Plenty of Trout Are Still Being Caught

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

by Pyramid Lake Staff

Stripers have been starting to boil throughout the marina and around the island the first few hours of the mornings. Plenty of trout are still being caught around the lake off various baits such as rooster tails, nightcrawlers, and powerbaits. Coves have been the best areas to come across trout, catfish and bass throughout the day. Most anglers have been catching most of their trout and stripers anywhere up to 40 feet deep, using longer leaders to help manage with the grass. Trolling the lake has been effective for catching stripers, umbrella rigs, deep diving jerk baits and heavy kastmasters work well to cover water and search for the stripers. Bass have also been biting well along the shorelines throughout the grass on flukes, senkos, spinner baits and top water baits early morning. Nightcrawlers have also been working well during the heat of the day.

Current Hours are from 6am - 8pm
Boat Rentals start at opening and end by 4pm, due back by 6pm.
Private Boats are due off water no later than 7pm.

Lake Capacity is still at 150 Boats, 150 vehicles and 50 jet skis.
*We have been receiving more calls than normal, we appreciate your patience and cooperation during these times.*

Kiosk Phone # 661.295.7155
Bait Shop and Rentals # 661.294.9403

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