Lake Nacimiento Fish Report for 1-12-2024
Bass anglers worked deeper in the water column for bites
Lake Nacimiento - Bradley, CA (San Luis Obispo County)
by Chad Burton and Chris Borden
The lake rose slightly to 58 percent of its capacity, and fishing has been decent. Bass anglers worked deeper in the water column for bites. Spotted bass took drop shot, darter heads, and spoons as deep as 40 feet. Anglers reported plenty of smaller fish with the occasional largemouth over three pounds. Catfish anglers got bit using chicken liver, dip bait, and cut mackerel. Crappie anglers used their electronics to locate tight schools of fish over submerged structure. The panfish fell for minijigs and small swimbaits.
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Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, January 12th
Castaic Lake: The lake remained near 76 percent of capacity, and fishing has been fair
Pyramid Lake, CA: The lake fell to 85 percent of its capacity
Lake Isabella: The Crappie bite has been solid on day’s anglers are able to get out between storms
Kern River: In the Upper Kern we continue to get good reports of steady trout action
Lake Kaweah: Kaweah lake rose to 13 percent of capacity
Lake Success: The lake remained at 15 percent of its capacity, and bass fishing has been fair
River Walk Lakes: River Walk the DFWL have a scheduled trout stocking for next week
Ming Lake: The bite should improve after the plant next week
Buena Vista Lakes: Buena Vista Lakes Fishing Report
Hart Park Lake: Hart Park fishing has been fair
Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, January 5th
Castaic Lake: Castaic Lake held near 76 percent of capacity
Pyramid Lake, CA: The trout bite has slowed as the rainbows spread throughout the lake
Lake Isabella: The bass bite improved last week for numbers
Kern River: Trout fishing in the Upper Kern has been excellent throughout the 20-mile stretch
Lake Kaweah: The lake rose to 12 percent of capacity, and anglers reported fair fishing
Lake Success: Success Lake held near 15 percent of capacity, and fishing has been fair
River Walk Lakes: River Walk Lakes Fishing Report
Ming Lake: The bass action is fair to good on swimbaits, finessed soft plastics and crankbaits
Buena Vista Lakes: The rainbows kept anglers busy over the last few weeks with trout up to ten pounds hitting the scales
Hart Park Lake: Fishing was fair at Hart Park with bass and bluegill as the best bets
Lake Nacimiento: Nacimiento Lake held near 57 percent of capacity
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