Lake Del Valle Fish Report

Del Valle Lake - Livermore, CA (Alameda County)

by Del Valle Marina
(510) 544-3146

For this week most fisherman are targeting the Trout even though the bite isn't well for them. Some get lucky and catch a few nice one or small ones but its hit and miss for everyone. They are mainly biting off shore at either the East Beach or out in the Narrows by Hetch Hetchy and are liking a white and orange color combo. Stripers are still biting on Anchovies in the Narrows and South End, they still boil a little in the Narrows and you're going to want to use top waters or jerk baits. Catfish is slowing down but some may get lucky off shore using Chicken Liver or Anchovies on the East beach or the South End. Largemouth and Smallies are biting on crank baits, jerk baits, or soft plastics around the Narrows and a few coves. There was a plant on 10-31 of 1,000 lbs. From Mt. Lassen and 2,500 lbs from DFW and 500 lbs of Mt Lassen on 11-5 of Trout.

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