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CA
United States
33° 35' 10.7124" N, 117° 3' 16.272" W
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Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 71-80 F

The water temperature is between 68-70 degrees. Water flow is still doing great! Solar Cup was great turn out! Next Event will be Ballon and Wine Festival.. June 2nd-4th 2017. Come out and have some FUN! 

Trout :No Action

Carp: Medium action/ plenty of big carp to catch. Easy and fun ! Use your favorite carp dough balls over along the banks and under heavy cover.

Striper: Mediuem action/ Striper are being caught with cut baits near the Inlet and over by the Damn.

Catfish: Medium Action/ Still hitting over by Ramp 2, using chicken livers, anchoivies and garlic shrimp.

Large Mouth: Medium Action/ Post Spawn, large mouth bas have bee pretty moderate in shallow waters near the reeds, using frogs, Flukes, Jerk baits and night crawlers. 

Blue Gill: Slow Action/ Little action this week, using white and yellow jigs, wax worms, and live crickets.Stop by the Marina or camp store to have a picture taken with your catch. 

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Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 71-80 F

The first catfish plant of the season was May 12, and the catfish bite has been fair to good. Most anglers are using chicken liver, anchovies, or Gulp! catfish bait in the Ramp No. 2 area. The dam area and most coves are producing cats now. Vicky Smith, Temecula, landed a 7.8-pound catfish on anchovies off the south shore. Stripers are also pretty fair with some better fish starting to show on umbrella rigs, topwater baits, and even nightcrawlers. The east end and the inlet are the top spots. Stephen Ty Yang, Long Beach, had a 9.7-pound striper on sardines at the inlet. Andy Tyson, Oceanside, landed a six-pounder striper on a Zara Spook in the east end. The largemouth bite is also pretty good on dark plastics and nightcrawlers around most of the lake on structure. The bluegill bite hasn’t really recovered since the bluestone application two weeks ago, but some fish are starting to show again at the buoy line area, launch ramp No. 2, and across from the marina are the best spots. Small jigs or wax worms have been top baits with slabs to two pounds. 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: 71-80 F

The lake was bluestoned (copper sulfate is used to kill blue-green algae) last week and this really slowed most of the bites. The best bites have been for catfish and largemouth. The cats have been best on chicken liver, anchovies, or mackerel at Ramp No. 1, across from the marina, and along the north shore. Timmy Umatham, Temecula, had an 8.2-pound cat on anchovies at Ramp No. 2. Frank Santiago, Jr., San Diego, had a 6.9-pound cat, also on anchovies, but off the south shore. Most of the bass are showing on The most fish are being landed on plastics, Flukes, or jigs in less than 15 feet of water all around the lake. The striper bite is fair at the inlet, mid-lake, and Ramp 2 areas. Swimbaits and cut baits are both getting fish, but jigging spoons and even some topwater baits have produced. The bluegill bite was really turning on before the copper sulfate was applied last week, but the bite has stalled and has been slow. The buoy line area, launch ramp No. 2, and across from the marina are the best spots. Small jigs or wax worms have been top baits with slabs to two pounds. Information: store 951-926-1505, marina 951-926-8515, entrance kiosk 951-926-1541.

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