Lake Nacimiento Fish Report for 1-6-2023
The Lake rose to 35 percent of capacity
Lake Nacimiento - Bradley, CA (San Luis Obispo County)
by Chad Burton and Chris Borden
The Lake rose to 35 percent of capacity with water conditions similar to chocolate milk. Anglers reported fair fishing with spotted bass falling for finesse baits in 15 to 60 feet of water. Drop shot and darter head jigs both took fish for persistent anglers. Anglers who used their electronics located very deep schools of bass which fell for vertical spoons like War Eagles, Sonars, and tail spins. Catfish ate chicken liver, dip bait, and garlic scented nightcrawlers.
Contact Cope’s Tackle and Rod Shop at 661-679-6351 or check us out online at Tackle and Rod.com
Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop has the largest selection of fishing tackle in the Central Valley. We carry all the equipment from top manufactures to make your fishing trip more successful! Whether your fishing for Bluegill at a local pond or Bluefin Tuna far offshore we are your one stop shop for all your fishing needs.
Our mantra here at Cope’s is “for fishermen, by fishermen.” All our staff truly enjoy the sport and spend a lot of time helping make sure you are enjoying your time on the water. We can guarantee satisfaction when you enter our store - from tips and tricks to providing you with all the gear you will need to keep you on the water and in the game!
It is not only our goal to provide you with the right gear, we also strive to keep you informed of local events, trips, shows, and fishing opportunities.
Our price match guarantee assures each angler the opportunity to get out on the water with the best gear at the lowest price possible. We make it a point to regularly run deals and sales!
Make sure to follow us and Facebook and Instagram to stay informed!
< Previous Report Next Report >
< Previous Report Next Report >
Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, January 6th
California Aqueduct: Fishing was decent for aqueduct anglers
Castaic Lake: Castaic rose to 44 percent of capacity, and debris continue to be an issue
Pyramid Lake, CA: The lake held near 87 percent of capacity
Lake Isabella: Isabella increased this week to 10 percent capacity and continues to rise
Kern River: In the Upper Kern flows have increased and the water clarity is off
Lake Kaweah: Due to continuous storms the lake rose to 28 percent of capacity
Lake Success: Fishing remained fair at Success Lake with trout as the best option
River Walk Lakes: The Amphitheater Lake is full, and the main lake is currently filling up
Ming Lake: The bass action is fair to good
Buena Vista Lakes: Buena Vista Lakes Report
Hart Park Lake: Hart Park anglers reported fair fishing last week
Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, December 16th, 2022
California Aqueduct: Fishing has been fair in the aqueduct
Castaic Lake: Many of the fish have been holding deep on points and along bluff walls
Pyramid Lake, CA: Pyramid lake held at 90 percent of capacity with water temperatures in the upper fifties
Lake Isabella: The lake is slowly increasings and is at 7 percent capacity
Kern River: The last two weeks the Upper Kern River was stocked throughout the 20-mile stretch
Lake Kaweah: The water level rose 12 percent of capacity, and anglers reported fair fishing
Lake Success: Recent rains brought the lake level up to 12 percent of capacity
Ming Lake: Ming was stocked last week with trout and the fishing has been very good
Buena Vista Lakes: The annual trout derby is scheduled for December 17th
Hart Park Lake: Fishing has been fair at Hart Park
Lake Nacimiento: The lake rose significantly rose to 26 percent of capacity
Website Hosting and Design provided by TECK.net