Lake Skinner Fishing Report

Lake Skinner - Temecula, CA (Riverside County)

by Lake Skinner Marina Staff
(951) 926-8515

The water temp is between 53-54- degrees.  Water level is up.  Bluegill: Low Action: Many fish being caught on mini jigs such as Slab Jiggies, especially when tipped with a worm.  Catfish: Low Action: Catfish are still being randomly caught on cut bait at the inlet as well as South Shore.  Largemouth Bass: Low Action: LMB are being caught on natural style baits such as Senkos and roboworms.  Even nightcrawler have been producing fish lately.  Striped Bass: Medium to High Action:  The Cut bait bite has definitely picked up, many anglers are limiting out within a few hours at the inlet.  Trout: Medium to High Action: Power Bait has been the way to go.  Trout Plants scheduled for 2/13 and 2/27, 600 lbs each.

< Previous Report Next Report >

< Previous Report Next Report >

More Reports

The water temp. Is between 53-55 degrees.  Bluegill: Low Action: Bluegill are still out there at 30ft of water.  Crickets are the best bet this time of the year.  Catfish: Low Action: Cats still deep, no cats seen this week, preferred baits are sardines, anchovies, and reliable chicken livers,  Largemouth Bass: Low Action: They are moving up into the shallows up against the reeds.  They are very fat and slow but are showing interest in jerk baits, Swim baits, crank...... Read More

2.5lb. Trout
Lake Skinner

Brian Pierce from EL Cajon, California caught this 2.5lb. Trout using yellow PowerBait neat the Launch Ramp 2. ...... Read More