Location

CA
United States
34° 31' 33.1608" N, 118° 36' 4.896" W

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Fishing Report Provided by Rocky Mountain Recreation - Megan Hozinsky
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2
Average: 2 (1 vote)
| Water Temp:71-80 F | Clarity: Stained
Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
Fishing Report
September 2, 2014
Striper action is still holding up here at the upper lake with boils popping up in the marina, off of the dam, and by Old S.S. Any topwater baits such as Flukes, Spooks, and Crankbaits are still the best choice to cast out. The bass bite has dropped a little in the past week but anglers can still use nightcrawlers, Senkos, and jerkbaits to have the best chance of catch. Most action has occurred off of the point or by Firebreak for the bass. Catfish have been doing pretty good with bites coming from Necktie Canyon and out in front of Old S.S. The water level is current at 1412' and is dropping about a foot each day for now.
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Fishing Report Provided by ONS - Fishhound Pro Staff (Outdoor News Service) - Jim Matthews
Rating:
3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
| Water Temp:71-80 F | Clarity: Stained
Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
Fishing Report
August 28, 2014
The striper bite remains good and the topwater activity remains very good with boils throughout the day all around the lake. Hot spots have been Necktie Canyon and Dry Gulch. Flukes, Spooks and Kastmasters have been the top lures for the boils. Andrew Knotts, Valencia, had an eight-pound striper fishing a topwater Sammy in Dry Gulch. There has also been a good topwater or jerkbait bite for largemouth and smallmouth bass in the early mornings and then a fair bite late in the afternoons and into the evening on plastics and nightcrawler. John Sprott, Valencia, landed a four-pound largemouth on a Senko off C Point. The catfish are fair to good in 12 to 40 feet of water in most of the coves. Bluegill are slow to fair in eight to 20 feet of water on small nightcrawlers, crickets, or wax worms. Most are 1/4-pounders. The west ramp remains closed. The water will continue to fall this summer and the boat capacity has been reduced from 500 to 300 boats per day. Other species slow. For information call 661-775-6232 or www.CastaicLake.com.
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