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CA
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33° 35' 10.7124" N, 117° 3' 16.272" W
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Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 61-70 F

County trout plants last week and next week. DFW trout planted this week and two weeks ago. The trout action continues to improve with each plant. The best bite has been in the east end along the coves. PowerBait and small trout plastics and jigs are the best bets. The catfish action has been fair with some nice fish showing in the east end, at the buoy line, inlet, and mid-lake. Most are showing on cut baits with garlic shrimp, chicken liver, and mackerel the best bets. Patricia Salas, Pico Rivera, had three catfish to 11.2 pounds caught on mackerel or anchovies mid-lake. The striper bite improved with pretty fair action and some bigger fish showing, perhaps enticed by the trout plants. Top spot is still along the south shore and inlet. Tyler Fernandez, Murrieta, landed a 7.7-pound striper on a nightcrawler at the inlet. The largemouth bass bite has been slow to fair along the south shorelines jigs, plastics, and nightcrawlers in deeper water. The bluegill bite has been very slow. Information: store 951-926-1505, marina 951-926-8515, entrance kiosk 951-926-1541.

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

County trout plant last week and three weeks ago and DFW trout also went in two weeks ago. Overall, the trout bite is fair at mid-lake and in the east end with most showing on PowerBait or small trout jigs. The striper bite has been fair to good on swimbaits and jerkbaits early in the day for fish schooled in open water under shad, while the afternoon bite is best on bait, mostly sardines or chicken liver. Donald Lee, Chino Hills, had a 6.7-pound striper on anchovies off the south shore. The rain has stirred up the catfish and some nicer fish are showing at the buoy line and Ramp No. 2. Melinda Lopez, Temecula, had three catfish to 12.2 pounds on chicken liver. The largemouth bass bite has been slow to fair along the south shorelines jigs, plastics, and nightcrawlers in deeper water. The bluegill bite has been very slow. Information: store 951-926-1505, marina 951-926-8515, entrance kiosk 951-926-1541.

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

County trout plants two weeks ago and DFW trout went in last week. A few trout are finally starting to show for anglers fishing Roostertails, PowerBait, and salmon eggs, mostly in the east end. Stripers have been fair on swimbaits and jerkbaits early in the day schooled in open water under shad, while the afternoon bite is best on bait, mostly sardines or chicken liver. The rain has stirred up the catfish and some nicer fish are showing at Ramp No. 2 and the inlet area. Preston Morris, Hemet, landed a 12-pound catfish on a crankbait from the south shoreline. Thomas Debnahm, Pasadena, had two catfish to 10-7, both on chicken liver in the east end. The largemouth bass bite has been slow to fair along the south shorelines jigs, plastics, and nightcrawlers in deeper water. The bluegill bite has been very slow. Information: store 951-926-1505, marina 951-926-8515, entrance kiosk 951-926-1541.

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