Pyramid Lake Fishing Report

Pyramid Lake, CA - Caswell, CA (Los Angeles County)

by Pyramid Lake Staff

Despite the cooler weather, anglers have been catching a variety of species both from shore and around the lake throughout the day. Stripers have been caught using sardines and chicken liver or lug worms, bait and wait style. Some have had luck trolling around 30ft deep for stripers throughout the lake as well. Trout were planted on the 8th of November and were being caught from shore and in the first few coves as you leave the marina. Bass are still biting down deep, mainly on plastic baits in coves and off of the points.

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