Location

CA
United States
34° 23' 36.9456" N, 119° 20' 52.4976" W

Fishing Reports

3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 71-80 F

     CASITAS: The bass bite is fair to good with a lot of one- to two-pound fish showing on nightcrawlers, plastics, reaction baits, and topwater baits. The best bite is early and late in the day. Live shad are getting tough to get and haven’t been producing any better than plastics or jerk baits lately. Bluegill (and a few redear) are good for anglers fishing half or a third of a nightcrawler fly-lined or fished with a small weight to get them on the bottom. Some to a pound or better. The crappie and trout bites have finally pretty much shut down, and there have been few reports on catfish. Bowfishing is allowed here for carp, but only from a boat after 8 a.m. the water visibility has declined with the heat and algae growth, but carp to 10 pounds or more are being stuck each week. Lake staff must approve bows. Private boats must be inspected for quagga mussels and face a 35-day dry dock requirement before being allowed to launch. Information: 805-649-2043 or www.casitasboatrentals.com.

3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 61-70 F

Little change. The bass bite remains fair with a lot of one- to two-pound fish showing on nightcrawlers, plastics, reaction baits, and topwater baits. The best bite is early and late in the day. Live shad are still being dipped early in the mornings, but the bass aren’t focusing so much on the shad, while the best crappie action continues to be on the shad. Overall, the crappie are just fair, but most fish are still nice quality 1-8 class fish with a few over two pounds. Trout are very slow, but a few pan-sized fish to 14 inches are showing on nightcrawlers (or occasionally on shad) in 10 to 25 feet of water for shore or boat anglers, and some trollers are working for trout. Catfish are getting little pressure, but when an angler soaks cut baits in six to 20 feet of water, the bite has been good. The bluegill and redear are fair on red worms and nightcrawlers for shoreline anglers. Bowfishing is allowed here for carp, but only from a boat after 8 a.m. the water visibility has declined with the heat and algae growth, but carp to 10 pounds or more are being stuck each week. Lake staff must approve bows. Private boats must be inspected for quagga mussels and face a 35-day dry dock requirement before being allowed to launch. Information: 805-649-2043 or www.casitasboatrentals.com.

3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 61-70 F

     CASITAS: The bass bite has been fair to good with a lot of one- to two-pound fish showing on nightcrawlers, plastics, reaction baits, and topwater baits. The best bite is early and late in the day. Live shad are still being dipped early in the mornings, but the bass aren’t focusing so much on the shad, while the best crappie action continues to be on the shad. Overall, the crappie are just fair, but most fish are still nice quality 1-8 class fish with a few over two pounds. Trout are very slow, but a few pan-sized fish to 14 inches are showing on nightcrawlers (or occasionally on shad) in 10 to 25 feet of water for shore or boat anglers, and some trollers are working for trout. Catfish are getting little pressure, but when an angler soaks cut baits in six to 20 feet of water, the bite has been good. The bluegill and redear are fair on red worms and nightcrawlers for shoreline anglers. Bowfishing is allowed here for carp, but only from a boat after 8 a.m. the water visibility has declined with the heat and algae growth, but carp to 10 pounds or more are being stuck each week. Lake staff must approve bows. Private boats must be inspected for quagga mussels and face a 35-day dry dock requirement before being allowed to launch. Information: 805-649-2043 or www.casitasboatrentals.com.

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