California Aqueduct Fish Report for 2-10-2023
Anglers reported fair fishing in the aqueduct with catfish as the best bet
California Aqueduct - CA (Los Angeles County)
by Chad Burton and Chris Borden
Anglers reported fair fishing in the aqueduct with catfish as the best bet. Whisker fish went for chicken liver, fresh shrimp, and dip bait soaked on the bottom. Striper anglers used many of those same baits along with jumbo live minnows and bloodworms. The best bet has been to soak bait after check gates. A few line-sides were also reported by anglers throwing jerkbaits and Flukes on a jig head. Bass anglers used finesse baits in green pumpkin and baitfish colors for bites in slower moving water.
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Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, February 3rd
California Aqueduct: Fishing has been fair in the local aqueduct
Castaic Lake: Castaic is still recovering from recent storms
Pyramid Lake, CA: Pyramid held at 86 percent of capacity, and water conditions are improving
Lake Isabella: The bass action is starting to improve a bit
Kern River: The Upper Kern remains one of your best bets for limit style trout fishing
Lake Kaweah: There have been few reports as the lake is still recovering from recent storms
Lake Success: Water levels have been falling almost as fast as they came up
River Walk Lakes: The Annual Bakersfield Firefighters Fishing Derby & Pancake Breakfast will take place tomorrow
Ming Lake: The trout bite improved last week
Buena Vista Lakes: Anglers reported decent fishing at BV
Hart Park Lake: Fishing has been fair at Hart Park
Lake Nacimiento: Water conditions are improving
Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, January 20th
California Aqueduct: Anglers reported another week of decent fishing in the aqueduct
Castaic Lake: Castaic rose to 55 percent of capacity
Pyramid Lake, CA: Pyramid Lake held near 86 percent of capacity
Lake Isabella: This week Isabella rose at a steady pace and is over 19 percent capacity
Kern River: The Upper Kern trout bite has been solid between storms
Lake Kaweah: Kaweah seems to have stabilized at about 44 percent of capacity, and fishing has improved
Lake Success: Lake Success rose to 51 percent of capacity, and fishing has been difficult
River Walk Lakes: Both lakes at River Walk are full of water, but not fishing going here yet
Ming Lake: Trout were stocked here over a week ago and the fishing has been solid
Buena Vista Lakes: Trout anglers continue to report plenty of huge fish being taken
Hart Park Lake: Bluegill have been the best bet for Hart Park anglers
Lake Nacimiento: The Lake rose to from 36 to 89 percent of capacity in one week
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