Lake Morena Fish Report – 11/12/16

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  • The current water temperature is 59 degrees.

    No live bait, no crayfish. Boat launch is closed. All vessels must pass a Quagga Inspection and pay a $5 launch fee. State fishing license is required.

    NEWS AND EVENTS

    BEST SPOTS

    CATFISH: Aerator, Geezer Cove
    TROUT: Geezer Cove, Paradise Cove, Hill Cove, Aerator
    BASS: Horseshoe Cove, Rock Shelve
    PANFISH/CARP: Hill Cove, Pumphouse Cove (Panfish) + Geezer Cove (Carp)

    BEST LURES/BAITS

    CATFISH: Mackerel, Bonito, Chicken Liver, Stinkbait
    TROUT: Powerbait, night crawlers
    BASS: Crankbaits, Swimbaits, Plastics
    PANFISH/CARP: Mealworms (Panfish) + dough balls, com (Carp)

    CATCH HIGHLIGHTS

    CATFISH: Catfish are still being caught on mackerel and nightcrawlers.
    TROUT: No trout reported this week. We will be receiving trout the week of November 14th from Jess Ranch.
    BASS: The bass are being caught on all sorts of plastics right now as well as jigs.
    PANFISH/CARP: No reports of Crappie or Bluegill being taken this week. Carp can always be seen up near the surface or by the shoreline so if that’s what you’re going for you shouldn’t have a hard time.

    Fishing Line: 619-478-5473 | Park Office: 619-579-4101 | Reservation Desk: 858-565-3600 www.sdparks.org

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    Lake Morena

    Lake Morena is located about 1 hour east of downtown San Diego in Campo, CA. It is open for fishing 7 days per week and features a popular campground on the lake's shoreline.

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