Lake Skinner Fishing Report

Lake Skinner - Temecula, CA (Riverside County)

by Lake Skinner Marina Staff
(951) 926-8515

Beautiful weather!
The water temperature is 74 degrees.

Striper: Medium Action: Stripers can be found deep out by the inlet in the middle of the buoy line by the dam. Hitting on chicken livers, anchovies and racy flicker shad, that we carry at the store.

Bluegill: Medium Action: Red worms, wax worms, night crawlers and plastic worms any small worm with jigs, in coves and reeds.

Catfish: Medium Action: Next stock of Catfish will be June 21st. Cats can be caught on the left side of the dam using mackerels dipped in garlic, chicken liver and anchovies also near launch ramp 2.

Largemouth: Medium Action: Roboworms have been doing the trick in green and purples over in catfish cove over at launch ramp 2.

Trout: No Action/ No trout plants

Carp: High Action: Big carp are ready to catch, easy and fun. Use your favorite carp dough balls, along the banks or under heavy cover.

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