Lake Success Fish Report for 5-5-2023
Success Lake rose to 77 percent of capacity
Lake Success - CA (Tulare County)
by Chad Burton and Chris Borden
Success Lake rose to 77 percent of capacity and water temperatures rose into the mid-sixties. Anglers continue to report an improving bass bite, but it’s not wide open spring fishing just yet. Anglers fooled fish with Senkos, drop shot, and twin tailed grubs in 5 to 25 feet of water. More fish have been reported moving up to spawn. Crappie anglers fooled fish over submerged structure with minijigs and small live minnows working for bites.
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Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, May 5th
California Aqueduct: Aqueduct fishing has been of fire
Castaic Lake: The lake fell to 94 percent of capacity and water conditions continue to improve
Pyramid Lake: The lake rose to 93 percent of capacity, and the bite had really improved
Lake Isabella: Isabella has increased to 61 percent of capacity
Kern River: In the Upper Kern, the high flows to 6000 CFS have made it difficult to fish
Lake Kaweah: The lake rose to 23 percent of capacity, and fishing has been decent for bass anglers
Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, April 21st
California Aqueduct: Catfish anglers reported a solid bite on SSS dip bait, chicken liver, and cut baits
Castaic Lake: The lower lake has been a very popular spot with bass anglers
Pyramid Lake: Pyramid rose to 91 percent of capacity, and water conditions are improving
Lake Isabella: Crappie seem to be getting more active
Kern River: The recent storms and high flows have slowed things here
Lake Kaweah: Lake Kaweah Report
Lake Success: Bass anglers reported better conditions overall
River Walk Lakes: The trout bite has been solid
Ming Lake: The Bass action is solid here
Buena Vista Lakes: The bass and crappie bite took off at BV
Hart Park Lake: The bite really picked up at Hart Park last week
Lake Nacimiento: Bass anglers reported an improving bite
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