Lake Skinner Fishing Report

Lake Skinner - Temecula, CA (Riverside County)

by Lake Skinner Marina Staff
(951) 926-8515

The Marina is now closing at 4pm. The water temperature is 76 degrees. Blue Gill: medium action, fish are being caught on small jigs tipped w mealworms and even whole nightcrawlers, the bigger panfish are found in deeper water whereas the smaller ones can be seen in very shallow water. Catfish: Medium Action: Cut bait, chicken liver and anchovies work... Catfish like to bunch up in the fall/winter months. Striper: High Action: Boils are starting to go off randomly throughout the day but are much more intense around 6am. They are keyed in on the high amount of bait fish in the water so use topwater lures and jerkbaits in the deeper water! MATCH THE HATCH!! Large Mouth: High Action, Fish are starting to group up and are also keyed in on all the baitfish. another effective technique is to dropshot roboworms in deeper water. Trout: No Action. November 7th, 2018 first Stock of Trout. Carp: No Action Reported. Stop by the camp store or marina and share your fishing stories with us and get a picture taken.

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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...... Read More

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