Lake Skinner Fishing Report

Lake Skinner - Temecula, CA (Riverside County)

by Lake Skinner Marina Staff
(951) 926-8515

The water temperature is 66-68 degrees..

Striper: Medium Action: Still plenty of shad in the east end.. most success coming to anglers who take the time to make bait then drop it back down.. Some topwater action to be had in the early morning as well. 

Blue Gill: Low Action:  mini jigs tipped with mealworms or crickets always work the best throughout the lake..

Catfish: Medium Action: Chicken liver or anchovies brought some success this week near Ramp 2...

Large Mouth: Medium Action: As usual dropshotting roboworms and a wacky rigged Senko are go to baits.. some action on hard baits as well.

Carp: No action. Stop by the camp store or marina and share your fishing stories with us and get a picture taken so we can post it on FB.

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