Diamond Valley Lake Fish Report – 8/21/16



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  • Diamond Valley Lake seems to be the “Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde” of lakes right now. Early in the week the water appeared to be clearing with up to 9 feet of visibility, and later in the week the clarity was only about 4 feet or so. The water temperature is ranging from 78-84.

    The changing of clarity and the possible full moon slowed the bite a bit. Fishing was still a success despite the change, but the numbers fell off a bit. Fish this last week were caught in 15-25 feet on Yamamoto Senkos and Cool Baits Underspins.

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    Todd Kline

    Todd Kline, one of the most successful tournament anglers on the west coast the last several years, is now offering his services as a professional fishing guide in southern California, including San Diego’s fabled big bass reservoirs.

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