Location

CA
United States
34° 14' 17.5272" N, 117° 4' 48.0396" W
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Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 81-90 F

The trout bite has been fair to good with a lot of two and three-pound fish, especially for anglers fishing off the point. The best action has been rainbow, peach or corn-flavored PowerBaits or inflated nightcrawlers. There was a a 500-pound trout plant from Jess Ranch last Thursday. Crappie are slow to fair, and a few largemouth bass are still showing. Lake staff is again giving away t-shirts for every trout six pounds or bigger, and there is a crappie raffle at the end of the season for everyone who catches (and keeps) from 15 up to the limit of 25 crappie and checks in at the boat house. Fees are $15 per adult, $10 for kids, seniors, veterans, and active duty military. Information: 909-867-2009 and the website is www.gvlfishing.com.

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Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 91-100 F

The trout bite has been fair with thunderstorms disrupting the fishing this week. Most of the trout are showing in deeper water near the dam and inflated nightcrawlers, salmon eggs, and Power Worms have been the best. Blake King, San Bernardino, landed an eight-pound rainbow on a small jig in the cove. Crappie are fair with some nice stringers showing up at the boat house, and a few largemouth bass are also being caught, mostly in the mornings on topwater or plastics. Lake staff is again giving away t-shirts for every trout six pounds or bigger, and there is a crappie raffle at the end of the season for everyone who catches (and keeps) from 15 up to the limit of 25 crappie and checks in at the boat house. Fees are $15 per adult, $10 for kids, seniors, veterans, and active duty military. Information: 909-867-2009 and the website is www.gvlfishing.com.

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

Overall slow trout action, but a few trout are showing from the deeper water at the dam, including one at five pounds. 
Inflated nightcrawlers, salmon eggs, and Power Worms have been the best. Crappie are fair with some nice stringers showing up at the boat house. Lake staff is again giving away t-shirts for every trout six pounds or bigger, and there is a crappie raffle at the end of the season for everyone who catches (and keeps) from 15 up to the limit of 25 crappie and checks in at the boat house. Fees are $15 per adult, $10 for kids, seniors, veterans, and active duty military. Information: 909-867-2009 and the website is www.gvlfishing.com.

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