Lake Skinner Fishing Report

Lake Skinner - Temecula, CA (Riverside County)


by Lake Skinner Marina Staff
8-12-2019
(951) 926-8515
Website

The water temperature is 75-76 degress. Next Stock of Catfish will be on August 16th.

Striper: Medium Action: Some anglers are still limits out on these beauties over by the dam/ inlet area. Howe er they are starting to show some signs of slowing down just a little. They hit on cut mackerels, anchovies, shad and plastics.

Bluegill: Slow Action: The bait of choice would be red worm, meal worms and of course wax worms.

Catfish: Stocking of the cats are keeping anglers bust this past week, catching some nice sized ones on chicken livers, mackerels, shrimps, especially garlic shrimp over in the the ramp 2 area and coves.

Largemouth: Medium Action: The largemouth bass are over on the north shore lurking in the reeds. Try catching them on purple and green robe worms and night crawlers.

Trout: No Action

Carp: Huge and plenty..come and get them.



< Previous Report




< Previous Report


More Reports

7-29-2019
The water temperature is between 76-78 degrees. Next stock of Catfish will be August 2ns. Striper: Medium Action: The bite has been a little slower than normal on the cut bait. It’s still possible to land a few over at the dam. It’s that time to start keeping an eye out for boils throughout the lake. Male sire to keep a topwater close! Largemouth Bass: Medium Action: largemouth action has been pretty good on simple rigs such as drop shot worm, seiko,...... Read More

7-22-2019
The water temperature is between 76-78 degrees. Striper: Medium Action: The bite has slowly been tapering off over The weekend with a few lucky anglers being able to pick off some school stripers on cut baits at the dam. The inlet bite has been slow. Largemouth Bass: Medium Action: Some quality fish were taken on flukes and other hard jerkbaits this week. Also it is never a bad idea to go back o the basis with worms or other simple tactics. Catfish: High...... Read More