Lake Camanche Fishing Report

Lake Camanche - Wallace, CA

by California Delta Chambers & Visitors Bureau

Trout plants continue to the tune of 3600 pounds of Mt. Lassen Hatchery rainbows this past week with the plant split evenly between the North Shore Marina, the South Shore Marina and the pond.  Trollers working the Narrows continue to score on some trophy rainbows weighing in excess of six pounds.  Most are being caught on the troll using white grubs with a chartreuse Power Egg or an oranger grub with a white Power Egg on a set back of 120 feet for an estimated depth of 8 feet at the deepest.

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