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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 striper bite has been fair to good with surface action early in the morning and then again in the evening. The morning bite is at the inlet, while the evening bite is usually in the east end. Some fish on bait, but most on surface an swim baits. The bluegill bite has stayed pretty fair, especially around Ramp No. 2 with crickets and meal worms good bets. Lola Gonzalez, Temecula, had a 1-2 bluegill on a meal worm across from the marina. The catfish bite has been good. The best action has been at the inlet, Launch No. 2, and along the south shore. Chicken liver is the top bait, but shrimp and mackerel are also OK. Candy Wyatt Smith, Oceanside, had a 10-5 catifhs on mackerel at Ramp No. 2.  Largemouth are fair on plastics, with some topwater. Best areas have been the east end and most coves along the south shore. Carp good on dough baits, but very little pressure. 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 days are still up around 100, but it is coolingoff into the mid 70's in the later evening, so still bring plenty of water and sunscreen with you . We have also seen the afternoon bite starting to pick up around 4:30 til sundown.

Sriper: The striper have been hitting well in the mornings from 6 tillabout 8:30/9am. After that you should be looking for tem in the later afternoon to early evening . Anchovies have been doing decent as well as top water lures. Something that has a little shimmer and flash to it seems to be drawing their attention. 

 

Largemouth: they are still out there and biting. They have slowed a bit, but if you hit up some of the coves and can get back into the reeds a bit, then you have a good chance. The Largemouth, as usual, are still liking Robo and Senko worms with red flakes. We have had a few reports of them biting on shad colored Rapala. 

Bluegill: There has been fiar action with the bluegill. They have slowed down slightly, but we are seeing larger gills caught. They have been hanging around the South Shore and Launch Ramp 2 still, and are still hitting on crickets, meal worms and smaller jigs. 

Catfish: The catfish are doing extremely well. We got a stock of aroujnd 500 lbs on the 22nd. The inlet  in the mornings has been doing well, as well as the south shore. Chickem livers are the way to go so far,but if you know of another bait that is working, don't hesitate to let us know. 

Carp: High action for carps. They are jumping and flopping all around the lake. Your best bet for them is to use dough balls with your own scents mixed in. Great way for the kids to learn and have some fun. 

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

The striper bite has been good with good surface action early in the morning and then a bait bite late afternoon or evening. Top action has been at the inlet and buoy line. The bluegill bite came back on this past week, with pretty fair action and some better quality fish. The best bite is still along the south shore on crickets, meal worms, and small jigs. Joey Landers, Prescott, Ariz., landed a 2-2 bluegill on a meal work at Ramp No. 2. The catfish bite has been good. The best action has been at the inlet, Launch No. 2, and along the south shore. Chicken liver is the top bait. Largemouth are fair on plastics, with some topwater. Best areas have been the east end and most coves along the south shore. Charles Draught, Winchester, landed a five-pound bass on a plastic lizard in the east end. Carp good on dough baits, but very little pressure. Information: store 951-926-1505, marina 951-926-8515, entrance kiosk 951-926-1541.

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