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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: 61-70 F

DFW trout were planted last Friday and three weeks ago at the Coyote Ramp. Some fish from shore on PowerBait or small trout plastics, but the best bet has been trolling with Needlefish behind two colors of lead core. The largemouth bass bite has been fair to good with the warm weather. Nightcrawlers, plastics, jigs, and spoons in deeper water. Most bass are one to three pounds, some to five pounds or better. At a weekend tournament, it took 20.64 pounds (for five fish) to win and the big fish of the event was a 5.87-pounder, one of seven fish over four pounds. No recent bluegill, redear, crappie, carp, or catfish reports. Bowfishing is allowed here for carp and the warm weather brought them up to the surface this week. Carp bowfisherman many only shoot from a boat after 8 a.m., and lake staff must approve bows. Private boats must be inspected for quagga mussels and face a 35-day dry dock requirement before being allowed to launch. Casitas Lake level is 37.6 percent of capacity. Information: 805-649-2043 or www.casitasboatrentals.com.

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

DFW trout were planted last Friday, and a few trout are showing around the Santa Ana Launch Ramp where they were planted. The largemouth bass bite has been slow to fair on nightcrawlers, plastics, jigs, and spoons in deeper water. Most bass are one to three pounds, some to five pounds or better. At a WON bass tournament over the weekend, first place was five fish at 20.52 pounds. No recent bluegill, redear, crappie, carp, or catfish reports. Bowfishing is allowed here for carp, but only from a boat after 8 a.m. Lake staff must approve bows. 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: 61-70 F

 The largemouth bass bite has been slow to fair on nightcrawlers, plastics, jigs, and spoons in deeper water. Most bass are one to three pounds, some to five pounds or better. There have been no DFW trout plants since mid-December. No trout reports. Also no bluegill, redear, crappie, carp, or catfish reports. Bowfishing is allowed here for carp, but only from a boat after 8 a.m. Lake staff must approve bows. 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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