Santa Margarita Lake Fishing Report

Santa Margarita Lake - CA (San Luis Obispo County)

by Santa Margarita Lake Staff

Fishing is still doing good. Bass are hitting on various baits crank, swim and also worms in shallower water at the narrows. Pan fish, such as bluegill and red ear, are not doing bad on jigs and worms also in the shallow water in coves. We have not heard much about Crappie but Catfish are still going strong in the tall grasses in the coves.

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Fish are still putting a smile on the face of all anglers. Kids are having a ball with panfish, especially blue gill. Crappie and Red ear are active as well. Decent size catfish have been taken still hanging in the coves in grassy area. Bass are biting at the narrows on standard bait such as crank swim and on occasional drop shot with rubber worm and jumbo night crawlers as well. ...... Read More

Pan fish, especially bluegill, are hitting big time this last week off of worms in the coves. Catfish are doing well in the grassy areas. Most Red Ear, I have heard are being caught this last weekend, some up to 2 pounds plus off of worms as well. Crappie has been slow and bass is still active on various baits in different areas of the lake. ...... Read More



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