Oroville Reservoir Fish Report

Lake Oroville - Oroville, CA (Butte County)

by Nor Cal Fish Reports

Coho are on the main body points in depths of 35 to 75 deep. Look for bait near structure. Expect fish two to three pounds. Bass are spread from five to 35 feet of water. Use spinnerbaits near the mudlines. Topwater works early and late. Tubes, worms, shaky baits all work. Catfish from three to seven pounds take cutbaits in the sandy river arms. River is low but steelhead can be caught with nightcrawlers, Gulp eggs or Power Worms. The few salmon being caught are at first light with spinners but the river is too low for decent action. Huntington’s Sportsmen’s Store (530) 534-8000

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