Lake Kaweah Fish Report for 5-19-2023
The lake rose to 20 percent of capacity
Lake Kaweah - CA (Tulare County)
by Chad Burton and Chris Borden
The lake rose to 20 percent of capacity, and bass anglers reported catching between 5 and 10 fish on most outings. Spotted bass and largemouth fell for Senkos, Shaky heads, and Carolina rigs with Green Pumpkin, Baby Bass, and Aaron’s Magic fooling fish. Anglers also used jigs to fool larger females in deeper water. Crappie anglers used minijigs, Get Bent Baits Shad Sliders and small live minnows over submerged structure to score limits, and catfish ate dip bait, garlic scented nightcrawlers, and cut sardines. The DFWL had a scheduled trout plant here this week.
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Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, May 19th
California Aqueduct: The double-digit stripers just keep biting
Castaic Lake: The lake rose to 96 percent of capacity and water temperatures rose to the mid-sixties
Pyramid Lake: Bass anglers reported good fishing
Lake Isabella: Isabella has increased to 64 percent of capacity
Kern River: In the Upper Kern, the high flows have made it difficult to fish
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
Lake Success: Success Lake rose to 77 percent of capacity
River Walk Lakes: River Walker Lakes Fishing Report
Ming Lake: At Ming the Bass bite continues to be solid
: Anglers reported good fishing at BV with bass and crappie taking the bait
Hart Park Lake: Anglers reported another good week of fishing at Hart Park
Lake Nacimiento: The lake fell to 93 percent of capacity, and fishing has been decent
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