Lake Camanche Fishing Report April 14th

Lake Camanche - Wallace, CA

Brandon Pekarek posted on FB 4/7 and wrote, “Hit Lake Camanche again today with my son and my buddy Ron. In the water at 6:30 and straight for Big Hat Island. Trolled speedy shiners at 14′ at 2.8 mph and had multiple takedowns, sometimes even doubles. We landed the first 6 in less than 2 hours and then finished the day with 3 more for a total of 9. Off the water by noon because It was hot as hell out today and lots of boats. All in all a great day with my son and my work buddy. Answered Question: yesterday the majority of the fish were caught on variations of orange colored lures. But the week before when we caught 13 there was no particular color pattern.”
Photo Credit: Courtesy of Lake Camanche Staff

by Lake Camanche Staff
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Lake Camanche continues to fill reaching an elevation of 221.35′ and 76% full as of this report. The Lake was receiving 3,004 C.F.S. from Pardee while releasing 2,401 C.F.S. into the Mokelumne River.

For more information regarding water levels, you can visit

Mt. Lassen Trout stocked 900 lbs. of rainbow trout to the south pond and 900 lbs. to the lake at the south boat ramp.

We are excited to announce that the Trout pond will receive 500 lbs. of Lightning Trout and 700 lbs. Rainbows sometime before next weekend. The will be receiving 2,400 Lbs. to the lake split between both shores dropped at the boat ramps.

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