Lake Camanche has jumped from 74% to 77% full since Jan. 12th with an elevation of 221.573′. The Lake was receiving approximately 887 C.F.S. while releasing 749 C.F.S. at the time of this report. Pardee Lake was 91% full again at the time of this report.

Mt. Lassen planted on Friday 1/25/19 releasing 1,200 lbs. all to the north lake at the boat ramp. The plant this week should come in before the weekend with the plant of 2,400 lbs. going to the south shore pond and the south ramp split evenly at 1,200 lbs. each. 

Cover & right: Igor Reigant, aka @igorreiantfishing shared his 9.4 lb. monster via Instagram from the Santa Clara Bassbusters 2 day Lake Camanche tournament. Igor said he got this giant just 3 minutes before the end of the tournament. #stantaclarabassbusters  Igor Reiant

Left: 1/19 Bob Yates posted this string shot on Facebook.

Right: Bob Yates was back out to the lake on 1/26 with his friend Eric Strand and posted this mixed stringer shot on The Gold Country Fishing Report. He wrote, “Slow bite today but landed 3 trout and bass.”

All 3 pictures above and two below were shared on Instagram by #lumpiashooter13  doing a little mid-week fishing 1/23 at the pond. He posted, “Had a great weekend fishing for trout and had another great catch ‘n cook with the family at Lake Camanche.”

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Right: @norcal_angler posted these trout to Instagram on 1/18 and commented, “Good day out on the water with a buddy🤙Easy limit today! The key was @maniac_lures 1.5 cut’r bug🤫They just couldn’t resist the action. @lakecamanche.

All 3 shots above: Jon Lippincott was out on the lake with his friend David Sutch who had family visiting. The first day out 1/25 they didn’t have any action but managed to get a couple nice looking trout on Saturday 1/26. Jon wrote, “David Sutch and Beth Sutch getting it done on Camanche. Slow trolling long line approximately 150 behind the boat at approximately 2 mph. This is a deep diver rapala #7 shad pattern. Hope this helps. Good luck and tight lines.”

Right: We haven’t planted lightning trout since before Christmas but @howboutrout posted his catch on 1/22. ⚡️⚡️⚡️ #lakecamanche#southshore #pond #mtlassentrout#lightningtrout

Left: Dan Valdez , posted to FB 1/12 and wrote, “Took my friend fishing with me. We were trolling yellow and white power grubs. 1/2 ounce sliding sinkers 4ft above the power grubs. Slow…”

Thank you to all that choose Lake Camanche and to those that share your photos!