Del Valle Lake has been excellent fishing for Stripers, Catfish & Trout this week

Del Valle Lake - Livermore, CA (Alameda County)


by Del Valle Marina
11-20-2013
(510) 544-3146
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Marina Hours: 6:00 am to 8:00 pm
Park Hours: 6:00 am to 9:00 pm.
Water Temperature: 63 Degrees, at the dock.
Water Level: No mention was made about the water level this week.
Water Clarity: No mention was made about water clarity.
Fish Plants: On November 7, 1,000 lbs. of trout were planted from Mt. Lassen.
On November 14, 1,000 lbs. of trout were planted from Mt. Lassen.

Fish Report:
Fishing has been steady for Stripers, Catfish and Trout this week. Stripers have been hitting Jigs, Topwater lures and Anchovies in the early morning or evening in the Narrows and South End. Trout have been in the shallow waters of the South End and anglers fishing along the shoreline have been successful using Nightcrawlers and bright colored PowerBait. Bass are still hard to find with water temperatures dropping.

Pictured Above: Greg & Garret Preston from Livermore caught an 18.5 lb. Striper on Anchovies in the Narrows.

Photo #1: Daryl Hill from San Jose caught a 6.23 lb. Trout on PowerWorms in front of the Marina
Photo #2: Robert Hargrove of Livermore caught a 14.1 lb. Striper on anchovies in the Narrows.
Photo #3: Jose Jimenez from East Palo Alto caught a 4.23 lb. Trout on Nightcrawlers in the Narrows.
Photo # 4: Warren Brockett from Mt. View caught a 7.73 lb. Catfish on anchovies in the Narrows.


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