California Aqueduct Fish Report for 11-10-2023
Striper and catfish continue to be a reliable option for aqueduct anglers
California Aqueduct - CA (Los Angeles County)
by Chad Burton and Chris Borden
Striper and catfish continue to be a reliable option for aqueduct anglers. The bait anglers hooked striped bass using sardines, bloodworms, and jumbo live minnows while flukes and jerkbaits produced for the lure anglers. Catfish took sardines, anchovies, and dip bait on sinker rigs, with whisker-fish up to eight pounds being reported. Largemouth bass chased shad at sunrise, and anglers used shad imitations like Keitech swimbaits, small Flukes, and shaky head worms to fool fish. Topwater also produced early and late in the day for anglers fishing before and after the check gates.
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Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, October 27th
California Aqueduct: Anglers reported fair to good fishing at the aqueduct with striper and catfish as the best bets
Castaic Lake: Castaic Lake Report
Pyramid Lake, CA: The lake level remained near 90 percent of capacity, and water temperatures continued to fall
Lake Isabella: This week Isabella fell to 48 percent of capacity and the overall fishing has been great
Kern River: Fly anglers have had success later in the day with dry dropper rigs
Lake Kaweah: The lake held at 11 percent of capacity, and anglers reported another week of good fishing
Lake Success: Success Lake fell to 38 percent of capacity and fishing has been good
River Walk Lakes: The bluegill bite is very good
Ming Lake: At Ming the bass bite remains steady here
Buena Vista Lakes: Fishing was fair last week, but a few anglers did report some good days of fishing too
Hart Park Lake: Hart Park bass anglers did well last week
Lake Nacimiento: Bass anglers reported decent fishing for spotted bass in 10 to 25 feet of water
Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, October 20th
California Aqueduct: California Aqueduct Report
Castaic Lake: Blue-green algae is present at high levels at the Castaic Upper Lake
Pyramid Lake, CA: Pyramid Lake held between 90 and 92 percent of capacity, and water temperatures dropped below 70 degrees
Lake Isabella: Isabella fell to 53 percent of capacity this week and the bass bite has been excellent
Kern River: The trout fishing in the Upper Kern has slowed from limit style fishing in September
Lake Kaweah: Kaweah Lake held at 11 percent of capacity, and anglers reported decent fishing for spotted bass
Lake Success: The lake fell to 48 percent of capacity and fishing has been fair
River Walk Lakes: Anglers reported decent bass action here with small top water and plastics
Ming Lake: Here at Ming the bass bite has been very good
Buena Vista Lakes: The Taft Chamber of Commerce Annual Trout Fishing Derby is only one month away!
Hart Park Lake: Fishing has been fair at Hart Park
Lake Nacimiento: Nacimiento Lake fell to 59 percent of capacity, and water temperatures dropped below 70 degrees
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