Bass and Rainbows Are Biting
Lake Temescal - Oakland, CA (Alameda County)
by East Bay Regional Park District
We are getting reports of largemouth bass and rainbow trout being caught, but we have not received any photos. If you would like your catches highlighted here, approach park staff!
Jason N. recently bought the Veterans Annual Pass and has already caught his PERSONAL BEST rainbow trout! This beautiful rainbow trout was over six-pounds and was over 23 inches long! He was using a size 0 Blue Fox spinner on a four-pound line. Congratulations Jason!
Yes, there are still catfish to be caught! Mike S. caught a trout and catfish while fishing at Temescal from the handicap dock. Both fish weighed six pounds. He was fishing with Powerbait.
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