Lake Skinner Fishing Report

Lake Skinner - Temecula, CA (Riverside County)

by Lake Skinner Marina Staff
(951) 926-8515

The water temperature is 70-72 degrees. Last stock of Trout was November 20th, 2019. They will be stocking Trout every 2 weeks!

Blue Gill: Low Action. Not too many reported panfish this week but if you choose to target these fish make sure to try some crickets!

Catfish: Medium Action: The regulars this week were able to put together solid stringers of fish up to 10lbs.. fish reported were caught on mackerel at various spots throughout the east end. Some cats were also caught on liver at the inlet as usual.

Striper: Medium to High Action: The cooler, cloudy weather turned the striper bite back up at the end of the work week with boils in the east end although things seemed to slow down a bit through the weekend. Keep an eye out for the birds working on shad and throw your topwater/jerkbait into the mix!

Large Mouth: Medium Action: Things have been a bit quiet on the water for largemouth when it comes to the bigger models but good numbers of smaller fish have been reported with most success coming to anglers using paddle tails and flukes.. 

Trout: Trout was just stocked on November 20th, 2019! 

Carp: No Action

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