Lake Nacimiento Fish Report for 2-2-2024
This week’s storms pushed the Naci well above 60 percent of its storage capacity
Lake Nacimiento - Bradley, CA (San Luis Obispo County)
by Chad Burton and Chris Borden
This week’s storms pushed the Naci well above 60 percent of its storage capacity. Spotted bass held in 10 to 50 feet of water, and bass anglers reported fair to decent fishing. Blade baits, tailspins, and spoons fooled fish holding deeper in the water column. Those same baits also took plenty of white bass. Drop shot, Senkos, Keitechs on the underspin, and darter head grubs took bass as well. Catfish ate cut baits and dip bait, but there were few reports from the whisker fish crowd. Crappie anglers looked for fish over submerged structure with the pan fish falling for minijigs and small live minnows.
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Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, February 2nd
California Aqueduct: Aqueduct anglers reported typical midwinter conditions
Castaic Lake: The lake held near 76 percent of its capacity
Pyramid Lake, CA: Trout were the best bet at Pyramid with anglers doing well in the marina
Lake Isabella: The bass action is starting to improve a bit
Kern River: The Upper Kern remains one of your best bets for limit style trout fishing
Lake Kaweah: Recent rains have steadily increased the lake level to nearly 20 percent of its capacity
Lake Success: Success Lake rose to 21 percent of its capacity, and fishing has been fair
River Walk Lakes: River Walk was stocked again with trout on Monday
Ming Lake: The trout bite improved this week after it got planted
Buena Vista Lakes: Crappie have been the best bet at BV with several report of limits
Hart Park Lake: Fishing remained fair at Hart Park
Cope's Tackle and Rod Shop Reportsfor Friday, January 26th
California Aqueduct: California Aqueduct Report
Castaic Lake: Anglers continue to report fair fishing
Pyramid Lake, CA: The lake remained near 85 percent of its capacity, and fishing has been good
Lake Isabella: The bass action has been fair this past week
Kern River: Here at the Upper Kern, the trout bite continues to be consistent
Lake Kaweah: Recent rains increased the lake level to 16 percent of its capacity, and fishing remained fair
Lake Success: The lake rose to 19 percent of its capacity, and bass anglers reported another cold week
River Walk Lakes: Stocked last Friday with trout and anglers wasted no time getting out there and scoring
Ming Lake: Trout were stocked last week, and the fishing has been consistent
Buena Vista Lakes: Trout anglers spent more time fishing than catching last week
Hart Park Lake: Winter fishing techniques have been the best way to catch largemouth at Hart Park
Lake Nacimiento: After recent storms the lake rose above 60 percent of its capacity
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