Bluegill and bass also active
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THE PEAKS OF THE WEEK OF JIM MATTHEWS
1. Once again, the entire California Aqueduct remains the best choice for its catfish action that has been good or excellent both in the Antelope Valley stretch and in the southern San Joaquin Valley. The best bite has been in lug or blood worms, fish alone or mixed with chicken liver or other bait cut and derived along the bottom, especially in areas where the flow is restricted, interrupted or bends. Adding an aroma also increases the number of bites. Cats at 10 pounds in both sections. For updates on this bite, call Amaysing Fishing Bait & Tackle at 661-429-5824 for the Palmdale section to Hesperia and Bob & # 39; s Bait Bucket at 661-833-8657 for the Taft region.
2. For the fun of fishing with a lot of action, the fishing of blue carp and carp from Apollo Park Lake is uninterrupted and excellent for children. Blue gills are better when a worm is caught under a bobber, especially in the mornings and afternoons, while carp has been better in dough baits with fish that weigh two pounds on average. For more information, contact Apollo Park at 661-940-7701 or Amaysing Fishing Bait & Tackle at 661-429-5824.
3. The bite of the fly fishing hopper in Hot Creek and the Upper Owens River, over Crowley Lake, has to remain at the top due to the exceptional action. Many fishermen report 15 to 30 days of fishing in the Owens with browns, rainbows and 20-inch killer trout in dry hopper patterns. For an update on this bite, check with The Trout Fly (www.thetroutfly.com) at Mammoth Lakes or contact the Fred Rowe guide at www.sierrabrightdot.com for a guided tour.
LAKE ISABELLA: The lake level is still high, but a little lower than last week, with 52% of its total capacity (less than 55%). The bite has continued quite well for the catfish, the type of fish and the bass. Cats are better at baits, shadles and clams, especially in the Camp 9 area with some quality fish that exceed 10 pounds. The fish-type action is still the best for boaters and floating tubers fishing rows of submerged trees in the North Fork area, but also in South Fork and Camp 9. Small small fish are still the best bait, but Also the jigs with bait with some fish up to almost three pounds reported. There is a wide-mouth bite from good to good in crankbaits in crawdad colors in less than 15 feet of water. The mornings are the best. Some fish in templates or plastics in deeper water structures. Trout bites are slow or fair for deep fishermen near the auxiliary dam. Few carp fishermen too, but dedicated carpers are fishing in flooded plains and fly fishermen are finding many gulpers working. Bluegill is good for the few fishermen who catch them. Information: Bob & # 39; s Bait 661-833-8657 or www.bobsbaitbucket.com, North Fork Marina at 760-376-1812, or Cope & # 39; s Tackle and Rod Shop at 661-679-6351 or www.tackleandrod .com.
KERN RIVER: The flows in the upper river have been reduced to around 1,000 cfs this week, and there has been a good trout bite. There were plants three weeks ago, and the plants are scheduled for this week in sections 4 and 6. The best action on crickets, salmon eggs and small spinners. The lower river flows dropped to 1,700 cfs on Wednesday, which is reaching the most fishing range. Information: Kern River Fly Shop 760-376-2040 or (www.kernriverflyfishing.com) or Gateway Market 760-376-2424.
AQUEDUCT NEAR TAFT: The catfish bite has been good in mackerel, dip baits and sardines. Cats run three to eight pounds. Thinkers also remain quite good with blood and sand worms for bait fishermen and baits and Flukes for lure fishermen. However, most plotters are below the size of the archer at this time. The flows remain high and fishers must be prepared to use a heavier weight to lower through the heavy current. Fishermen are reminded that the limit of the plotters is two fish over 18 inches, while the largemouth limit is five fish. Information: Bob & # 39; s Bait 661-833-8657 or www.bobsbaitbucket.com or Cope & # 39; s Tackle and Rod Shop at 661-679-6351 or www.tackleandrod.com.
MILL CREEK PARK AND CHANNEL: Carp and bluegill bites are pretty good. Carp is better with Wussy Bait and Powder Bait, while bluegill is shown in crickets and wax worms. Some lows are still shown, mainly early and late. In fact, all bites are better early and late.
