Trout and Largemouth Are High Action Right Now

Lake Skinner - Temecula, CA (Riverside County)

by Lake Skinner Marina Staff
(951) 926-8515

The water temperature is 66-67 degrees.

Striper: Low Action: Stripers have been few and far between lately with anglers working hard to put a handful of bites other. The few fish we have seen come out have been on chicken liver as usual.

Blue Gill: Medium Action: A decent amount of field have been biting mini jigs tipped with mealworms as well as the small rapalas.

Catfish: Low Action: slow for cats, only a few reported this past week.

Large Mouth: High Action: Many anglers this week catching plenty of large mouth along points, coves and along the shore. Try catching them on purple and green robo worms and night crawlers. Blue gill type swim baits have also produced a few bed fish this week.

Trout: High Action: Trout have been titian on power bait, tube jigs, and power worms.

Carp: No Action

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