Bows on The Bite
Lake Chabot - Castro Valley, CA (Alameda County)
by East Bay Regional Park District
The water temperature is in the mid-60s and water clarity is about four feet. Please follow our Facebook page, www.facebook.com/lakechabot, for weekly updates on fishing conditions.
All of our boats are half off Wednesday, including Patio Boats!
We have had a few reports of trout caught reported to the marina. If you would like to report your catches, please come to the marina, and we will take your picture!
Anglers are using plastic worms or swim baits. There has been an abundance of smaller size bass (one to three pounds) being caught all over the lake along the shorelines. Senkos have been the most popular bait to use.
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The weather has been cool in the mornings with temperatures reaching into the 60s in the afternoon. Water Temperature: 55 degrees, depending on depth. Water Clarity: Visibility seems to vary between 10-15 feet. ...... Read More