Hart Park Lake Fish Report for 9-3-2021
Bass Fishing Improved at Hart Park Last Week
Hart Park Lake - Bakersfield, CA (Kern County)
by Chad Burton and Chris Borden
Bass fishing improved at Hart Park Last week with anglers reporting good numbers of largemouth on topwater, swimbaits, and creature baits. The topwater bite has been good for anglers fishing early or late in the day using Whopper Ploppers, buzz baits, and poppers. Creature baits have been effective in the weed beds, and swimbaits scored bites along weed lines. Catfish anglers reported good fishing at night with mackerel, chicken liver, and dip bait.
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Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, September 3rd
California Aqueduct: Aqueduct Fishing Absolutely Blew Up Last Week
Castaic Lake: Castaic Lake Fell to 28 Percent of Capacity
Pyramid Lake, CA: Pyramid Lake Remained Near 93 of Capacity
Lake Isabella: Closed Due to the French Fire
Kern River: The Upper Kern Has Been Closed Due to The French Fire
Lake Kaweah: Kaweah Lake Fell to 14 Percent of Capacity
Lake Success: Lake Success Remained at 12 Percent of Capacity
River Walk Lakes: The Overall Fishing Here Was Just Fair This Week
Ming Lake: The Bass Bite Improved This Week
Buena Vista Lakes: Fishing Was Fair at BV Last Week
Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, August 27th
California Aqueduct: Striper fishing has been fair, but anglers reported good fishing for catfish
Castaic Lake: Bass anglers continued their one two punch using topwater early followed by finesse baits
Pyramid Lake, CA: Topwater has been the ticket for the morning bite
Lake Isabella: The lake could be closed for fishing or may close any day do to the hazard posed from the fire
Kern River: Upper Kern is starting to clear up from the thunderstorms a few weeks ago
Lake Kaweah: Water levels remained stable near 15 percent of capacity
Lake Success: Water levels fell to 12 percent of capacity, and fishing has been decent
River Walk Lakes: Anglers are getting in on some action during the early morning and evening session
Ming Lake: The bass bite has been fair
Buena Vista Lakes: Crappie remain the best bet at BV with some anglers scoring limits
Hart Park Lake: Fishing was fair at Hart Park last week, but it’s always a fun local fishing option
Truxtun Lake: Cooler temperatures brought more anglers to Truxtun Lake
Lake Nacimiento: Nacimiento Lake held at 14 percent of capacity, and fishing has been good
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