Stripped Bass Close To Shore

Ferry Point Pier - Richmond, CA (Contra Costa County)

by East Bay Regional Park District

The weather has been pretty typical for this time of spring. Foggy, cold, and windy in the mornings, clearing to somewhat clear skies and warm temperatures by mid-day.

Anglers have been fishing for striped bass from the shoreline.

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East Bay Regional Park District Reports
for Thursday, May 16th

Del Valle Lake: Perfect Weather For Bass
Lake Chabot: Abundance of Smaller Bass
Horseshoe Lake: Lots of Limits of Trout Are Being Caught
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: Fishing Has Been Picking Up

The lake temperature out here at Del Valle is reaching 70 degrees as the striped bass become the highlight of the week many of our anglers are limiting out on stripers in the early morning, the stripers are mostly being caught on the topwater action spook jrs. or pencil poppers early in the morning, later in the day you might want to switch to a fluke or a sub-surface jerkbait. The striped bass are chasing the shad near the top...... Read More


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