The spring runoff has pretty much ended for Lake Camanche.  The Lake has dropped down to 94% full with an elevation of 232.11′ above sea level.  Pardee Lake was reading 99% full.  Lake Camanche was receiving 837 cubic feet per second from Pardee while releasing 1,099 C.F.S. into the Mokelumne River at the time of this report.  

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

Cover & 3 photos above: Austin Barker, of Austin Barker’s Guide Service, out of Rio Linda landed his personal best a 10.62 lb. largemouth at Lake Camanche on 7/19/19! Austin, aka austinbarkk on Instagram, wrote, “It happened, finally. I have worked so hard for this fish. Hundreds of hours, thousands of dollars, great days, terrible days, all of the above. I needed this fish more than ever right now, which makes it that much more special. Right when you think everything is falling apart, God steps in and reminds you to keep going, make another cast in a sense. Thank you to all the people that have helped me get here and supported me throughout the years. I will tag you all. She was caught on a @dobynsrodsDRX 754c, a @gmoneyjigs jig, @sunline_america 16lb fc sniper, and landed in a @bubbablade net. This fish is my new personal best coming in at 10.62lbs. I finally joined the DD club.

#bassfishing #ddclub#doubledigitbass #lateralvision#amplified420 #gmoneyjigs#dobynsrods #rangerboats#fishingguide #bookyourtrip

Right: Lake Camanche resident, Nick Rider shared this shot on Facebook on 7/9/19. No other information was shared.

Left & right: Maria Garcia‎ posted these shots from their family’s 4 night camping trip. She commented, “South Shore Lake Camanche was great for fishing this camping trip. 4 channel catfish, 3 bull head’s, 6 carps, 1 bluegill & 1 black bass. Thanks for the memories made  — feeling refreshed with Maryann Lopez and 3 others.”

Pictured above are just some of the prizes for the Gold Country Jr. Bass Club two day Tournament of Champions held on July 13th & 14th at Lake Camanche.  Andrew Schmidgall Wrote, “Thank you to everyone that has donated prizes for the kids all year and a big thank you to Bob’s Marine for donating a awesome boat for the kids to fish for the kids to fish for. Also thank you to TMB Baits for donating the Trophies for the entire season. These are the prizes the kids will walk away with.”

Below left: Congratulation to Timothy Albrecht for winning the TOC tournament top prize the boat and right: 2nd place Mason!

Right: Instagramer, yankeetankeroutdoors  posted, “Here #kitty – dumb #catfish are my #jig. Video is up on YT.
#lakecamanche #norcalfishing#fishing #kayak #kayakfishing”

All three shots above: riosfishes posted these pictures to Instagram, writing, “It’s been a damn good anniversary weekend with the mrs.@titaniumtriathlete she proved once again to be my fishing good luck charm when this 4.5lb spot smoked the @working.class.zero #citizen6 this baits making it hard to tie on anything else when searching for quality bass.
@liquidmayhem @peregrine250_llc._@enigmafishing #fishing #cadelta#deltafishing#bigbaitsbigfish#norcalfishing #topwater#spinnerbaits #buzzbait

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All active, reserve, retired, and veteran military personnel receives a 20% discount on Day Use Entry, Boat Rentals (excluding rental of the Party Barges) camping, RV sites, and cottages. Military identification required.

Discount may not be combined with other offers or discounts

Right: Ryan Cook of Ryan Cook Fishing, posted and commented, “My man Mason is fishing the Gold Country Junior Bass Club two day championship tournament on Lake Camanche for a brand new fishing boat, and he is going into day two in 2nd place! This kid is turning into a bass fishing machine! (He has been practicing.) Good luck to all of the young anglers fishing today!
#TeamMason #MasonStrong”

Ryan Cook Fishing- Guided fishing trips in the Central California area! 559-691-7008

Left & right: Bill Bukowatz‎  shared these shots with us on our FB page on 7/14. No other information was listed.

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