Recent Plants Giving Anglers The Bite
Lake Camanche - Wallace, CA
by Lake Camanche Staff
Anticipating the rains and runoff EBMUD has increased outflow to the Mokelumne River from Lake Camanche to approximately 2,796 C.F.S. As of 2/25/19, the lake was reading 76% full with an elevation of 221.27′.
Heavy rains and substantial releases from Pardee Lake, has floating debris from the Lancha Plana Bridge back up the arm of the lake toward Pardee. The Lake beyond the Narrows was clear of floating debris. Pardee was releasing 1,342 C.F.S. into Lake Camanche.
Lake Camanche received a huge plant of Mt. Lassen trout that were planted on Thursday 2/21/19 for a total of 3,600 lbs. The Pond received 1,200 lbs. as well as 1,200 lbs. to both the south boat ramp and the north ramp. Another plant is scheduled sometime before next weekend going only to the south shore at the boat ramp.
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