Thanks Big Shane, never heard of them.
WalleyeLouie...it was a question, not sarcasm.
Zero need for sarcasm.Castle Rock is easy to figure out with a simple lake map free on here or google Castle Rock and there are varios lake maps to print on there.Stay on the main river channel and you will catch fish plain and simple.WL
Kobes33. I'll be on the Rock for the first time on Saturday. I do have a marked map for hot spots. Not sure if it will help but I've asked for tips in the past and have had no responses. Bachelor party ah? Maybe I'll see your drunk asses on the lake. Good luck... Randy from McHenry il
MOON PHASE (78%)
71° - 75° F
Went out on Tuesday the 1st of August. Started around 9:30 and ended around 3:30. Launched from Castle Rock State Park in Juneau and trolled all the way to the South portion of the lake. Caught one small Walleye. We then fished the rip rap for a few hours and caught about 10 bluegills, 4 smallmouth and some sheepshead. We used worms with split shot. One good 2.5 Lb smallie. Then moved to railroad bridge to jig for Walleye. Used small 1/8 Oz jighead with Minnow. Caught 3 Walleye all below 12". Then moved to Yellow River at West side of the lake. Caught 2 channel cats on minnows.
I am heading up to Castle Rock Lake for a bachelor party weekend and plan to fish all day Saturday. We have been coming to the Rock and Pete for the last couple years and our luck is just plain bad. My parents used to come up to the Rock and stay at Melody Waves in a cabin every summer. They would talk about all the crappie and walleye to be had but for the last couple of years, not so much luck. Any information would be great, just want to enjoy some catch and release fishing. Thanks.