California Aqueduct Fish Report for 9-2-2022
The best places to get bit have been after check gates
California Aqueduct - CA (Los Angeles County)
by Chad Burton and Chris Borden
Anglers reported moving around to find biting striper, but overall, the bite has been good. Striper went for Flukes, small swimbaits, and jerkbaits early in the mornings and evenings. They also they ate cut baits, lugworms, and jumbo live minnows throughout the day. The best places to get bit have been after check gates. Largemouth went for dropshot Smokin’ Shad flukes, Green Pumpkin Senkos, and creature baits in slower moving water. There’s also a topwater bite before and after checkgates first thing in the morning. Catfish anglers soaked chicken liver, dip bait, and cut baits for some impressive catches. Many anglers have opted to fish at night to avoid the heat.
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Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, August 19th, 2022
California Aqueduct: There was no real change for aqueduct anglers last week
Castaic Lake: The water level held near 34 percent of capacity
Pyramid Lake, CA: The catfish bite is still going strong
Lake Isabella: Isabella is slowly dropping and is currently at 8 percent of capacity
Kern River: In the Lower Kern the Smallmouth Bass bite continues to be solid
Lake Kaweah: Kaweah Lake continued to fall, and it’s currently sitting at 13 percent of capacity
Lake Success: Topwater bite remained solid for anglers
Ming Lake: The Bass bite has been solid here at Ming this week
Buena Vista Lakes: Fishing was fair at BV last week
Hart Park Lake: Hart Park anglers reported another decent week of fishing
Lake Nacimiento: Nacimiento dropped to 21 percent of capacity, and fishing has been great
Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, August 12th, 2022
California Aqueduct: Striper anglers reported another solid week of fishing
Castaic Lake: Anglers reported another good week of topwater fishing
Pyramid Lake, CA: The grass mats are thick along the shorelines and they are holding plenty of bass
Lake Isabella: Bass bite is solid for both numbers and quality
Kern River: The flows are fluctuating a bit from 100 CFS to 400 CFS due to the recent thunderstorms
Lake Kaweah: Most anglers have been arriving early for the topwater and crankbait bite
Lake Success: Lake Success Fishing Report
River Walk Lakes: Not much going on here
Ming Lake: The hot weather has slowed the bite down
Buena Vista Lakes: The lake fell to 15 percent of capacity
Truxtun Lake: Not much going here
Lake Nacimiento: Bass anglers reported another good week of fishing
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