Bass Are Starting to Bite More

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

by Pyramid Lake Staff

From the shoreline over the past week, people have been having luck using anchovies along the canal by the fish cleaning station and front booth to catch stripers while water is flowing into the lake. Although the trout bite has slowed down a bit from shore, some have still been pulled up from the channel, the rip rap and coves throughout the lake mainly off worms, powerbaits, and mice tails.

Bass are starting to bite a bit more around the lake but most bites have still been off of various soft plastics such as senkos roboworms and jigs. Deeper diving baits have caught some bass as well such as jerkbaits and crankbaits. Many anglers are still catching catfish down deep within the coves and also off of the points past the swim beach using sardines or anchovies.

Current Hours are from 7am-5pm.
Boat Rentals go until 1pm and are due back by 3pm.
Private Boats may launch until 2pm and must be off the water no later than 4pm.
Gates will be closed no later than 5pm.

**Attention** Hours will change on Tuesday, March 10 from 7am-6pm. Boats will be due off water by 5pm******

Make sure to check road conditions and weather before traveling through the area, we are expecting rain throughout the week so travel safely and be prepared!

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