Lake Skinner Fishing Report
Lake Skinner - Temecula, CA (Riverside County)
by Lake Skinner Marina Staff
The water temperature is 72 degrees.
Striper: Medium Action: The cut bait bite has been picking up on chicken liver near the tower at the buoy line. Also topwater lures have been working early in the morning.
Bluegill: Medium to Slow Action: Red worms, wax worms, night crawlers and plastic worms any small worm with jigs.. in coves and reeds
Catfish: Medium Action: Chicken liver and anchovies have been working well in the deep water. Also night crawlers have produced a decent amount of stockers at ramp 2.
Largemouth: Medium Action: lately your best bet has been going back to the basics using artificial worms like Senkos. The water clarity has greatly improved after the Blue Sone day. Fish can be spotted in shallow water all over the lake especially near submerged brush.
Trout: No Action
Carp: No Action
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