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

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Fishing Report Provided by ONS - Fishhound Pro Staff (Outdoor News Service) - Jim Matthews
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Fishing Report
April 24, 2014
The bass bite has been very consistent for fish from two to five pounds. The best action has been in 15 to 30 feet of water on plastics, swim baits, and cranks. There are also still some fish up shallow, but the algae bloom seemed to move most fish out of the shallows. Stripers action really started to turn on in the past week to 10 days, especially for anglers trolling white flies. But some fish are also showing on boils of shad. Most of the stripers are running four to six pounds. Derek and Daniel Quinonez and Kenny Baldwin, all Riverside, had 18 stripers to six pounds on the white flies, while Kevin Deemer, Hemet, had 10 fish, also to six pounds and also on white flies. The final Mt. Lassen trout plant of the season went in two weeks ago, but a fair number of trout continue to show on small trout plastics and trout jigs. A few bluegill and redear are also starting to be caught with some to nearly two pounds reported, and more and more catfish are being reported each week. Boats inspected and tagged “quagga free” at Diamond Valley will also be 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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Fishing Report Provided by Diamond Valley Marina - Tammy
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Fishing Report
April 24, 2014
General Conditions Lake Elevation: 1704.8 Surface Water Temp: 67.8 degrees Fish Plants: Trout plants are finished for the season. Lake Hours: 6:00am-6:15pm Weather: The Forecasts show temperatures in the mid 50’s to mid 80’s. Please come in the Marina store and tell us your fish stories! BASS The bass bite remains consistent! Anglers are catching bass between 3-8 pounds. The bass are in the 15-30 ft range. Drop shotting purple, pink and green colored plastics works best for catching bass. Senko’s and night crawlers are also working great! If the algae remains at the surface of the water, try using plastics that are a different shade of green than the algae. STRIPER Anglers are catching many stripers between 5-6 pounds! Trolling with flies 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. Derek Quinonez, Daniel Quinonez and Kenny Baldwin caught a total of 18 striper trolling flies! Kevin Deemer caught his limit of ten striper also trolling flies! CATFISH There were few reports of catfish caught this week between 4-5 pounds. Stink bait and cut bait work best for catfish. PANFISH There were few panfish caught this week a pound and under. Night crawlers and mealworms work best for catching panfish. TROUT Anglers are catching trout between 4-6 pounds! Powerbait, night crawlers and mini jigs work best for trout. LAKE RECORDS Lake Record Striper April 25, 2012: Nhan Doan of LA caught a 34.77 pound striper. Location not specified. Lake Record Largemouth Bass March 16, 2007: Mike Long of Poway, 16.43 lb bass. He was fishing the west dam with a 6" "Real Trout" Rago swimbait. Lake Record Pan fish February 21, 2012: Jeff Burke of Moreno Valley caught a 4.48 pound redear fishing a cove with a nightcrawler. Lake Record Catfish March 2, 2012: Richard Skilliter of Anaheim caught a 56.8 pound catfish fishing with shrimp. Lake Record Trout March 14, 2009: Andrew Avalos of Hemet caught a 15.45 pound trout. He was fishing with Powerbait near the east dam. Gift certificates are available in the Marina or by calling 1-800-590-LAKE. Please come in the Marina store and tell us your fish stories!
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