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Cachuma Lake Fishing Report

Cachuma Lake Fishing Report
Location: Cachuma Lake
Written by Cachuma Lake Staff
June 26, 2017
The fishing has slowed down this week due to the winds. However, Crappie, Catfish, and Small [now Large] Mouth Bass are [still] steadily becoming the norm catch. For those who enjoy these type of fish, the common spots to check out are Cachuma Bay [Crappie], specifically towards the back of the bay and the right side (reeded areas), Harvey's Cove [Crappie and Catfish], Sweet-water Bay [Trout], Clark's cove [Trout], Johnson Bay [Large Mouth], Santa Cruz Bay [Catfish] and Bobcat's cove [catfish]. Unfortunately, for those that may want to fish for Trout, the fishing is still slow. They are about 20-30 feet from surface, so add either a split shot or a egg sinker to achieve the necessary depth. For Crappie, neon green or a generally neon jig have been proven most effective. Furthermore, utilizing either worms [garlic] or Mackerel has been the bait trend for Catfish. Rainbow Trout Rapalas or rubber worms or black and yellow Panther Martins have been effective for Large and Small Mouth Bass. Side note: Shore fishing has been slow, so if possible have or rent a boat for better catch results. Check out 805webcam for: weather conditions and scenic views.
Cachuma Lake Staff
Cachuma Lake
Santa Barbara, CA

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