Lake Del Valle Fishing Report

Del Valle Lake - Livermore, CA (Alameda County)

Lake Del Valle Fishing Report
Grayson Neiser from San Jose caught 1 Striper that weight in at 3.35 lbs. in the Lower Narrows on anchovies.
Photo Credit: Del Valle Marina

by Del Valle Marina
6-20-2022
(510) 544-3146
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Weather: Weather at the lake has been ranging from the low 60s to about 88 degrees. The water surface temperature in the marina area is 74 degrees

Clarity of water: TThe water has been clearing up around the Marina and clarity will increase as you get closer to the dam. The water level is higher than normal for this time of year.

Hot spots: The hot spots have been the Narrows, South Beach, Swallow Bay

WHAT BAIT TO USE!!

Stripers - Anchovies, Sardines

Catfish - Chicken Liver, Anchovies, Sardines and Night Crawlers. Catfish tend to not be interested in any lures.

Trout - Power bait, Night Crawlers, have been working well. Trout also love lures such as Panther Martins, Kastmaster, Rooster Tails, and all types of small Spinners, Atomic Tubes

Largemouth/ Smallmouth - Plastic Worms have been a good choice, another good choice is Jigs or Drop Shots, various spinners

Crappie/Panfish - Night Crawlers, Redworms, and little Micro Jigs have been working good as well.

Don’t forget that to fish at Lake Del Valle, everyone ages 16 and older must have a Lake Del Valle Fishing permit and a California Fishing License. The Lake Del Valle permit is $5.00 per day. They can be purchased at either the entry kiosk or the Marina/Bait Store. The California Fishing License is $17.54 per day or $54.00 per year for a Resident of California. The California Fishing License can be purchased at the Marina/Bait Store. Also, a reminder after all fish plants please make sure you wait 2 hours before fishing the plant.



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