Lake Skinner Fish Report – 7/16/17

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  • The water temperature is between 76-78 degrees.

    Striper: Medium Action. The best time to catch these beauties is still early morning over at the inlet and dam area. The baits of choice have been jerkbaits, swimbaits, and of course umbrella rigs trolling in deep water.

    • Ricky Sanchez of Murrieta caught 2 stripers on the 16th near the inlet on jerkbaits, the largest weighing 9.1 pounds

    Largemouth Bass: Medium Action. Fishing has been pretty good just off shore using drop shots, Senkos, and frogs.

    Catfish: High Action. Plenty of big catfish are out there anywhere in coves and along the banks over by launch ramp 2. Chicken livers, anchovies and nightcrawlers are producing.

    • Annette Salas of Pico Rivera caught 3 catfish on the 14th including a 10.1 pounder over by ramp 2 on mackerel
    • Christopher Smith of Laguna Niguel caught a 9.4 pound catfish on the 15th on chicken liver, also near ramp 2

    Bluegill: Low Action. Bluegill have been caught over in the East Bay using redworms, waxworms and mealworms.

    Trout: No Action Reported.

    Carp: High Action. Still plenty of carp always ready to catch!

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