Anglers Have Been Catching Trout Along The Shoreline

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

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Pyramid Lake Staff

by Pyramid Lake Staff

Anglers have still been catching stripers up to 80ft deep on various cut baits over the past week, most bites have been produced off sardines and mackerel. The Yellowbar area, Spanish Point, and Posey cove towards the dam has been a few hot spots throughout the day for the deeper stripers. Over the weekend, people have been catching trout along the shoreline and throughout the marina and first two coves of the lake mainly on powerbait or nightcrawlers. People have also been using smaller tube baits, spinning baits, and kastmasters to come across the trout as well. Most recent trout plant was on Friday March 5 and schedules can be found at Bass have mainly been caught on finesse style baits like jigs, ned rigs, roboworms and senkos. Rocky points and coves have been better spots over the past few weeks.
Current Lake Hours are from 7am-5pm (Gates locked at 5pm)
Boat Rentals are from 7am-1pm and must be returned to the docks no later than 3pm. (Late fees applicable)
Last launch for private watercrafts is before 2pm and must be off no later than 4pm. **Retagging booth closes at 4pm as well**
Campgrounds are open and all information can be found at The name will be under Los Alamos Campgrounds.
Additional lake information can be found at under the Lake Facilities tab.
Front Booth Phone Number 661.295.7155
Pyramid Lake Store/Boat Shop 661.294.9403
Road Conditions 1.800.GAS.ROAD.

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