Lake Skinner Fishing Report

Lake Skinner - Temecula, CA (Riverside County)

by Lake Skinner Marina Staff
(951) 926-8515

The water temp is 52-54 degrees.  Next stock of trout will be February 27.  600lbs.  Striper: Medium/Low Action:  Fish are still being caught on cut bait such as chicken liver over at the inlet as well as the dam in the early morning.  Bluegill: No Action: North shore using chicken livers or nightcrawler.  Largemouth Bass: Low Action: Look for largemouth to be in a prespawn mode.  Hopefully bed fishing will be as awesome as always.  Remember to practice catch and release.  Trout: High Action: Limits of trout coming out of the lake on both powrbait as well as mini jigs.  Carp: Low Action: 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.

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The water temperature is 50-52 degrees.  Striper: Medium Action: Good numbers of fish have still been coming out of the lake on cut bait especially chicken liver, over at the dam and inlet.  Bluegill: High Action. Lots of high quality panfish are being taken on mini jigs tipped with any kind of worm.  Make sure to have a slow retrieve and watch for the line to twitch.  Catfish: Low Action: Try livers at the dam and inlet.  Largemouth: Medium Action:...... Read More

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