Lake Camanche Fishing Report

Lake Camanche - Wallace, CA

by Lake Camanche Staff
(209) 763-5121

Lake Camanche is coming up very fast with all the spring runoff from the mountains! Pardee Lake is still at 101% of capacity releasing and spilling over 4,000 C.F.S. into Camanche. AS of this report the Lake Camanche’s elevation is 233.34.

As of this report the lake is 96% full and raising about a percentage a day. If this rate continues the lake could possibly spill for the first time in 20 years. It’s great to see all this water but it does come with some issues too. High water means that the ramps are a little flatter as it nears the top of the ramp and may be a harder to launch bigger boats.

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