Lake Camanche’s elevation was of approximately 223.56′ and 80% full at the time of this report. Releases were approx. 493 C.F.S. while receiving 357 C.F.S. from Lake Pardee which was 92% of capacity again at the time of this report.
For the most up to date information you can go to: http://cdec.water.ca.gov/cgi-progs/reservoirs/RES
Cooler nights are continuing to decrease the water temperatures in the lake and ponds. Most morning you can see the mist coming off the water. As of this report the surface water temperature at the north ramp, south ramp and pond was down to 75 degrees.
Although we saw plenty of anglers out on the water and fish cleaning stations we did not have many that shared their information with us this past week.
Instagramer @megglily23 posted this shot from last Sunday 10/1 stating, “Beautiful weather on the water today.” #nobaddays #allabouththatBASS #sundayfunday
Left & Right: Tom Valente, aka @tvalente74 posted both pictures on Instagram writing, “My dad got the big one today and I got to break in my new Mike Bucca Bull Shad. #powerpole #fatherandson #catchandrelease
Jon Lippincott posted the 5 photos to Facebook last season and said, “LAKE CAMANCHE Monster Trout caught winter of 2016. Most fish caught using Rapala trout pattern lure slow trolling (no downriggers) between Big Hat and Little Hat Island”
All active, reserve, retired, and veteran military personnel receive a 20% discount on Day Use Entry, Boat Rentals (excluding rental of the Party Barges) lodging, camping and RV sites. Military identification required. Discount may not be combined with other offers.
EBMUD has started a project to replace the gasoline pumps at the south shore store. No gasoline will be available until further notice. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Thank you to all that choose to come to Lake Camanche and to those that share your pictures!