Stiper Fishing Has Been The Main Target

Lake Casitas - Ventura, CA (Ventura County)

by Casitas Lake Staff

Striper fishing has been the main targets species as of late and most catches have been coming on cut bait or lug/blood worms. Anglers have been having luck down at depths near 60 feet and have been catching from the shoreline and by boat. Some other angels have reported getting into some stripers on the troll with deep diving jerk baits, smaller Alabama rigs, and spoons. There have also been a few reports of some swimbait fish still being caught, but without having a trout plant in a few weeks it has been tough for most. The largemouth and smallmouth fishing has picked up in the past week. With warmer temperatures the bass are in pre-spawn mode and have been feeding in preparation of the spawn. Anglers have reported most bites coming on soft plastics such as Robo worms and Senko type baits, and the good old trolled around. The catfish bite has picked up recently with a lot fo them coming by accident while soaking a sardine or anchovy for a striper, but anchovies and mackerel seem to be doing the trick. Bluegill and crappie are starting to show up as well with the warmer afternoons, and wax worms/ meal worms have been working the best.

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