High Action For Catfishing
Lake Skinner - Temecula, CA (Riverside County)
by Lake Skinner Marina Staff
The water temperature is between 70-72 degrees. Water level is till up. Ballon and Wine festival is this coming weekend! No bait rentals or vessels on the lake period. Last stock of Catfish was on May 24, 2019.
Bluegills: Low Action- jigs with wax worms and live crickets at the back of the East Bay and west of the ramp 2, also a night crawler will work.
Catfish: High Action- doing very well hitting on chicken livers at Catfish alley, the inlet and all over the east end. Next stock of Catfish will be on June 7, 2019.
Largemouth Bass: Medium Action- Largemouth have been pretty active biting on topwater lures, ned rigs as well as basic Senko/ worm rigs.
Striped Bass: Medium Action- using chicken livers or anchovies at the east bay and inlet.
Trout: No action reported.
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Water Level is Still UpLake Skinner
The water temperature is between 69-70 degrees. Water level is still up pretty high. Largemouth: Plenty of smaller fish are being caught all over the lake, with a few quality Topwater fish being caught in the East End. Also try finesse fishing with the usual Roboworms and Senkos. Catfish: Next stock will be May 24th, 2019. A good number of fish coming out of the inlet area on chicken liver. Blue Gill: Try using mini jigs such as slab piggies in shallow areas...... Read More
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The water temperature is between 68 degrees. Water flow is still doing great, Solar Cup is next weekend, May 17,18,19th. First stock of Catfish was May 10th. Trout: No Action Carp: No Action: not much action for carp lately. Stripers: Slow Action: Stripers are being caught with umbrella rigs, with down riggings on about 40-50 feet of water and good old universal night crawlers. Catfish: Medium Action: Next stock of Catfish will be May 24, still hitting over by ramp 2, using chicken livers,...... Read More