Lake Nacimiento Fish Report for 11-18-2022
The Lake held near 17 percent of capacity
Lake Nacimiento - Bradley, CA (San Luis Obispo County)
by Chad Burton and Chris Borden
The Lake held near 17 percent of capacity, and fishing has switched gears. Anglers reported a slower bite with bass holding in deeper water. Drop shot, Ned rigs, and Neko rigs scored fish in 15 to 30 feet of water with Ox Blood, Hologram Shad, and Green Pumpkin as the favored colors. Deep diving crankbaits and jigs also connected. White bass fell for trolled spoons, in-line spinners, and white swimbaits. Catfish went for nightcrawlers, chicken liver, and cut mackerel.
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Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, November 18th
California Aqueduct: Colder weather is upon us
Castaic Lake: Water temperatures fell into the low sixties
Pyramid Lake, CA: The catfish bite has been excellent
Lake Isabella: The Bass bite has been solid on some days and slower on others
Kern River: Anglers have had some action throughout the 20-mile stretch
Lake Kaweah: Bass moved deeper into the water column
Lake Success: Fishing has been fair at Lake Success
Ming Lake: Ming Lake Report
Buena Vista Lakes: Catfish and crappie have been the best bet at BV
Hart Park Lake: Hart Park Lake Report
Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, November 11th
California Aqueduct: Anglers reported another week of huge striper catches
Castaic Lake: The lake is transitioning into an early winter pattern
Pyramid Lake, CA: Water temperature dropped into the mid-sixties
Lake Isabella: The fishing has been more for quality then numbers
Kern River: The trout bite in the Upper Kern is fair for both holdovers and natives
Lake Kaweah: The bass bite has been hit or miss
Lake Success: Bass anglers reported fair fishing
Ming Lake: At Ming Lake the bass action is decent
Buena Vista Lakes: Anglers reported a fair bite at Buena Vista Lakes
Hart Park Lake: The cold weather slowed the bass bite at Hart Park
Lake Nacimiento: The bite finally showed signs of slowing down
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