Lake Nacimiento Fish Report for 3-31-2023
Reports remain on the slow side
Lake Nacimiento - Bradley, CA (San Luis Obispo County)
by Chad Burton and Chris Borden
Nacimiento rose to 91 percent of capacity, and the water is still very dirty. Reports remain on the slow side, but the bite is improving. Some spotted bass took finesse baits and Senkos in 10 to 30 feet of water. There were also reports of white bass on vertical spoons and crappie taking minijigs and small swimbaits over submerged structure.
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Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, March 31st
California Aqueduct: Aqueduct flows remained wide open which made for tougher fishing conditions
Castaic Lake: Spring bite is just around the corner
Pyramid Lake, CA: High winds and wet weather this week
Lake Isabella: Isabella has decreased to 61 percent of capacity as outflow supersedes inflow
Kern River: The recent storms and high flows have slowed things here
Lake Kaweah: Kaweah remains choked with debris
Lake Success: Success Lake fell to 65 percent of capacity with outflows doubling inflows for most of the week
River Walk Lakes: Trout bite has slowed
Ming Lake: The bass are moving into their Springtime action
Buena Vista Lakes: Trout anglers are still picking away at the remaining trout
Hart Park Lake: Fishing was decent at Hart Park last week
Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, March 24th
California Aqueduct: California Aqueduct Report
Castaic Lake: The lake rose to 75 percent of capacity, and it looks like we may reach full pool for the spring
Pyramid Lake, CA: Water conditions remain dirty due to continued storms
Lake Isabella: Isabella has increased to 63 percent of capacity and rising
Kern River: The recent storms and continued high flows have slowed things here
Lake Kaweah: Kaweah is unfishable and unsafe for boaters due to massive amounts of debris
Lake Success: Recent storms brought in more debris, and the lake is unsafe for boating
River Walk Lakes: River Walk Lakes Fishing Report
Ming Lake: The recent storms have pushed a lot of fish off their beds and the bite slowed
Buena Vista Lakes: BV received another plant with 3000 pounds of fresh trout
Hart Park Lake: Hart Park Lake became one of our local hot spots last week
Lake Nacimiento: Naci fluctuated between 83 and 88 percent of capacity during recent storms
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