Lake Camanche was not currently receiving a release from Pardee Lake at the time of this report but the lake was still holding at 72% with an elevations of 218.64′. Lake Camanche is continuing to release approximately 334 C.F.S into the Mokelumne River. Pardee Lake was showing 96% full at the time of this report.
Water temperatures are remaining relatively warm at 56 degrees at the surface. Just wondering if the lake is going to turn over this year….
For the most up to date information you can go to: http://cdec.water.ca.gov/cgi-progs/reservoirs/RES
Mt. Lassen trout farm delivered ended 2017 with two loads totaling 9,600 lbs.! Thursday 1/4/18 they delivered 1,200 lbs. to the south ramp. The total of drop since they started in Oct. is 33,600 lbs. We are expecting an additional 1,200 lbs. sometime before next weekend.
All pictures above: Richard Martinez posted these fun shots with twin daughters Kalyee and Kynzie on FB 12/28 and reported, “Tough bite but a great day at lake Camanche. Started on water by 1030 till dusk. 4 trout and 1 bass. My twins caught them all by themselves. All caught on gold spoon tipped with nightcrawler in the narrows. Great dad daughter date.”
Left: James Snyder, aka Yakin_james posted to Instagram and wrote, “Yak-A-Trout @lakecamanche first fish and only fish of the year is the wrong species but it was a fun fight on new rig. Yakin also commented to another angler…”53.5 at launch 56 off the water temp” #FishingIsAContactSport #WOOTungsten @yakabass #hobie#hobiefishing #outback
All pictures above were posted by Instagramer, tryhardfishing_chris and wrote the following comments, “I look so weird here! Lol! Some last minute fishing trip doubles with @tryhardfishing_billy! My first bass of 2018!” “Oink Oink! The piggies were munchin! End of the day dragging the bottom sllllooowww with a shakey head.” “Yet another gorgeous @lakecamanche spot.” “Slayin em at @lakecamanche yet again!” “yhardfishing_martyfine tuning his winter bassin skills!”