Murray and Miramar receive first trout of the season


Lake Murray and Miramar Reservoir received their first trout plants of the season on Thursday, 600 pounds each from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.

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  • Lakeside’s little Lindo Lake was also scheduled to receive trout today from the CDFW, but that stock was not confirmed, although still presumed to be completed today. 

    Trout from the CDFW average 1/2 pound each, but all of catchable size. They can range in size from as small to 6″ to well over 14″ in length. The annual trout stocks at these two lakes typically kickstarts the winter swimbait season for largemouth bass, as well as activates the feeding of the large blue catfish in each of these reservoirs.

    Murray and Miramar are both open 7 days per week, with rental boats available Wednesday through Sunday. 

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