Lake Kaweah Fish Report for 9-1-2023
Kaweah fell to 50 percent of capacity and fishing remained decent
Lake Kaweah - CA (Tulare County)
by Chad Burton and Chris Borden
Kaweah fell to 50 percent of capacity and fishing remained decent. Spotted bass took poppers and Whopper Ploppers at first light. After that stick baits, drop shot, and Ned rigs worked for bites in 10 to 20 feet of water. The Peoples Worm, Aaron’s Magic, and Green Pumpkin have been fooling fish. Catfish took garlic scented nightcrawlers, cut baits, and Triple S dip bait. Crappie anglers worked their offerings over submerged brush with small live minnows, small swimbaits, and crappie jigs fooling the sunfish.
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Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, September 1st
Castaic Lake: The lake held near 94 percent of capacity, and water temperatures hovered near eighty degrees
Pyramid Lake, CA: The lake held at 92 percent of capacity, and water temperatures remained in the upper seventies
Lake Isabella: Trout continue to be the best bet here
Kern River: The flows in the Upper Kern have settled back down from Tropical Storm Hillary
Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, August 25th
Castaic Lake: Castaic rose to 94 percent of capacity, and water temperatures held near eighty degrees
Pyramid Lake, CA: Pyramid Lake rose to 92 percent of capacity, and water temperatures were in the upper seventies
Lake Isabella: Crappie fishing remains decent around structure with live minnows
Kern River: In the Upper Kern, the flows have increased this week from Tropical Storm Hillary
Lake Kaweah: The lake fell to 59 percent of capacity and fishing remained good
Lake Success: The lake held near 75 percent of capacity and anglers reported decent fishing
River Walk Lakes: Bluegill remain the best bet here
Ming Lake: The bass bite has been fair to good in the early morning and late afternoon
Buena Vista Lakes: Anglers reported good fishing for all species at BV
Hart Park Lake: Hart Park has been a good local spot for bass anglers
Lake Nacimiento: Naci fell to 73 percent of capacity, and fishing remained decent
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