Lake Skinner Fishing Report

Lake Skinner - Temecula, CA (Riverside County)

by Lake Skinner Marina Staff
(951) 926-8515

The water temperature is 67-68 degrees. The water level is still down 15 ft. Last Stock of Trout was November 21', 2018. This week it was on the slower side for many anglers, but some were still able to pull a few out. Striper: Medium to Low Action: Stripers slow this past week, however they have been caught over at the dam and inlet area, along the shore rock areas and also along the north shore, using cut mackerels, shad, spooks and chicken livers, top water lures. Blue Gill: No Action: Catfish: Low Action: Slow for cats, Anglers are catching over at ramp 2 and also ramp 1, coves and catfish alley, some anglers have been baiting and waiting, hitting on chicken livers, anchovies and mackerels. Large Mouth: High Action: With the water level it has been easier to spot many largemouth over around ramp 1, north shore, and along the reeds and tullies. Try catching them on purple and green robo worms, meal worms, wax worms and night crawlers. Trout: Next Stock of Trout will be December 5th, 2018, 600 pounds. Carp: No Action. Stop by the camp store or marina and share your fishing stories with us and get a picture taken so we can post it on FB.

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