Diamond Valley Lake Fish Report from Guide Todd Kline

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  • Fishing remains consistent at Diamond Valley Lake. The surface temperature is ranging from 79-83°.

    In the early morning you can pick up a fish or two on topwater, and then head deep once the sun shows and the temp starts to climb.

    Specifically, in the morning I am throwing an IMA Skimmer or Savage Gear Hard Mud Minnow. Once it’s hot we are fishing 25-45 feet with a 6″ Roboworm, or a Revenge Football Head Jig with a Yamamoto Flappin’ Hog.

    Pictured is Gilles who was visiting from Germany and had never caught a bass before this trip.


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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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