Current Fishing Conditions: May 19, 2013
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Lake Elevation: 1724
Surface Water Temp: 63-71°
Fish Plants: no more this season
Lake Hours: 5:30am — 6:30pm
Weather: The Forecasts show temperatures in the high 50’s to high 80’s this week. Wind has been picking up around 2pm.
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Bass are still coming in but on the small side. Dark green thin senkos are the preferred plastic worm of the week. Some anglers have reported metering shad.
There was no reports of striper this week. Typical baits are anchovies, sardines and mackerel.
Catfish are coming in daily. Paul and Chris Mazurk (on photo) from Huntington Beach caught a 12.57 pound catfish on nightcrawlers on the south side of the lake. Typical bait for the cats are nightcrawlers, chicken liver and shrimp.
Lots of reports of redear being caught using mealworms by the East Dam. Blue gill and Crappie should be showing themselves soon. Most common bait is mealworms, redworms, and nightcrawlers.