RIVER WALK PARK LAKE: Carp and bluegill bites continue quite well most mornings and, to a lesser extent, at night, and some basses are caught early in the morning. Carp bite is better in dough baits. The bass has been better in Senko-type plastics and baits, and blue gill is hammering wax worms or red worms. Information Bob & # 39; s Bait 661-833-8657.
HART PARK LAKE: Bluegill tents and bites are good. The basses are still fair and are shown in plastics, templates and reaction baits. Blue gills are better in wax and flour worms or red worms. Tents are better in powdered bait or other dough baits. Some smaller catfish are being reported in cut baits or pasta baits.
TRUXTUN LAKE: Carp and bluegill bites are good, especially at night, but also early and late in the day. The bass is still fair with a few in plastics or swimsuits early in the morning. The tents are the best in Wussy bait, powder bait or a variety of homemade dough baits. Blue gills are shown in good quantity in wax worms, red worms, crickets and flour worms.
MING LAKE: Very good carp action continued in Powder Bait and other dough baits. Blue gills are good, especially early and at the end of the day at meals, wax or red worms. The bass is fair on the surface of the water early and then in small live fish and reaction baits.
BRITE LAKE: There is a very good fish type bite in fish suspended in approximately seven feet of water. Most are half pounds. Some trouts were still reported in bait-floats or MiceTails with fish at three pounds last week, including a couple of limits. The blue gills are quite good in front of the rocks, and some basses of the whole lake are shown. The small type of fish (most are half a pound) is shown on small templates with bite tips, flour worms or wax worms. Afternoons and mornings have been the best. Blue gills are better in wax worms under a bobber. The bass are and are shown in small jerkbaits, plastics and half night tracker.
GOOD VIEW LAKES: Catfish and bluegill bites are still good. Catfish are better in cut baits with added aromas, but the Triple S bait has been the hot ticket. For blue gills, wax worms, flour worms, red worms or nighttime crawler pieces are good bets, some of them in small templates, especially if they are covered with bait. Carp action is also good with fish up to eight pounds, but the fishing pressure on the carp is relatively mild. The best bite has been bait powder or other dough baits. Some morning bigmouth action, and still the occasional display of garbage. Fishing information: Bob & # 39; s Bait 661-833-8657 or www.bobsbaitbucket.com or Cope & # 39; s Tackle and Rod Shop at 661-679-6351 or www.tackleandrod.com.
WOOLLOMES LAKE: There are no reports.
LAKE OF SUCCESS: the drop in water levels has dispersed the fish or moved the sea bass to suspend it. The action of the bass is still fair in the reaction baits, with a good level of water in the frogs and in the first water plugs. Few reports of garbage, but the action of blue gills is good in crickets, wax worms or flour worms, but finding fish has been the challenge. Catfish is right in cut baits. The lake level continues to plummet, falling from 82 percent last week to 71 percent this week. Three weeks ago, the lake was spilling. Information: Sequoia Fishing Company at 559-539-5626, www.sequoiafishingcompany.com or Cope & # 39; s Tackle and Rod Shop at 661-679-6351 or www.tackleandrod.com.
LAKE OF KAWEAH: Lake levels continue to drop with the lake at 44 percent this week, below 54 percent full last week. There is a good low bite in reaction baits and small swimsuits, but the levels of water fall have hindered the bites. Also some surface water early. Some blue gills and catfish are also shown, but a much harder fishing. Information: Sierra Sporting Goods at 559-592-5212.
HIGH DESERT WATERS
LAKE OF HESPERIA: Catfish stocks are weekly on Thursdays with most catfish from 1-8 to 2-8, but some more are planted every week. No Lake Information Report: 800-521-6332 or 760-244-5951.
JESS RANCH LAKES: While the trout's bite is still very slow, there are still some basses that are shown in Senkos or Nightcrawlers on the north and east shores of Lake 2 with fish up to four pounds. Bluegill is being captured in fairly decent quantities early and at the end of the day in food worms and jigs on the western shore of Lake 2 and the western shore near the pump house. The few reported trouts have been in the two-pound range and have been caught in PowerBait, Nightcrawlers, Mice Tails or small templates. For more information, call (760)240-1107 or visit www.jessranchlakesnews.com.
