Castaic Lake Fish Report for 3-16-2020
Castaic Lake Fishing Report
Castaic Lake - Castaic, CA
by Castaic Lake Staff
With all this rain its been tough to get out here with out getting soaked, but fishing has stayed steady throughout the week. Trout fishing has improved with a lot of holdovers being caught down deeper around 40-60 feet. Most bites have been off garlic nightcrawlers or Power-bait. We are expected for another trout plant this week, with reports of Castaic finally put up on the DFG stocking list.
Largemouth and smallmouth bass have been biting a lot better as of late, with a lot of anglers still getting bites anywhere from 20ft. -60ft. of water. Most catches have been off the good old trusted nightcrawler, but plastics on the drop-shot and Ned rig have also been producing for some anglers.
The stripers have been the toughest species to locate recently, with only a couple reports of some smaller sized fish caught on sardines, anchovies, and lug worms.
Catfish have been hitting some of the baits being soaked for stripers. Chicken liver and mackerel can better your odds.
The crappie fishing has slowed down on the upper lake, and most bites have been off wax worms or crappie jigs. The lower lagoon has been producing decently for crappie and bluegill, along with decent bass fishing.
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Trout Fishing Has Been DecentCastaic Lake
Trout fishing has been decent this past week with most fish caught being hold-overs and of bigger size than the usual stocker. Most have come off a nightcrawler and bright or natural colored Power-bait. Some anglers have been having luck off the troll, mainly catching largemouth and trout, not too many stripers have been sighted as of late. Most stripers caught have been down deep off sardines, anchovies, and lug worms. The largemouth and smallmouth fishing has been steadily improving this...... Read More
Bass Bite is ImprovingCastaic Lake
Trout fishing has been strangely slow the past week even though we had received a stocking on Thursday. Most catches have been off nightcrawlers and Power-bait. A lot of holdovers are being caught with decent size to a few. A couple anglers have been having luck trolling around smaller trout jigs and spoons as well. Striped bass have still been a tough bite to get on, and a lot of anglers have been marking them down deep in around 100 feet...... Read More
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