Hart Park Lake Fish Report for 3-17-2023
Some reports of a few bed fish making their move into shallow water
Hart Park Lake - Bakersfield, CA (Kern County)
by Chad Burton and Chris Borden
Fishing was fair at Hart Park last week, but it was one of the few local lakes that remained relatively stable during recent weather. Bass anglers worked Texas rigged six-inch plastic worms in the deepest water they could find. There were also reports of a few bed fish making their move into shallow water. Senkos and creature baits scored bites from the bedding fish.
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Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, March 17th
California Aqueduct: California Aqueduct Report
Castaic Lake: Castaic Lake rose to 70 percent of capacity, and the lake remains filled with mud and debris
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Lake Success: Recent storms brought the lake above maximum capacity, and the dam has been releasing water at near record level
River Walk Lakes: River Walk Lakes Report
Ming Lake: The Spring Bass bite is starting to move in the right direction
Buena Vista Lakes: Trout fishing slowed down last week, but there’s still some biting trout
Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, March 10th
California Aqueduct: Be sure to sneak up on the bass, as they have been very finicky
Castaic Lake: Fishing has been fair, and trout and striper have been the best bets
Pyramid Lake, CA: Recent storms brought in additional mud which made for poor water clarity
Lake Isabella: The best action here has been for catfish
Kern River: The Upper Kern is loaded with trout and is being stocked weekly
Lake Kaweah: Water condition have been cold with poor water clarity
Lake Success: Recent storms brought in more mud and debris
River Walk Lakes: There’s been an excellent trout bite here
Ming Lake: Bass fishing at Ming is starting to improve
Buena Vista Lakes: Lake Evans has been one of the best bets for local anglers
Hart Park Lake: Hart Park anglers reported fair fishing for all species
Lake Nacimiento: The lake reached 90 percent of capacity during recent storms
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