Location

CA
United States
32° 59' 19.95" N, 116° 34' 56.514" W
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Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 71-80 F

Dusty Britches here along with Seldom Seen and Wally. 

Fishing here has picked up with limits being taken mostly from Lone Pine and Chamber’s Park. The upper basin has produced some nice sized rainbow trout from the trench. Today some 4 pound to 7 pound rainbows have been taken. Their meat is the soft pink color. Chartreuse and Rainbow colored power bait as well as night crawlers and the "Cuyamaca Sandwich" all seem to be doing well. 

For lures, Thomas Buoyant, yellow Panther Martin, and Mepps are working with a slow retrieve. The water has taken on its normal tea color as it does each year around this time so water visibility is diminished. Water temperature is at 69 degrees and dissolved oxygen is at 7.5 ppm. 

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

Howdy from Lake Cuyamaca!

 

Dusty Britches here along with Sniffles, Tapeworm, and Spud.

It’s been a little windy at the old pond lately. The winds have been coming from both the Pacific North West and from the East.

Adrian Otero of La Mirada caught his limit using garlic power bait at the T Dock with the largest rainbow coming in at 3 pounds 8 ounces.

Vincent Rosa of San Diego included a 6 pound 8 ounce bow with his stringer while fishing along the shore next to the dam.

Isabella from El Cajon caught her trout on mice tails and Thomas buoyant spoons.

Frank Ignacio of San Diego only caught 3 fish, but they weighed 11 pounds with the largest tipping the scales at 5 pounds 8 ounces fishing the shore next to the wooden pier at Chambers using night crawlers.

 

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

Howdy from Lake Cuyamaca!

 

Dusty Britches here giving an update on the fishing at Lake Cuyamaca.

Mostly all successful fishing has been done with baid, either night crawlers or power bait. Most often bought power bait is rainbow for now.

Seven year old Tyler Kinnard of La Mesa tied into his first trout.a 3 pounder on the shoreline at Chamber’s Park using a night crawler.

Becky Timms, visiting from Quebec, Canada reeled in a 4 pound catfish using a night cawler on the bottom fishing the west finger jetty. Her friend said it was more fun watching her clean it than catch it!

David Miller of Solana Beach caught his limit of trout using the Cuyamaca Sandwich at Lone Pine.

Betty Miller, Dave’s mom, was the hero of the day nabbing a 4 pound 8 ounce Bow on a slow retrieve from shore using a Thomas Buoyant 1/6th ounce red and gold spoon.

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