Location

CA
United States
33° 40' 55.9596" N, 117° 1' 44.8104" W

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Fishing Report Provided by Diamond Valley Marina - Tammy
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3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
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Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
Fishing Report
July 18, 2014
GENERAL CONDITIONS Lake Elevation: 1691.0 Surface Water Temp: 83.5 degrees Fish Plants: Trout plants are finished for the season. Lake Hours: 5:30am-6:45pm Weather: The Forecasts show temperatures in the mid 60’s to high 90’s with a chance of rain on Monday and Tuesday. Please come in the Marina store and tell us your fish stories! BASS Anglers are catching few bass between 2-3 pounds. The bass are in the 15-35 ft range. Drop shotting purple, brown, and pink colored plastics works best for catching bass. Senko’s and creature baits are also working great! STRIPER Anglers are catching few stripers between 4-13pounds. Cut bait works best for catching striper. When shad and trout are breaking the surface, it’s best to use lures that mimic them for top water boils. Vern Galliher of Hemet caught a 13.1 pound striper trolling a fly along the west dam! CATFISH There were many reports of catfish caught between 5-10 pounds! Stink bait, cut bait and night crawlers work best for catfish. PANFISH Anglers are catching many panfish 1 pound and under! Night crawlers, mini jigs and mealworms work best for catching panfish. TROUT- There were no reports of trout caught this week. Typical bait for trout is Powerbait, night crawlers and mini jigs.
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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: Cloudy
Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
Fishing Report
July 17, 2014
The largemouth bass bite has been fair with some flurries of good topwater action early and late in the day. Most of the fish are two to four pounds and showing in 15 to 35 feet of water on drop-shot plastics. Senkos and Creature Baits are also good bets. The striper bite is fair on bait drifted in deeper water, but the surface action on boiling fish is a better bet early and late in the day. Vern Galliher, Hemet, landed a 13.1-pound striper trolling a white fly along the west dam. Catfish are fair to good but getting little fishing pressure. Cut baits off the mail lake points and mouths of the bays and coves have been the bet bet. Most are quality fish from four to six pounds with some bigger. The bluegill and redear action is slow to fair with the bite best on smaller fish on crickets, wax worms, meal worms, red worms, and nightcrawlers. Boats inspected and tagged “quagga free” at Diamond Valley are also allowed on Perris and Silverwood. For general lake and launch information, call 800-590-LAKE. For fishing and boat rental info call the marina at 951-926-7201 or www.dvmarina.com or Last Chance Bait and Tackle at 951-658-7410 or www.lastchancetackle.com.
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