MOJAVE NARROWS: The weekly plants with most fish are in the range of two to three pounds. There are no other reports. Information, call 760-245-2226.
HIGH DESERT WATERS
ANTYLOPE VALLEY REGION
APOLLO PARK LAKE: The good summer snack continues. First, the bite of blue and warm gills is still excellent. The fish are not large, but the action is almost uninterrupted when a worm is caught under a bobber, especially in the mornings and afternoons. The bite of the carp has also been strengthened with good action in fish of two to three pounds with some to eight pounds in a wide variety of pasta and pasta baits. Only one occasional catfish or bass is reported. For more information or updates about the plant, contact Apollo Park at 661-940-7701 or Amaysing Fishing Bait & Tackle at 661-429-5824.
JACKSON LAKE (NEAR WRIGHTWOOD): Trout bites have died almost completely since the last plant, and there is no DFW plant in the immediate future. However, there is still a very good bite in the small blue gill in any small bait suspended under a fish bobber near the weeds. Keep the hook size 14 or smaller. For updated information, call Amaysing Fishing Bait & Tackle at 661-429-5824.
LAKE PALMDALE: The catfish bite at night has been good or excellent for fishermen who catch fly-cut baits, with a large amount of one to three pounds (recent plants), but also some remains and wild fish up to 10 pounds . The best action has been on the sardine or beef liver soaked with the Triple X Blood Bait scent with a nighttime crawler added for shaking. Suspend a bait under a bobber so that it sits on weeds or the lining of the fly gets the same result. Hot spots have been some of the open holes in weeds near the dam or other areas where weeds are not so dense. Fish-type bites, blue gills and deer have been quite decent in shaded areas in small templates or templates with bait. The tents are excellent at the rear of the lake with a lot of more than 10 pounds. The best bite has been in dough baits. Largemouth bass is shown early in the morning in plastics and reaction baits in rocky areas and in the deeper holes in weed beds. Call Palmdale Fin & Feather Club for membership and fishing information at 661-947-2884 or visit the website at www.palmdalefinandfeatherclub.com.
LAKE QUAIL: There have been seething scratches early in the morning last week with the fish chasing the shad. Most are three to seven pounds and are shown in Pencil Popper baits on the surface. Some also in idiot baits. The largemouth is also in the shad with some water in the early stages around the tules. Most fish are one to three pounds. The catfish bite is also still quite good for fishermen drifting in the frozen shad under a sliding bobber game, so the bait runs 8 to 15 feet. Night and early and late in the day have been the best times to catch cats. The bite of blue gills is still fairly fair along the coasts of the southern coast in red worms, wax worms, food worms, crickets and night fishing trackers under a bobber. For updated information, call Amaysing Fishing Bait & Tackle at 661-429-5824.
CALIFORNIA AQUEDUCT (section Hesperia to Quail Lake): the catfish action is still quite open and has been for several weeks. The action is good throughout the aqueduct from Quail Lake to Silverwood. The hot bait has been chicken liver soaked with Triple X blood bait and then improved with a nighttime crawler or blood worm. But other cut baits are also getting fish. Lots of fish for two to five pounds. The striped bass and largemouth are also being captured. The best bite is before 8 a.m. or after 8 p.m., but the heat keeps most fishermen away during the day. The first places continue where flows change and decrease, especially crossroads, dams, siphons and where the canal is curved. For updated information, call Amaysing Fishing Bait & Tackle at 661-429-5824.
LAKE OF THE CENTRAL PARK (CITY OF CALIFORNIA): There is still a very good bite of bluegill and a bite of carp. Some catfish are also shown for fishermen who attack them. The bluegill are being trapped in the usual set of small baits with red worms, perhaps the best. Tents are better in dough baits. The catfish has been the best in cut baits, and an occasional bass has been reported in a crank or plastic.
