Lake Skinner Fishing Report

Lake Skinner - Temecula, CA (Riverside County)

by Lake Skinner Marina Staff
(951) 926-8515

Happy Holidays! The water temperature is 58-60 degrees. Last stock of Trout was December 18th, 2019.

Striper: Medium Action: Mini stripers being caught in great numbers at the dam and inlet on cut bait.. better quality fish a little bit reluctant to bite this week although they can be had if you make the right casts with a jerk bait or topwater lure.

Blue Gill: Low Action: Lots of small panfish can be seen throughout the lake with the larger gills being caught on minijigs in deeper water.

Catfish: Medium Action: A little slower for cats with the weather changing but your best bet is as usual, chicken liver or anchovies deployed near the inlet or Ramp 2

Trout: Lots of trout being caught on mini jigs in the areas surrounding Ramp 2.. some stringers filled by anglers using powerbait as well but jigging seems to be producing at a better rate..

Carp: No Action.

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