JUST UPDATED: BassFishingArchives.com just sent a couple of Henshaw photos from the old California Lunker Club files.
As much as I might look at my early club fishing on Lake Henshaw as “the old days,” this once prolific reservoir was actually built in the early 1920’s. For decades before I was born or ever heard of a black SuperFloat worm, it had a reputation (heck, I saw some of it) for productivity that probably rivaled the best of the TVA lakes.
While I got a taste of it in the 1970’s and again in the El Nino 1980’s, those days are gone for good. The lake’s huge basin (more…)