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Lake Skinner Fishing Report

Lake Skinner - Temecula, CA (Riverside County)


by Lake Skinner Marina Staff
10-21-2018
(951) 926-8515
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The water temperature is 76 degrees. Fall turnover conditions allow fish to go deeper, where most likely they will remain for winter. Blue Gill: Low Action: Blue Gills can still be caught, go deeper with night crawlers/mini jigs like Slab Jiggies. Catfish: Medium Action: Cut bait, chicken liver and anchovies work.... Go deeper waters. Striper: High Action: Early morning boils. Shad and threadfin have been found near marina and launch ramp 2. Large Mouth: Medium Action: Early morning bite is best for bigger bass. They are in deeper water, try dropshotting roboworms and Texas rigged Senkos.

Trout: No Action. Carp: Low Action: Big carp ready to catch. Use your favorite carp dough balls, along the banks or under heavy cover. 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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10-14-2018
The water temperature is 74 degrees. Water level is still up. Striper: Medium Action: Striper boils early morning hours over by the ramp 2 and East End, using cut mackerels, shad, spooks and chicken livers. Blue Gill: Slow Action: This week there has been reports of Blue Gill over by the marina using meal worms and wax worms. Catfish: Medium Action: This week there has been plenty of cats being caught over at ramp 2 and also ramp 1, coves...... Read More

10-2-2018
The water temperature is 77-78 degrees. Striper: Medium Action: Striper boils early morning & evening hours over by the dam, top water bites, catching over at the inlet/dam area, using cut mackerels, shad, spooks and chicken livers. Blue Gill: Slow Action: This week there has been reports of blue gill over at the marina using meal worms and wax worms. Catfish: High Action: This week there has been plenty of cats being caught over at ramp 2 and ramp...... Read More


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