Hart Park Lake Fish Report for 2-24-2023
Anglers continue to report better fishing at Hart Park
Hart Park Lake - Bakersfield, CA (Kern County)
by Chad Burton and Chris Borden
Anglers continue to report better fishing at Hart Park. Largemouth fell for jigs with a crawdad trailer and creature baits. Bass also took Texas rigged six-inch worms in various colors. Catfish anglers used chicken liver, cut anchovies, and nightcrawlers for bites, and bluegill gobbled up redworms, waxworms, and mealworms.
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Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, February 24th
Castaic Lake: Castaic dropped to 54 percent of capacity, and anglers reported water clarity issues
Pyramid Lake, CA: Pyramid Lake remained near 85 percent of capacity, and fishing has been decent
Lake Isabella: The catfish bite has been solid for offshore anglers
Kern River: Fly anglers have done very well in the fly sections with Nymphs and Steamers
Lake Kaweah: Kaweah lake rose to 17 percent of capacity, and fishing has been improving
Lake Success: The lake fell to 25 percent of capacity, and crappie have been the best bet at the lake
River Walk Lakes: The holdover trout bite has slowed
Ming Lake: The Bass action started to improve this week
Buena Vista Lakes: Buena Vista was stocked this week with both Rainbow and Lightening Trout
Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, February 17th
Castaic Lake: The lake held near 56 percent of capacity, and water conditions continue to be poor
Pyramid Lake, CA: The lake level held at 86 percent of capacity, and water conditions continue to improve
Lake Isabella: This week Isabella increased to 22 percent capacity and continues to rise
Kern River: The Upper Kern trout fishing remains one of the best bet
Lake Kaweah: The water level fell to 15 percent of capacity, and bass anglers reported an improved bite
Lake Success: Lake Success fell to 26 percent of capacity, and fishing remains fair due to poor water conditions
River Walk Lakes: The holdover trout from the Firefighter fishing derby were biting this week
Ming Lake: Ming Lake Fishing Report
Buena Vista Lakes: Lure anglers landed some of the biggest fish
Hart Park Lake: Warmer weather has improved the bite at BV
Lake Nacimiento: The lake fell to 85 percent of capacity, and the water is clearing up
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