake with buzzbaits cast to the main channel edge. Do not be afraid to experiment with some older, forgotten baits, such as a 'Devils Horse', or similar prop baits. They work wonders sometimes in highly pressured lakes.


Millsboro Pond is in Sussex County, Delaware, in the town of Millsboro off Isabella and Main Street. It has room for only a few boats, and the launching ramp is very shallow, you can get off all right, but getting back on the trailer can be real tricky. Most of the lake is shallow, with lots of grass. It has several Islands, but the bass go to shallow water at night in the upper end. Buzzbaits are best, but Tournament frogs work well also, in the day and night. Several bass have been caught in the 3 to 6 pound range in the past at night, using the Frog and Senko's mostly in the day. Cast the buzzbait wherever possible at night, it is worth removing the grass. Use Senko's by the lower end of the lake in deeper water in the day, and do not forget to let them sit a long time, raise the pole once or twice, and then cast again. Use these techniques and bring plenty of insect repellent, and you will connect with some lunkers, and many other 2 and 3 pounders.


Canal Pond is located by the railroad bridge in the C&D Canal area. Turn right under St.Georges Bridge and follow the road to the pond. It has beautiful structure, pads, and has a deep shoreline with a deep hole. This was where a few years ago, the 30 pound landlocked Striped bass was caught. There are some real Lunker largemouth's still there also. You will need a small cartop boat to fish it, but it is worth the trouble of getting in. It is about 30 acres of real good dropoffs, and structure, where bass up to 9 pounds have been caught. Please remember to practice Catch, Photo, and Release so we can all enjoy the bass fishing there for a long time to come. SENKO's and 4' straight tailed worms work best throughout the year in watermelon and green. At times spinnerbaits and frogs will work, but this is a plastics lake.

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 Jul 28, 2013; 10:17PM - GORDO BANKS PANGAS San Jose del Cabo July 28, 2013
 Category:  Mexico Cabo San Lucas
 Author Name:  Eric
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San Jose del Cabo

July 28, 2013


Weather patterns have stabilized this past week and conditions are feeling
more like we would expect during mid summer season. Tropical cloud cover is
forming over the mountainous areas in the afternoon, that is always a sign
that summer season is progressing normally, increased humidity with high
temperatures in the 90s. Winds were moderate, has shifted from the north,
east and the southwest, ocean water temperatures are now in the 80 to 84
degree range, from Cabo San Lucas to Los Frailes. Clean blue water is now
being found as close as several miles from shore. There is presently
Tropical Storm Flossie located far off to the west, appears to be heading
in the direction of the Hawaiian Islands, and is forecast to weaken as it
does. No other storm systems are forming on the horizon at this time.

During the recent full moon baitfish such as caballito became harder to
find, moonfish were plentiful, though they are not the best offshore
baitfish. Lots of ballyhoo now schooling on the offshore grounds,
occasionally these baitfish were chased into meat balls and pushed to the
surface by feeding porpoise. There were more encounters in recent days of
yellowfin tuna found traveling offshore with porpoise, most days this
action was found 20 or more miles offshore and the tuna were more often
than not of the football sized variety, 5 to 15 pounds, though a local La
Playita pangero did account for one 40 pound fish, so that was encouraging,
there were reports of larger yellowfin tuna being seen in the swells. The
East Cape area has been seeing some larger sized tuna, the East Cape Bisbee
Tournament now has a 192 pound yellowfin tuna leading the tuna jackpot
category, with a 46 lb. dorado also at the top board, so far no qualifying
marlin over 300 pounds have been landed. Though on Wednesday there was a
black marlin in the 500 pound class that was caught off of a sportfishing
charter trolling outside of San Jose del Cabo, however they were not
participating in the ongoing tournament.

Good numbers of striped marlin now spread out throughout the region, most
commonly found 5 to 15 miles from shore, striking on lures and various
rigged baitfish, sizes averaged in the 70 to 120 pound range, a few
sailfish were mixed in. An occasional wahoo is striking on the same marlin
type lures on the offshore grounds, traveling through the blue water, one
wahoo weighed 65 lb., it was taken off a La Playita panga. Many charters
accounted for multiple billfish days, two or three fish was not uncommon.
Dorado were being found most days just as random single fish, some trophy
sized catches to over 45 pounds were weighed in, no significant numbers of
these fish.

Inshore action was mainly for late season roosterfish, the action has
tapered way off compared to previous weeks, which is the normal pattern for
late July, but there were still some larger roosters to over 50 pounds
accounted for, some boats accounting for up to a half a dozen big fish. The
inshore amberjack action that had been so good, has come to a standstill
and the deeper rock piles where we would normally be concentrating on, have
been harder to fish due to a very strong current sweeping through, when
this does slack we expect to find some better opportunities for the spots
around La Fortuna, Iman and San Luis Banks. One local panga charter
accounted for a 57 lb. dogtooth snapper on Thursday, angler Jason Shipman
was trolling bait inshore, near Vinorama.

Shore anglers have reported a handful of very impressive snook catches in
recent days, they were all reportedly hooked into near the Puerto Los Cabos
Marina and Estuary area, fish up to 46 lb. were caught, also several other
in the 20 to 30 pound range. These fish were taken on available baitfish
and on cast and retrieved jigs. One was actually caught from a panga while
trolling a bait for roosterfish, all others were from the beach.

The combined panga fleets launching out of La Playita, Puerto Los Cabos
Marina sent out approximately 69 charters for the week, with anglers
reporting a fish count of: 1 snook, 5 wahoo, 29 yellowfin tuna, 32 dorado,
48 striped marlin, 7 sailfish, 4 dogtooth snapper,

7 amberjack, 15 jack crevalle, 7 broomtail grouper, 15 cabrilla and 86

Good fishing, Eric

Eric Brictson / Operator
619 488-1859
Los Cabos (624) 142-1147


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