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Castaic Fishing and Lake Conditions – 06/23/2019
Castaic Fishing and Lake Conditions – 06/23/2019

by Chad Curtis June 24, 2019

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Castaic Fishing and Lake Conditions – 06/15/2019
Castaic Fishing and Lake Conditions – 06/15/2019

by Chad Curtis June 16, 2019

The lake is still five feet from full pool and the release of water into and out of the main lake is over for now. The water clarity is close to maximum with most areas having 20-plus feet of visibility. Water temps continue to slowly climb this week with surface readings in the mid-70’s. The bass bite seems to change on a weekly basis with the only consistent factor being the smaller largemouth accounting for the majority of the bites. The bass are in all three stages of spawn and spread out thru much of the water column.

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Castaic Fishing and Lake Conditions – 06/07/2019
Castaic Fishing and Lake Conditions – 06/07/2019

by Chad Curtis June 08, 2019

Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass:

The lake is holding about five feet from full pool and the release of water into and out of the afterbay has ceased. The water in both lakes is clearing rapidly with the onset of high pressure and high air temps with surface readings at the upper lake reaching 72 on Friday. The overall bite has ramped up with the smaller largemouth still dominating the counts.

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Castaic Lake Fishing Report 5/25/19
Castaic Lake Fishing Report 5/25/19

by Chad Curtis May 28, 2019

Largemouth Bass:
The lake is about five feet from the highest point ever and holding despite the on-going release of water from the afterbay into the Pacific Ocean. The weather has once again been a factor as high winds closed the lake off and on for several days. The post holiday forecast is looking great with temps in the 80’s and abundant sunshine. This will help warm the water up and should bring a new wave of bass into the shallower areas. Small fish continue to dominate the counts however we are seeing more two and three pound fish lately.

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