Big rainbow are still the news here at Lake Camanche!
Rapala and tigerfire rapala lures were reported as hot baits for trout this week. Hat Island, out by the dam and up river have been the popular spots to fish for trout.
Lake Camanche’s current elevation is 183.79 as of 3/17/15.
Water temperature at the launch ramp is approximately 60
degrees and the lake is 29% full or 51.71′ to spill.
The inflow from Lake Pardee is currently 11 c.s.f.
and the outflow from Lake Camanche is
currently 225 c.s.f.
Central Valley Anglers held their tournament last Sunday 3/8/15. They had a good turn out but we didn’t get photo releases… sorry no complete pictures.
Bass have been hot down the Narrows as well as North Shore Day Use. Favorite baits have been worms, purple Senkos & jigs.
East Bay Municipal District has contracted with Atlantic-Meeco Marinas & Docks to build our new 50 slip covered berth at the North shore marina. Construction started in early January and will be completed this spring.
The Meeco Marina system delivers an unmatched record of success, durability and longevity in some of the most challenging freshwater environments such as our fluctuating water levels.
This state of the art covered berth will feature:
- 22 – 10′ x 25′ slips
- 26 – 10′ x 30′ slips
- 2 – 11′ x 30′ slips
- Galvanized steel frame
- Environmentally friendly non-slip *ThruFlow decking
- Winch and cable anchorage
- Sun Protected Super Span roof system
*ThruFlow design allows for maximum light penetration protecting marine life below.
- Save time, energy and the hassle of hooking up the boat & getting it to the lake
- Close to some of your favorite fishing spots – Hat Island, Houseboat Cove, the Narrows & fish plant release site
- Closest dock to North Shore Cafe and Marina Store
Simplify your life get your name on the list today (209)763-5166.