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Berryessa has several tournaments scheduled in Sept you might have some company pre fishing.

Berryessa is a big lake and wide, windy at the north end, narrow with steep rocky points at the south end. Bigger largemouths are at the north end, spotted bass are more common at the south end. 

I would start at the narrows with finesse jigs and drop shot for Spots to get a feel for the lake and venture up north for late afternoon weed beds and dock fishing.if you have a map and know how to find off shore structure the north end has lots to offer but agian wind and boat traffic can be an issue.

Tom

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29 minutes ago, WRB said:

Berryessa has several tournaments scheduled in Sept you might have some company pre fishing.

Berryessa is a big lake and wide, windy at the north end, narrow with steep rocky points at the south end. Bigger largemouths are at the north end, spotted bass are more common at the south end. 

I would start at the narrows with finesse jigs and drop shot for Spots to get a feel for the lake and venture up north for late afternoon weed beds and dock fishing.if you have a map and know how to find off shore structure the north end has lots to offer but agian wind and boat traffic can be an issue.

Tom

Tom, I think he's fishing from the shore..although I could be wrong. Still good info for him.

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3 hours ago, Hammer 4 said:

Tom, I think he's fishing from the shore..although I could be wrong. Still good info for him.

This is correct. It was a nice day out there. Only me and the wife.  No oje else was where we were at all. It was basically a ghost town. 

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