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CA
United States
32° 59' 19.95" N, 116° 34' 56.514" W

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Fishing Report
February 13, 2015

     POWAY: Trout plant last week perked the action. Most trout are being caught trolling the middle part of the lake, but shore anglers are finding good action in Half Moon Bay. A few catfish continue to show along the log boom. Lake information: 858-668-4772, tackle shop recording 858-486-1234, or www.poway.org.
     JENNINGS: Trout action is fair and improving with each plant. There was a plant last week. Chris Redquest, Allied Gardens, landed the week;’s best fish at 10 pounds. Tyler Reese, Ramona, had trout at 9-8 and 7-12, both on Power Worms in Hermit Cove. Fish are starting to show in better numbers for shore anglers and the mid-lake troll bite remains good. PowerBait for the deep rainbows or small jigs are for the cruisers. A few bass continue to show on plastics and jigs in deeper water, but no swimbait fish this past week. Information: 619-390-1300 or www.lakejennings.org. 
     MORENA: Slow to fair trout action. Matt Machado, Live Oaks, had a limit of rainbows on nightcrawlers this past week and it included an 8-8 rainbow, the best of the week. Bass fair on drop-shot plastics with the fish moving up with the warming water conditions. A few catfish reported, but still no bluegill or crappie. Information: 24-hour fishing update line 619-478-5473, ranger station 619-579-4101, or lakemorena.com.
     CUYAMACA: No report, but a DFW trout plant went in last week. Information: 760-765-0515 or www.lakecuyamaca.org.
     HENSHAW: No reports. Information: 760-782-3501. 

 

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Fishing Report
February 3, 2015

     POWAY: Next plant will be Feb. 4. The trout action has been slow since the last plant two weeks ago. Most trout are being caught trolling the middle part of the lake with some for shore anglers in Half Moon Bay. A few catfish continue to show along the log boom. The 20th Annual Youth Fishing Derby will be Feb. 7. Lake information: 858-668-4772, tackle shop recording 858-486-1234, or www.poway.org.
     JENNINGS: Trout action is fair and improving with each plant. The next plant is this week. Fish are starting to show in better numbers for shore anglers and the mid-lake troll bite remains good. PowerBait for the deep rainbows or small jigs are for the cruisers. Top rainbow reported a 10-4 rainbow caught by James Ruby, Lemon Grove, on a mini jig off Sentry Point, while a 6-12 was landed by Kathy Gary, Carson, on a trolled Rapala off Half Moon Cove. A few bass continue to show on plastics and jigs in deeper water, but no swimbait fish this past week. Information: 619-390-1300 or www.lakejennings.org. 
     MORENA: Slow trout action with no plant in four weeks, but there is a slow to fair bass bite on deeply-fished jigs and plastics. Slow other species. Information: 24-hour fishing update line 619-478-5473, ranger station 619-579-4101, or lakemorena.com.
     CUYAMACA: No report. Information: 760-765-0515 or www.lakecuyamaca.org.
     HENSHAW: No reports. Information: 760-782-3501. 

 

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