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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3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
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Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
Fishing Report
October 24, 2014
Water temperature is 69 degrees. Striper boils have started to calm down a bit over the past week as Stripers start to dive deeper. Bait, spoons, and Worms have been working around 60 feet at the end of the Fish Arm by Utopia and Dry Gulch. Anglers are also having luck with the same bait and lures around the back side of C-point. Largemouth are continuing to bite on Nightcrawlers and Crank Baits off of the shoreline and over by Old S.S. Catfish are still biting on Mackerel. Lake will be stocked with Trout mid November. Water level is at 1382'.
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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:61-70 F | Clarity: Stained
Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
Fishing Report
October 23, 2014
The striper action remains good with periods of excellent topwater activity, which has been intermittent throughout the day. Boils have been popping up at the end of the Ski Arm, but some activity also off C-Point, the SS Ski, Dry Gulch, at the dam buoy line, and Utopia Cove. Most are close to shore or in the backs of coves where the baitfish get pushed up. The bait bite for stripers has been tougher, but still fair. Chun Woo Lee, Long Beach, had six stripers to three pounds on cranks at Hawk’s Nest. The largemouth bass are often mixed right in with the stripers, and there is a lot of crankbait and topwater action on the largemouth, too, but they are more dispersed. Steve Banks, Los Angeles, landed two bass to three pounds on his custom crank baits. The catfish bite has been consistent with a steady parade of fish to 10 pounds or a little better on anchovies and mackerel. Bluegill and redear are slow with no fishing pressure. The west ramp remains closed. The water will continue to fall this fall 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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