LITTLE ROCK RESERVOIR: There were no reports this week, but recent reports were for a good black bass bite on the other side of the lake in the coves there. The best action was on dark plastics. No other species report. The lake is normally open to fishing without an appointment, but the Palmdale Water District has an ongoing sediment disposal project and access is sometimes restricted. For updated information, call Amaysing Fishing Bait & Tackle at 661-429-5824.
MOUNTAIN WATERS OF SAN BERNARDINO
SILVERWOOD: The lake was hit last week to bring down the flowering algea, and that has really slowed the sting. Flowering may still have some potential for human toxicity if they make body contact with water or eat fish trapped in the lake. Scratch and catfish bites are the best bets. The stripes are one to two pounds and are shown at the dam, the main points of the lake, Chemise, and around the marina and even Miller and Cleghorn. The upper baits are still sardines, night crawlers, frozen shad and bloodworms or lug. Trollers are using umbrella platforms with shad swimsuits. Catfish bite has been detected in most coves, especially for fishermen (or campers) who fish at night. The best bite in cut baits (the combs of chicken liver and blood or lug worm have been very good). Few reports of the type of fish or blue gills this week, and trout bites have also slowed. Silverwood remains high at 93 percent full. Fishermen should be aware of the health warnings for the consumption of fish from this lake due to the high levels of PCBs and mercury in fish meat and skin. Here is the direct link to a PDF brochure that explains the consumption recommendations: http://www.oehha.ca.gov/fish/so_cal/pdf_zip/081013KioskadvySilverwood.pdf. Fishing on the pier is allowed for $ 3 for adults, $ 2 for children and seniors. Private vessels should be inspected for zebra and quagga mussels. Ships with wet bottom units will be rejected. Ships inspected and tagged in Diamond Valley and Perris will be allowed in Silverwood. The park is open seven days a week. Information: marina 760-389-2299, state park 760-389-2281, Silverwood Country store 760-389-2423.
BIG BEAR LAKE: Trout bite is quite good in general, with some reported limits, especially for trolling, but also for bait fishermen who fish near the dam. Most fish are solid fish of one to three pounds. The west end of the lake (towards the dam) has been the best fishing area, mainly from Old Grays Landing to the sandy beach. The best bite has been early in the morning and then again at night from 14 to 22 feet of water. Bait fishermen mainly use PowerBait in bright colors in the flavors of corn, cheese and garlic or inflated crawlers that fish on Carolina platforms with leaders two to three feet or more. Weeds have become a problem, so most fishermen are using fill water filled with bubbles that sink very slowly. These & # 39; pesos & # 39; they settle on weeds and allow the bait to float on weeds where trout can see them. Trollers are dragging three to four colors of lead (or 12 to 18 feet downriggers) along the south coast, Trout Alley, the west end from the public launch to the dam. A large variety of small spoons and gold Rapala lures with red or orange highlights are the best troll baits. Bass and fish type bites are good, in cranks and small templates with flour or wax worms, respectively. Carp fishing is also excellent in all shallow areas of the lake. All public and private lake launch ramps are open. For information on fishing, call Big Bear Sporting Goods at 909-866-3222 or visit the store's Facebook page.
GREGORY LAKE: There was a DFW trout plant two weeks ago and the bite has slowed to almost nothing. A few types of garbage reported. The VFW Auxiliary 9624 Trout Derby will be 7 a.m. at 3:30 p.m., Saturday, September 7. Admission is $ 20 per ticket. For information on derby, call 909-553-8200 or 909-338-5385. Information on lakes and fishing at 909-338-2233 or on the website at lakegregoryrecreation.com/fish. Fishing updates are published infrequently on the park's Facebook page or website.
GREEN VALLEY LAKE: Jess Ranch trout plants go almost every week. 400-pound plants always include 50 pounds of trophy fish. There was also a DFW plant two weeks ago. The bite is better early and late in the day, and the best baits are small trout jigs, mouse tails, trout spoons, garlic-inflated crawlers and PowerBait in yellow or chartreuse. Fish are congregating in the deepest waters of the dam. The website is www.gvlfishing.com and the Facebook page is Green Valley Lake Fishing.
