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CA
United States
33° 40' 55.9596" N, 117° 1' 44.8104" W
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Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 71-80 F

The final trout plant of the season, 3,500 pounds of Mt. Lassen rainbows, went in last week. The action has been fair since since the weekend with the fish dispersing from the marina and boat launch areas. The largemouth bass bite is still good but most of the fish are now out of the spawn but still in less than 15 feet of water. Reaction baits and plastics have been best. The bluegill bite is also improving with the fish moving into less than 15 feet of water for the spawn, and they are showing on wax worms, meal worms, and crickets. The dam ladders are the top spots. The striper bite has been slow, but some fish are still showing on trolled flies or hurled swimbaits. There are also more fish showing at the inlet-outlet tower on cut baits. Private boats must be inspected to be quagga mussel-free and boats certified at Lake Perris and Lake Skinner will be accepted here. For general lake and launch information, call 800-590-LAKE. For fishing and boat rental info call the marina at 951-926-7201 or www.dvmarina.com or Last Chance Bait and Tackle at 951-658-7410 or www.lastchancetackle.com.

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Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 61-70 F

The largemouth bass bite very good with spawning fish flooding into the shallows and fanning out nests. Most of the fish are up in less than 15 feet of water and many are in two to three feet of water. Most are smaller fish to three pounds, with a few bigger fish are showing now. The bluegill bite is also improving, although those fish are still in deeper water off the dams, with the ladders the best spots. Trout are fair with the most recent plant last week when 3,500 pounds of Mt. Lassen rainbows went in. The marina area has continued to be the top spot. The striper bite also continues to improve with the best action on trolled flies or hurled swimbaits. There are also more fish showing at the inlet-outlet tower on cut baits. Private boats must be inspected to be quagga mussel-free and boats certified at Lake Perris and Lake Skinner will be accepted here. For general lake and launch information, call 800-590-LAKE. For fishing and boat rental info call the marina at 951-926-7201 or www.dvmarina.com or Last Chance Bait and Tackle at 951-658-7410 or www.lastchancetackle.com.

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Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 71-80 F

he largemouth bass bite is good and improving. Most bass are up in less than 15 feet of water. The pre-spawn movement of fish is accelerating with the most recent warm days. Most are smaller fish to three pounds, with a few bigger fish still in deeper water. The bluegill bite is also improving, although those fish are still in deeper water off the dams, with the ladders the best spots. Trout were very good after the big plant two weeks ago, but rainbow to five pounds continue to be landed in dwindling numbers. The marina area has continued to be the top spot. The striper bite also continues to improve with the best action on trolled flies or hurled swimbaits. There are also more fish showing at the inlet-outlet tower on cut baits. Private boats must be inspected to be quagga mussel-free and boats certified at Lake Perris and Lake Skinner will be accepted here. For general lake and launch information, call 800-590-LAKE. For fishing and boat rental info call the marina at 951-926-7201 or www.dvmarina.com or Last Chance Bait and Tackle at 951-658-7410 or www.lastchancetackle.com.

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