Tons of Trout Are Being Caught From The Shoreline

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

by Pyramid Lake Staff

With the recent trout plants on December 6th and 13th, tons of trout have been caught from the shoreline and throughout the marina on various baits. Many angels have been using smaller lures or spinner baits to catch trout but also have had great luck using nightcrawlers and powerbait as well as bait and wait style. Stripers have also bene pretty active throughout the lake bitting on kastmasters, Alabama rigs, swimbaits, and other surface baits. Trolling has been effective to search the lake and get bit around Chumash Island up into Yellowbar canyon and throughout the marina as well. Both largemouth and smallmouth bass have also been biting well along the shorelines over the past week with all the active in the water. Some anglers have had luck using swimbaits, and kastmasters, but soft plastic setups have been most effective overall.

< Previous Report Next Report >

< Previous Report Next Report >

More Reports

Anglers who endured the snowy weather over the past week have been rewarded with stripers, bass and trout on various baits both from the shoreline and boats throughout the lake. We received a trout plant on Tuesday, November 26 and have been biting on little spinner baits, powerbait and nightcralwers along the shoreline in the marina. People have also been catching stripers off the rip rap in front of the boat shop and along the canal by the entrance booth...... Read More

Our last trout plant was on Thursday, November 7 and have been biting throughout the marina and along the canal but the entrance booth, mainly on powerbait and worms and wait style. Striper fishing has been pretty good around the marina as well but angers are catching stripers by trolling around Chumash Island and up towards the Yellowbar Canyon. Angler shave reported marking on their fish finders anywhere up to 60 feet deep throughout the day back by the dam...... Read More