Location

CA
United States
34° 23' 36.9456" N, 119° 20' 52.4976" W
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Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 71-80 F

The largemouth bass bite has been fair, with topwater, reaction baits and plastics all getting the fish, especially early and late in the day. Most one to three pounds, some to five pounds. The bluegill and redear continue to show in fair to good numbers on red worms or nightcrawler pieces around the grass beds. Catfish are also fair on live shad or cut mackerel. Carp are still slow to fair on dough baits. Crappie and trout very slow. Bowfishing is allowed here for carp, but only from a boat after 8 a.m. Lake staff must approve bows. The Santa Ana launch ramp remains closed due to low water, but the Coyote ramp is open. Private boats must be inspected for quagga mussels and face a 35-day dry dock requirement before being allowed to launch. Information: 805-649-2043 or www.casitasboatrentals.com.

3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 81-90 F

The largemouth bass bite has been fair to good, with topwater, reaction baits and plastics all getting the fish, especially early and late in the day. During a night tournament, Scott Landsverk, Santa Barbara, landed a 6-4. Abby Simon, Camarillo, caught her first bass ever at 2-8 and four pounds. The bluegill and redear continue to show in good numbers on red worms or nightcrawler pieces around the grass beds. Catfish are also fair on live shad or cut mackerel. Carp are still slow to fair on dough baits. Crappie and trout very slow. Bowfishing is allowed here for carp, but only from a boat after 8 a.m. Lake staff must approve bows. The Santa Ana launch ramp remains closed due to low water, but the Coyote ramp is open. Private boats must be inspected for quagga mussels and face a 35-day dry dock requirement before being allowed to launch. Information: 805-649-2043 or www.casitasboatrentals.com.

3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 81-90 F

The largemouth bass bite has been fair to good, with topwater, reaction baits and plastics all getting the fish, especially early and late in the day. Jaylen Cox, Carson, had a four-pound bass. The bluegill and redear continue to show in good numbers on red worms or nightcrawler pieces around the grass beds. Catfish are also fair on live shad or cut mackerel. Sebastian Hernandez, Oxnard, landed a 9-8 cat fishing a nightcrawler. Carp are still slow to fair on dough baits. Crappie and trout very slow. Bowfishing is allowed here for carp, but only from a boat after 8 a.m. Lake staff must approve bows. The Santa Ana launch ramp remains closed due to low water, but the Coyote ramp is open. Private boats must be inspected for quagga mussels and face a 35-day dry dock requirement before being allowed to launch. Information: 805-649-2043 or www.casitasboatrentals.com.

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