Many of the trout fishermen are taking limits from Lake Camanche

Lake Camanche - Wallace, CA

by Lake Camanche Staff
(209) 763-5121

Lake Camanche's inflow from Lake Pardee is currently at 275 c.f.s. The spill is at 0 c.f.s. The outflow from Lake Camanche is currently 452 c.f.s. The lake is 68% full & the water temperature is 54 degrees.

Weekly Weather
North Shore & South Shore

Showers on and off all week with highs in the high 40's to low 50's and lows in the mid to high 30's.

Lake News:
Annual Day Use Passes (with or without vessels) are available year round and are good for 12 months! Don't forget, if you are disabled or a senior (62yrs or older), you get your annual pass at half off the regular price! Stop by either gate or marina store to get yours today.

Gift Certificates are back! Get a $100 certificate for $90 and a $50 certificate for $45 through Dec 31st! They can be used for almost anything in the park.

Fish Plants:
Mt. Lassen Trout delivered 600 lbs to the South shore pond and 600 lbs to the South shore ramp on Monday, December 17th. The North shore ramp was not included in this delivery.

Fishing Report:
The recent rains have allowed the lake level to rise. Once the water settles and clears again, most trout fishermen should be able to catch top lining down to about 15 feet. The most popular baits being used successfully have been white glitter marshmallows, Kast-masters, garlic rainbow power bait, and night crawlers. Anglers have been seen around the fish cleaning stations on both shores when it is not storming out so anglers are catching limits all the way around.

Catch of the week will go to Lonnie Martin of Sacramento with his 7.90 lb trout caught over by Hat Island using a rapala lure. Congratulations Lonnie!

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