Location

CA
United States
33° 35' 10.7124" N, 117° 3' 16.272" W
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Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 81-90 F

The level of the lake is up holding steady and the temps are cooling a little. 

Striper: We have seen high actions from the striper, coming from the inlet and near the buoy line. Morning has been the best bite, but we have seen the baby bass starting to boil around the lake at all times of the day. Top water lures have been working best

Large Mouth: Moderate action. Large Mouth have been along the coves of the south Shore and near Launch ramp 2. Try using Night crawlers, red worms and plastic worms. 

Bluegill: High action...The bite has been great. Near Launch 2 and the surrounding coves, also the east end. The best bait for them has been crickets, meal worms, small jigs, and chunks of night crawlers. 

Catfish: High Action... We have been receiving regular stocks of catfish. Last stock of ctafishwa July 8th. Catfish have been hitting over by Launch Ramp 2. Try using chicken liver, mackerel, and anchovies. 

Carp: As always, we have plently of carp in the lake and they come in a variety of sizes. they have been seen in all parts of the lake, especially on the South side. Your best bet for them is to use dough balls with your own scents mixed in, Great way for the kids to learnand have some fun. 

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Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 81-90 F

The bluegill bite is wide open along most shorelines with structure, but the Boat Launch Two area and adjacent coves seem to be holding the most fish. The dam area is also good. They are showing on crickets, wax worms, red worms, meal worms, and lug worm pieces in four to 12 feet of water. Most are hand-size to nearly a pound, but some bigger ‘gills to 1-8 reported. The catfish bite has been very good taking off over the last two weeks and getting better. The best action has been at Launch No. 2 and along the south shore, but some are also showing at the dam and inlet. Chicken liver, nigthcralwer, and mackerel are the best bets. Daniel Bales, Temecula, landed a nine-pound cat on chicken liver at the inlet. Next catfish plant is this Friday. Stripers and largemouth are both fair. For the stripers, the bite is best in deep water at the inlet on chicken liver and anchovies, while the largemouths are best on plastics, especially in the east end and most coves. Carp good on dough baits, but very little pressure. Don Parker, Riverside, used a garlic dough ball to landed a 13-pound carp. Information: store 951-926-1505, marina 951-926-8515, entrance kiosk 951-926-1541.

3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 81-90 F

The bluegill bite is wide open along most shorelines with structure, but the Boat Launch Two area and adjacent coves seem to be holding the most fish. The dam area is also good. They are showing on crickets, wax worms, red worms, meal worms, and lug worm pieces in four to 12 feet of water. Most are hand-size to nearly a pound, but some bigger specimens in the two-pound class have been reported this past week. Phong Ngyun, Long Beach, had six bluegill to two pounds on crickets from the coves near the buoy line. The catfish bite has been very good taking off over the last two weeks and getting better with each hot day. The best action has been at Launch No. 2 and along the south shore, but some are also showing at the dam. Chicken liver, nigthcralwer, and mackerel are the best bets. Also a plant went in last week. Stripers and largemouth are both fair. For the stripers, the bite is best in deep water at the inlet on chicken liver and anchovies, while the largemouths are best on plastics, especially in the east end and most coves. Mark Ficher, French Valley, had two stripers to three pounds on topwater at the inlet. Carp good on dough baits, but very little pressure. Trout are slow with no recent plants in over a month. Information: store 951-926-1505, marina 951-926-8515, entrance kiosk 951-926-1541.
 

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