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CA
United States
35° 40' 6.4344" N, 118° 26' 32.028" W
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Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 81-90 F

The Erskine Fire is mostly contained now and all the roads are open again. The trout action has been fair near the dam, with a a few quality holdover trout up to three pounds showing on Thomas Buoyants and salmon peach PowerBait. Trolling has been the best bet. There also continues to be a fair to good catfish bite on clams and dip baits, with fish up into the six pound class pretty common. The crappie bite has been very slow with only a few sporadic reports of a few fish up in the trees. Some bluegill and bass reported, but mostly slow action. The water level is still coming up. Flows have been around 600 cfs coming in and 750 to 800 cfs going out this week. For fishing information: Bob’s Bait 661-833-8657 or www.bobsbaitbucket.com or North Fork Marina at 760-376-1812.

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

The Erskine Fire closed off access much of the past week, but the roads are open again and anglers can reach the north side of the lake in the Kernville area. The south shoreline is still in the fire zone. The trout action has been fair to good near the dam, with a lot of quality holdover trout up to three pounds or better showing on Thomas Buoyants and salmon peach PowerBait. Trolling has been the best bet. There also continues to be a fair to good catfish bite on clams and dip baits, with fish up into the six pound class pretty common. The crappie bite has been very slow with only a few sporadic reports of a few fish up in the trees. Some bluegill and bass reported, but mostly slow action. The water level is still coming up. Flows have been 800 cfs coming in and 750 cfs going out this week. For fishing information: Bob’s Bait 661-833-8657 or www.bobsbaitbucket.com or North Fork Marina at 760-376-1812.

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

The trout action has been fair to good near the dam, with a lot of quality holdover trout up to three pounds or better showing on Thomas Buoyants and salmon peach PowerBait. Trolling has been the best bet. There also continues to be a fair to good catfish bite on clams and dip baits, with fish up into the six pound class pretty common. The crappie bite has been very slow with only a few sporadic reports of a few fish up in the trees. Some bluegill and bass reported, but mostly slow action. The water level is still coming up. Flows have been 8 cfs coming in and 750 cfs going out this week. For fishing information: Bob’s Bait 661-833-8657 or www.bobsbaitbucket.com or North Fork Marina at 760-376-1812.

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