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Castaic Fishing and Lake Conditions – 01/19/2020
Castaic Fishing and Lake Conditions – 01/19/2020

by Chad Curtis January 22, 2020

Other catches were made as deep as 35′ as the fish are spread out thru the water column. Dropshots with Roboworms and reapers in oxblood/red flake and Cinnamon colors dominated the deeper bite. The big fish of the tournament at over 8 pounds was caught on a crankbait that was snagged then popped free. The surface water temp is 55 degrees with very good clarity and visibility. The jig bite is still developing as water temps continue to decline.

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Castaic Fishing and Lake Conditions – 01/12/2020
Castaic Fishing and Lake Conditions – 01/12/2020

by Chad Curtis January 13, 2020

The trolling bite is slow but steady in 25′ to 50′ of water utilizing the Fly-coring technique with Producer flies. There are still big schools of fish down deeper staying with the Shad, but they are harder to target with most of the school-sized Stripers being found along the bottom at depths from 80′ to 100′

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Castaic Fishing and Lake Conditions – 01/05/2020
Castaic Fishing and Lake Conditions – 01/05/2020

by Chad Curtis January 06, 2020

Bass fishing improved this week with the onset of stable weather in the area. Water temps are hovering around 57 degrees with very good clarity and visibility. The fish are fairly spread out with the smaller Bass keyed on the glass minnows that can still be found in the shallows in certain areas.

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Castaic Fishing and Lake Conditions – 12/28/2019
Castaic Fishing and Lake Conditions – 12/28/2019

by Chad Curtis January 02, 2020

Despite multiple Trout plants this month the bigger fish have been slow to show. Most of the Stripers are still in deep water between 50′ and 100′. Rapala ice jigs, tailspinners and jigging spoons are getting a few bites but overall the fishing is slow. Deep-water trolling with umbrella rigs, Kastmasters and Producer flies has been effective during small windows of feeding activity. This bite should improve as the water temp bottoms out and gets steady.

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