Pyramid Lake Fishing Report

Pyramid Lake, CA - Caswell, CA (Los Angeles County)

by Pyramid Lake Staff

Occasional boils are still being seen around the marina in the afternoons but most anglers have had success trolling throughout the lake for stripers. People have been marking fish as deep as 100 feet around Chumash Island, down towards Yellowbar, and the Serrano Cove as well. Bait has still been working from the shore as well, most bites have been on either lugworms, nightcrawlers, or anchovies and have been caught along the rip rap in front of the boat shop or along the channel by the entrance booth. Largemouth and smallmouth have also been biting various soft plastic baits along the grass lines of the lake and have also been hitting on lures during the first few hours of the mornings. Senkos and flukes have been some good soft plastics to throw out or a nightcrawlers would get bit throughout the day either from shore or off a boat.

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