Striper Bite Has Remained Steady

Lake Skinner - Temecula, CA (Riverside County)

Ryan Brekke who caught a Striper Bass using top water.
Photo Credit: Courtesy of Lake Skinner

by Lake Skinner Marina Staff
(951) 926-8515

Striped Bass: The striper bite has remained steady with boils. If you prefer to target this species, we suggest using deeper diving hard baits or even trolling throughout the lake in hopes to connect to one fo these beauties. Also, the dam and inlet area are the hot spots.

Bluegill: Bluegill has been in high action. Very possible to break wide open in the right spot rising with mealworms or crickets. Use a small bb split shot and what for the strike on the fall!

Catfish: Slowed a bit this week but still catches being reported near the inlet and over by Catfish Alley Launch Ramp 2. Use chicken liver or anchovies for best results.

Largemouth Bass: Largemouth Bass has been on the slower side this past week. A few regulars have reported decent jerk bait fishing. Another successful bait of recent has been the good ole Senko.

Trout: No trout action.

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