Lake Camanche Fishing Report 4/7/19

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Lake Camanche Fishing Report 4/7/19

Lake Camanche’s water level has risen up again to 75% full with an elevation at 220.81′. Lake Pardee was releasing 3,128 C.F.S. into Lake Camanche which was releasing 2,329 C.F.S. into the Mokelumne River as of this report.

For more information regarding water levels, you can visit http://cdec.water.ca.gov/reportapp/javareports?name=RES

Mt. Lassen Trout came in on Thursday 3/28 for their delivery. We received 900 lbs. to the south shore pond and 900 lbs. to the south lake. Lake Camanche should receive 1,200 lbs. of trout at the north shore boat ramp sometime before next weekend.

Cover, left & right: Melanie and proud dad, Mario spent the day fishing the south pond and lake. Love to see pictures of dads teaching them right!

3 shots above: Clark Trezona was out with his grandson on 3/30 and shared these photos on FB. Clark wrote, “Fishing at Lake Camanche today. Managed to get 5 to the boat, the bite stopped for us after my boy got this 7.45# beauty on board. It was an unforgettable catch for my grandson Cires Aviles! He certainly got bragging rights today!”

Right: Ilya Guryanov, aka norcal_angler   on Instagram posted on 3/31 at Campers cove and wrote, “This beautiful rainbow trout decided to come out and play on the @hawkenfishing trout trap in the mocha color fire.”

Left & right: Instagramer,  chriso916  posted on 3/31 commenting, “A few 🐟🐟🐟 from today 🤙 #bassfishing #catchandrelease

Right: Ken Davis posted to the  Gold Country Fishing Report on 3/29 stating, “Picked up a nice one this morning at Camanche trolling in the narrows 7.04lbs.”

All 4 pictures above: Thomas Ferreira posted to Lake Camanche North Shore of a fun-filled family outing plus the fish they caught.

Right: Regular Camanche angler Larry Valdez Sr. posted on 3/29 to Lake Camanche Fishing FB page commenting, “Three-pound spot biggest one today.”

Left and all 3 shots above: Naomi Medina-Juarez was out on the Lake 3/28 and posted these photos to the NorCal Fish Whisperers FB page. Note the bait she was using to the left.

Right: Ryan Wescott of Manteca brought in these spots with the largest weighing in at 2.02 lbs. He listed that he was fishing by the dam and down the Narrows using night crawlers.

Left: Mike Leong, aka mleong876  posted on Instagram on 3/30, “Had a very relaxing weekend with a friend I haven’t seen for a couple of years.

#fishinglife#catfishing #trackerboats #bassfishin#bassfishing #jerkbait

Right: Kevin Jenkins shared his crappie catch on FB commenting, “Great time at Camanche today. South shore using rapalas and Fire tiger rattle trap.”

Right: Reggie brought this fattie up to be weighed at the south marina on 3/28. He told staff that he was fishing the south lake using a jig to haul in this 7.83 lb. trout.

Left: Brian Hansen posted to Facebook on 3/29 stating, “Personal best, 5lbs 13oz……south cove.

Right: Brian’s friend, Daniel Pace posted this shot of his trout too.

Both left & right: Kayaker Kei Vangposted to our Camanche FB page writing, “Caught this 8 lbers. trolling a RAPALA CD7 FIRE TIGER 3-26-2019…”

4 shots above: Mark Sepelyak (right) posted these shots to FB and wrote, “Camanchee 3/30 fished the dam 17 fish kept 9, 2 over 5lbs. 60′ setbacks 20′ down 2.8mph. It was a great day of catching! (left) MacK Hum Dinger caught the largest trout.”

Left: Instagramer, charlie_hustle2o9 posted on 3/31, “The first spotty of the year.” #nekorig#spottedbass#thetugismydrug

Right: Another Instagramer,   cheng_doe wrote, “Fun on the kayak.”

#shimanostella1000fj, #hobiecompass, #daiwaspinmatic, #rapalalures

#xtratufboots #kayakcity#freshnsaltykayakfishing

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