California Aqueduct Fish Report for 10-8-2021
The aqueduct has been kicking out good numbers of striper
California Aqueduct - CA (Los Angeles County)
by Chad Burton and Chris Borden
The aqueduct has been kicking out good numbers of striper with a few of the larger models mixed in. Striper readily ate cut baits, jumbo live minnows, and lugworms last week. They also fell for the usual lures line-up of Flukes, jerkbaits, and topwater. Most of the action was reported near the control gates, but a few anglers reported limits while soaking baits on the inside bends of the aqueduct. Catfishing is usually a good bet in the aqueduct, and last week was no different. Anglers reported decent numbers and a few big cats eating dip bait, chicken liver, and sardines soaked on the bottom. Bass have been biting drop shot, Senkos, and weightless flukes fished in the eddies and slower moving water. Topwater also worked for anglers throwing Whopper Ploppers parallel to the banks.
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Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, September 24th
California Aqueduct: The striper bite really picked up last week
Castaic Lake: Castaic rose to 34 percent of capacity, and water temperatures have been dropping
Lake Isabella: Overall fishing has been solid
Kern River: Anglers have been scoring holdovers and natives
Lake Kaweah: Bass angler are reporting decent numbers
Lake Success: Bass anglers reported an improved bite
River Walk Lakes: The water level remains low, and the fishing has been fair
Ming Lake: The bass action improved this week
Buena Vista Lakes: The crappie bite is on fire!
Hart Park Lake: Anglers reported catching plenty of bass and bluegill
Truxtun Lake: Lower water levels have stalled the bite at Truxtun Lake
Truxtun Lake: The spotted bass bite was good for angler this week
Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, September 17th
California Aqueduct: Decent Number of Smaller Stripers in the Aqueduct
Castaic Lake: Water Level is Holding Near 29 Percent of Capacity at Castaic Lake
Pyramid Lake, CA: Pyramid Lake Remains Closed
Lake Isabella: Lake Isabella is Back Open For Fishing
Kern River: The Upper Kern Campgrounds Are Closed Until Sept 17th
Lake Kaweah: Lake Kaweah Fell to 13 Percent of Capacity
Lake Success: Not Much Has Changed at Lake Success
River Walk Lakes: The Main Lake Water Level is Down About 5-Feet at River Walk Lakes
Ming Lake: Bass Action Has Been Slow Over The Last Month at Ming Lake
Buena Vista Lakes: Bass Anglers Reported an Improved Bite at Buena Vista Last Week
Hart Park Lake: Hart Park Anglers Reported Decent Fishing
Truxtun Lake: The Water Level at Truxtun Lake is Very Low
• Nacimiento Lake Remained Near 13 Percent of Capacity
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