Lake Kaweah Fish Report for 2-17-2023
The water level fell to 15 percent of capacity, and bass anglers reported an improved bite
Lake Kaweah - CA (Tulare County)
by Chad Burton and Chris Borden
The water level fell to 15 percent of capacity, and bass anglers reported an improved bite. Drop shot and jigs have both been getting attention near underwater humps and along main lake points. Most of the action came in 10 to 40 feet of water. Bass also took a few crankbaits and spinner baits up a little shallower. Catfish anglers soaked dip bait, chicken liver, and garlic scented nightcrawlers, and crappie took small live minnows and minijigs. There was a trout plant scheduled for this week.
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Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, February 17th
California Aqueduct: Flows have been off and on in the aqueduct
Castaic Lake: The lake held near 56 percent of capacity, and water conditions continue to be poor
Pyramid Lake, CA: The lake level held at 86 percent of capacity, and water conditions continue to improve
Lake Isabella: This week Isabella increased to 22 percent capacity and continues to rise
Kern River: The Upper Kern trout fishing remains one of the best bet
Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, February 10th
California Aqueduct: Anglers reported fair fishing in the aqueduct with catfish as the best bet
Castaic Lake: Lake is still plagued by floating debris and muddy water
Pyramid Lake, CA: Pyramid held at 86 percent of capacity, and water conditions are almost back to normal
Lake Isabella: This week Isabella increased to 21 percent capacity and continues to slowly rise
Kern River: Trout fishing in the Upper Kern has been excellent the last couple of weeks
Lake Kaweah: Water conditions are improving
Lake Success: The lake rose slightly to 27 percent of capacity, and fishing has been fair
River Walk Lakes: River Walk Lakes Fishing Report
Ming Lake: Anglers have been steadily picking away at trout
Buena Vista Lakes: Buena Vista Lake Fishing Report
: Fishing remained fair at Hart Park last week
Lake Nacimiento: Nacimiento remained at 86 percent of capacity and water conditions have improved
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