We fished the WRL event on the Delta today with some huge fish weighed in. My partner and I had a limit for 14.27, not great but considering we had two fish at noon not to bad. We threw small plastics...4.25"...t-rigged up shallow for the majority of our fish with a couple of Senko fish thrown in. Green pumkin, watermellon and black w/blue were our best colors today. We caught fish ALL over, hard to be more specific since we had a one fish one spot day. We had about 10 under sized along the way. When we had low tide we threw at beds with some luck, saw a few in the 6-8 lb range but they would not go. Water temp was around 60-62.
I got a small one on a crank. All our fish were on senkos! Mush bite for sure. Some did hammer it but for the most part you really had dead stick it and wait for the resistance and wiggle. A few times the only way I knew I had a fish was when my line moved to the left or right.
We were culling at 2lbers by 11. Came in with 15.45 just needed to get rid of our last 2lb. Saw a ton of beds but no one home.
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Took 18th with 18.96 caught 1 on top, 1 on a chaterbait and the rest flippping. It was all about slowing down and work your bait inch by inch. We only landed 5 keepers bet fish was 7.86 and I lost one at least that size.
Working your bait is very slow is very important but you also need to be back off the fish. It you are seeing the fish you are to close unless they are locked on.
If you see the fish and can't get them to bite leave the area and come back about 15 minents later and stay off of them so they can't see you.
Just my 2 cents.