Fishing Has Slowed Down a Bit

Cachuma Lake - Santa Barbara, CA (Santa Barbara County)

by Cachuma Lake Staff

Fishing has slowed down a bit since last week. Bluegill were caught at Johnson Bay with Sand crabs and worms. A 6.8Lb. Largemouth bass was caught on a purple flicker shad. The angler would not give up his location. Catfish were caught near arrowhead island on garlic night crawlers. A 2 Lb. largemouth bass was caught at Johnson bay. A couple reports of trout being caught on garlic worms, use worm blower no weight and let it drift at approximately 65 feet deep. The dam is a good spot for tout and catfish.

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Fishing has picked up all over the lake. Several really nice trout were caught this week on garlic night crawlers, trolling 65 feet deep by the dam and in the middle of the lake. Dozens of Catfish were reported caught but the dam and in the middle of the lake on garlic night crawlers. Two 6 lbs. Catfish were caught on mackerel and shrimp in Santa Cruz Bay and Cachuma Bay. Bass and Crappie are being caught all over the...... Read More

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