Castaic Fishing and Lake Conditions – 09/07/2019

Castaic Fishing and Lake Conditions – 09/07/2019

by Chad Curtis September 09, 2019

We are fishing these baits from 15 – 30′ deep on main lake points and cuts. Water temps were up to and over 80° as mid-week temps were in the triple digits. Netting shad for bait has been hit & miss this week with most guides choosing to spend their time chasing Stripers rather than trying to get bait.

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Castaic Fishing and Lake Conditions – 08/31/2019

Castaic Fishing and Lake Conditions – 08/31/2019

by Chad Curtis September 07, 2019

Shad has been our go-to pattern for months now. We are fishing these baits from 10 – 25′ on main lake points and cuts. Water temps remain 78° in the morning and 82° in the afternoon. 

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Castaic Fishing and Lake Conditions – 08/24/2019

Castaic Fishing and Lake Conditions – 08/24/2019

by Chad Curtis August 26, 2019

Bass fishing has improved dramatically with the arrival of live shad in our livewells. All 3 species of Bass have been aggressively biting on seemingly any main lake point.

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Castaic Fishing and Lake Conditions – 08/17/2019

Castaic Fishing and Lake Conditions – 08/17/2019

by Chad Curtis August 20, 2019

The better concentrations of fish remain in the 15-30′ depth range on main lake points and bluffs in both arms of the lake. Water temps are hovering around the 80 degree mark and the lake’s algae bloom seems to be past us as the water has cleared significantly.

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Castaic Fishing and Lake Conditions – 08/10/2019

Castaic Fishing and Lake Conditions – 08/10/2019

by Chad Curtis August 12, 2019

Striper fishing was strong this week with 3 – 6 pound linesides available in the first few hours of the morning and the last few hours of the day. We have been trolling our custom 661 Kastmasters on lead core line while we search for surface boils.

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Castaic Fishing and Lake Conditions – 08/03/2019

Castaic Fishing and Lake Conditions – 08/03/2019

by Chad Curtis August 05, 2019

The mornings have been our targeted time frame so there isn’t a lot of intel on the afternoon bite, with most anglers choosing to get off the water before the thermometer reaches triple digits.There is a small window of topwater action first thing in the morning with small popping baits getting a few bites, but anglers are finding frustration while emptying their tackle boxes to get the attention of bass that are keyed in on the small glass minnows.

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What line should I use? Braid, mono, or fluorocarbon?

What line should I use? Braid, mono, or fluorocarbon?

by Steven Castillo December 01, 2016

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Fishing Live Bait Offshore - How to hook a live bait.

Fishing Live Bait Offshore - How to hook a live bait.

by Chad Curtis October 03, 2015 2 Comments

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