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Lake Skinner Fishing Report

Lake Skinner - Temecula, CA (Riverside County)


by Lake Skinner Marina Staff
9-2-2018
(951) 926-8515
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Happy Labor Day! The water temperature is 78 degrees, water level is up... Next Stock of Catfish will be September 1411, 2018, 400 pounds...Striper: Medium Action: Stripers have picked up lately catching these beauties over at the inlet/dam area, using cut mackerels, shad and chicken livers. Blue GM: Medium Action: There has been reports of Bluegills across from the Marina using meal worms, red worms, and night crawlers. Catfish: High Action: This week there has been plenty of cats being caught over at Ramp 2, coves and Catfish Alley, hitting on chicken livers, mackerels, and anchovies. Last Stock of Catfish was August 31st, 2018, 400 pounds. Large Mouth: Medium to Slow Action: The largemouth bass are over on the North Shore and across from the Marina, night crawlers seem to working best. Trout: No Action... Trout Plants should be starting in the next few months. Carp: Medium Action: Any kind of bait will do, a fun way to teach the kiddos how to fish! Stop by the camp store or marina and share your fishing stories with us and get a picture taken so we can post it on FB.



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8-26-2018
The water temperature is 80 degrees. Water level is up. Last Stock of Catfish was on August 17, 2018, 400 pounds...Free Fishing in The State of California on September 1st, 2018, No License Required. Park Permit still required at Skinner. Catfish: High Action: Big guys still being caught, laying in the shallows getting sun, many Happy Anglers catching these cats on anchovies, sardines, chicken liver and dough baits, really any super smelly bait will do. In the middle of the...... Read More

8-19-2018
The water temperature is 78 degrees. Next Stock of Catfish will be August 31, 2018, 400 pounds. Striper: Slow Action: Stripers are still being caught over by the dam, using mackerels and shad. Blue Gill: Slow Action: Blue Gill bite has been very slow the past few weeks. The bait of choice would be red worm, meal worms and of course wax worms. Catfish: High Action: Last Stock of Catfish was August 17th, 2018, 400 pounds. Cats are pretty much...... Read More


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