Beautiful weekend weather-wise with plenty the anglers coming out to enjoy Lake Camanche!

Pardee Lake is up to 90%. The release from Pardee is back down to 11 c.s.f. as of 02/22/16 but with a week’s worth of heavier flows into Camanche our spill level went from 59.42′ last week to 58.27′. Great to see the lake rising again. The outflow from Lake Camanche has remained about was at 162 c.s.f. Boaters reported water temperatures to be between 54 & 58 degrees.

To date 31,500 lbs. of Mt. Lassen trout have been planted at Camanche. A total of 10,300 lbs. into the pond and the rest into the lake. Next week’s plant will be 1,200 lbs. 600 lbs. to the pond and 600 lbs. to the north shore ramp. Be sure to check back here or on Facebook for the update.

Well just when you think it’s all about trout…The California Bass Federation had their Region 4 tournament here at North Shore on Sunday 2/1/16. I’m told that they had over 30 boats in their tournament.

Earl Quattlebaum took and posted the following picture from the CBF weigh-in on Facebook and said, “Each picture is a different set of fish had about 150 fish come through a lot of five and six pounders.” Thanks for the update Earl.

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Top 9 finishers plus big fish.

 

 

 

 

 

Roxanne Menezes-Parker submitted the following photos on Facebook 2/17.

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Father, daughter stringer at the pond.

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Right: Ethan Rondo posted this picture of his boys on FB 2/20. He also wrote that, “We used yellow power egg and power worm to catch all of those fish”

 

 

Gabe GarciaLeft: Gabe Garcia posted this shot of the kids on 2.17/16 and stated Just leaving the narrows now. Got 2 n lost one.

 

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Right: Traveling from Petaluma Mike Sturla with his  2.13 lb. crappie and Tricia Wells with her 2.32 lb trout caught down the Narrows using rapala.

 

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Left: Morgan & son Cody Flint of Herald brought in this nice stringer of trout on 2/15. They reported fishing out by the dam using lures. The largest weighed in at 5.13 lbs. and the total stringer weight was 17.28 lbs.

 

 

 

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Right:  Kristin Elrod of Galt reeled in this 4.35 lb. trout while trolling in the middle of the lake on 2/14/16 using mini night crawlers.

 

Left: 017 (1280x960)Frank Mitchem of Elk Grove hauled in this lunker on 2/15. It weighed in at 7 lbs even. Frank reported that he had been fishing down the Narrows using grubs.

 

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Jeff & Cheryl of Tracy brought in this stringer of trout back on 12/12/16. They reported fishing out by Hat Island and using rapala. The stringer weighted in at 11.31 lbs and the largest was 5.15 lbs.

 

 

 

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