California Aqueduct Fish Report for 1-7-2022
Striper anglers had another good week of fishing in the aqueduct
California Aqueduct - CA (Los Angeles County)
by Chad Burton and Chris Borden
Striper anglers had another good week of fishing in the aqueduct with anglers reporting limits. The best action was for bait anglers soaking cut sardines, anchovies, and Jumbo live minnows. However, the lure anglers got in on the action too. Flukes, tube baits, and jerkbaits all worked for bites after check gates during low light conditions. Catfish anglers had another good week, and they reported plenty of fish-eating chicken liver and dip bait. Bass anglers used drop shot, Texas rigs, and Senkos to fool bass in slower moving water. David Childress, of Copes, has been clobbering the bass with topwater lures lately. Stop by and ask him about it.
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Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, December 31st, 2021
Castaic Lake: Continued rain filled the lake to 57 percent of capacity
Pyramid Lake, CA: Anglers braved cold weather and rain for some decent fishing
Lake Isabella: The crappie are still a good bet here
Kern River: Fly anglers have had solid action with nymphs and dry/dropper above Fairview
Lake Kaweah: The lake rose to 13 percent of capacity, and fishing has been fair
Lake Success: The rapid increase in water levels did not help an already tough bite
River Walk Lakes: The trout fishing has slowed a bit
Ming Lake: Ming Lake Fishing Report
Buena Vista Lakes: Fishing was excellent early this week
Hart Park Lake: Fishing has been fair at Hart Park
Lake Nacimiento: Lake Nacimiento continued to rise, and it’s currently sitting near 17 percent of capacity
Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, December 24th, 2021
Castaic Lake: Rose dramatically to 37 percent of capacity
Pyramid Lake, CA: Anglers reported another week of good trout fishing
Lake Isabella: The bass bite has been fair and are holding in deeper water
Kern River: The best action has been at the park in Kernville to Powerhouse #3
Lake Kaweah: Spotted bass have gone deeper in the water column
Lake Success: Most of the action has been in deeper water
River Walk Lakes: The trout fishing remains decent
Ming Lake: The crappie bite continues to be better than normal
Buena Vista Lakes: Anglers have been filling stringers with some hefty trout
Hart Park Lake: Fishing remained fair for Hart Park anglers
Lake Nacimiento: After recent heavy rains Nacimiento rose to 14 percent of capacity
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