Lake Skinner Fishing Report

Lake Skinner - Temecula, CA (Riverside County)

by Fish Reports Staff

The water temp is 50 degrees, and water level remains very high.  Last stock of trout was February 13th, 2019, 600lbs.  Striper: Medium to Low Action: Slower this week, but still being caught this week out near the inlet using cut bait.  Bluegill: Low Action: Anglers this week caught Bluegills over at Ramp 2 using nightcrawlers.  Catfish: Low Action: Slow for cats, try catching cats on anchovies, sardines and garlic nightcrawlers over along the bout line.  Largemouth: Low Action: Anglers catching bass over to the right of marina towards East End, try catching them on purple and green robe worms and nightcrawlers.  Trout: Medium seems to be doing the job!  Next trout plant will be February 27th 2019, 600 lbs. 

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