INTERESTED 5 LAKES
CASTAICO: More and more boils every day in pejerreyes and tarpon. The key to the plotters is to match the lure to the size of the bait, which means smaller baits. The duration of the boils has been short, but there is good action for a period of time. After that, the rays are better in sandworms, lug worms, bloodworms and frozen shad, Triple X sardines or anchovies in deeper waters. Erik Itzep, Altadena, landed three strokes at three pounds on surface baits. The largemouth bass and the largemouth bass also continued to be fair to good. The bite is best in plastic worms, night crawlers, Senko-like baits or almost any reaction bait. Most weigh less than three pounds. Gary Paye, Valencia, had four sea bass at five pounds in Flukes and plastic worms. The action of the blue gill and the type of fish is good along most of the coastal structure in four to 20 feet of water in small baits or jigs, and the type of fish is also quite decent, especially in the lower lake. Trout bites have slowed down, but some fish are showing up for curricaneros who work on riggers or lead tips and small spoons, but some also in PowerBaits and inflated crawlers. There is almost no pressure on trout. The elevation of the lake is quite stable, with Castaic 92 percent full. For information, call the marina at 661-775-6232 (www.CastaicLake.com) or Tackle Express at 661-251-8700.
PYRAMID: Largemouth bass and smallmouth bites have been good in most coves in soft plastic worms or nighttime crawlers during the day, with fish boiling in bait balls in the morning. Flukes and Senkos (rigged without weeds) are the best in boiling fish. The majority are 1-8 to 3-0. The striped bass bite is still good in fish of one to four pounds with some to seven pounds. Most mornings there have been superficial boils in the coves and in Yellowbar, Bear Trap, Posey, Serranno and Chumash Island. in jerkbaits, but most of the action has been in cut baits such as sardines, anchovies and bloodworms or lug. A good amount of catfish is also shown in cut baits, especially bloodworms, lug and sand, but frozen sardines, anchovies and blankets are almost as good, especially when odor is added. The fish are deep in most of the coves, and the canal along the entrance cabin is still a hot spot along with the ramp. The bite of blue gills is very good along the structure of the coast in mealworms, wax worms, red worms and crickets. Even a few fish larger than the size of a hand. Algae bloom has increased in the last week. The lake level is not changing much. It was 93 percent full again this week. There is a health warning about eating fish from Pyramid Lake (except rainbow trout). More information on this link: http://www.oehha.ca.gov/fish/so_cal/pyramidlake2013.html. Information: Emigrant Landing entry post at 661-295-7155 or Tackle Express at 661-251-8700.
ARIZONA FISHING REPORTS: The Arizona Department of Hunting and Fisheries compiles a weekly report for most of the state's waters, including the Colorado rivers. Fishermen can read the report on this direct link: http://azgfd.net/artman/publish/FishingReport/.
FLOW INFORMATION: Deposit elevation levels and flow discharges for the entire lower Colorado River are available on this website with updated information every hour: www.usbr.gov/lc/region/g4000/hourly/rivops.html .
The main fishing reporting websites in the Eastern Sierra are: www.KensSport.com (Bridgeport region), www.TheTroutFly.com (Mammoth Lakes region) and www.SierraDrifters.com (Bishop and Mammoth Lakes region) .
For trout plants throughout the state, you can visit the DFW storage page at https://nrm.dfg.ca.gov/FishPlants/.
This week's trout plants in Tulare County include the Upper Kern River (section 6), Lake Balch Park (upper and lower) and the Hedrick Pond (Redwood Lake). In Kern County, section 4 of Upper Kern is listed. Inyo County includes Baker Creek, Big Pine Creek, South Fork, Middle Fork, Intake II and lower portions of Bishop Creek, Cottonwood Creek, Georges Creek, Goodale Creek, Independence Creek, Lake Sabrina, Lone Pine Creek, North Lake, Owens River (below Tinnemaha and section 2) Rock Creek Lake, Shepherd Creek, South Lake, Symmes Creek, Taboose Creek Tinnemaha Creek and Tuttle Creek. There are no plants in Los Angeles or San Bernardino counties this week.
OCEAN FISHING REPORT
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