Lake Poway Fish Report – 3/26/17

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  • Michael Merren (pictured below) just brought in this 7 pound trout that he caught all by himself. He was trolling a nightcrawler in the center of the lake when he hooked up. His dad netted it when it was at the boat but other than that he did everything from hook up to reeling it in.

    The week started off well with Les and John Crine of Murrieta hauling in 3 seven plus pound trout along with several smaller fish. They were using yellow power worms and trolling deep all over the lake. Other anglers also had success during the week though the bite did slow down a little on the weekend. Bedding bass were caught, and usually released, in cover along the shore. The excellent bite should return with our next stock this coming Wednesday and it will probably explode with the final massive combined stock on April 19th. Beginning April 1st we will be open until 7:15 PM so there will be a little more time to fish.

    Michael Merren, age 6, with a nice 7 pound Lake Poway trout!

    Next stock; 1,500 pounds, March 29th.

    The final two stocks of the season will be combined for 2,800 pounds on April 19th.

    When you stop by concessions to buy your permit ask about the best spots and baits. They have up to the minute information. Remember concessions closes at 5:30 PM so come early enough to buy your permit.

    14644 Lake Poway Rd., Poway, CA, 92064
    Week ending: 26 March 2017
    Water Temperature: 62
    For more information please contact the Ranger at 858-668-4772
    Lake Poway Hours: 6:00 AM-7:00 PM
    Closed to boating and fishing Mondays and Tuesdays.

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    Lake Poway

    Lake Poway is located 20 miles northeast of downtown San Diego and offers trout fishing in the winter, and bass, catfish, and panfish fishing throughout the year.

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