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CA
United States
33° 35' 10.7124" N, 117° 3' 16.272" W
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Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 61-70 F

Largemouth, stripers, and bluegill are all fair to good, with the bluegill perhaps the best bet over the past week. The ‘gills are moving into the spawn and showing in pretty good numbers on red worms, crickets, and nightcrawlers early in the morning, especially near reeds and inside of coves near structure in six to 18 feet of water. The Ramp 1 area across from the marina has been a hot spot. Debbie Valencia, Elsinore, had a 1-2 bluegill on a red worm. The stripers are best near the dam and main lake points on shad, chicken liver, and anchovies. Patricia Sala, Pico Rivera, had a 12-pound striper on chicken liver at the inlet, while Jason Hernandez, Murrieta, landed an eight-pounder on shad at the inlet. The largemouth bite is best on plastics or nightcrawlers. Most of the fish are 1-8 to two pounds, but some bigger. A few catfish are finally starting to show, mostly on cut baits off inside the main points and at the dam. Trout are slow with no recent plants in over a month. Information: store 951-926-1505, marina 951-926-8515, entrance kiosk 951-926-1541.

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

Largemouth, stripers, and bluegill are all fair to good. The ‘gills are moving into the spawn and showing in pretty good numbers on red worms, crickets, and nightcrawlers early in the morning, especially near reeds and inside of coves near structure in six to 18 feet of water. Joe Sanchez, Temecula, landed a 1-3 bluegill on a live cricket off the south shore. The stripers are best near the dam and main lake points on umbrella rigs, with some on cut baits. Corey Valentina, Corona, had a 5-7 bass on chicken liver off the south shore. The largemouth bite is best on plastics or nightcrawlers. Most of the fish are 1-8 to two pounds, but some bigger. John Lovely, Hemet, landed a 4-8 on a Rapala. A few catfish are finally starting to show, mostly on cut baits off inside the main points and at the dam. Trout are slow. Most recent DFW plant was three weeks ago. Information: store 951-926-1505, marina 951-926-8515, entrance kiosk 951-926-1541.

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

The largemouth bite has been very good with the fish up tight in the shallows on beds. Lots of small males in the bite, but some bigger fish. The best action has been on white jigs, small plastics, or nightcrawlers. Karen White, Temecula, landed an eight-pound bass off the north shore. The striper bite has been fair to good at the inlet and dam area this week with a lot of fish to three pounds showing on cut baits, shad, swimbaits, and topwater. Some fish topping six pounds. The bluegill bite has been fair in eight to 10 feet of water in the Launch Ramp No. 1 area and across from the marina. Red worms, wax worms, nightcrawlers, and small jigs tipped with bait have all been getting fish. Braden mohr, Long Beach, had a pair of bluegill and the best was a 1-2 caught on wax worms. A few catfish are finally starting to show, mostly on cut baits off inside the main points and at the dam. Peter Sandez, Temecula, landed a nine-pound cat on chicken liver at the inlet.  Trout are slow, but the DFW is slated to plant this week. Most recent DFW plant was three weeks ago. Information: store 951-926-1505, marina 951-926-8515, entrance kiosk 951-926-1541.

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