Lake Camanche was up to 95 % full and was at an elevation of 232.61′ above sea level at the time of this report. Pardee Lake was at 100% full and at an elevation of 568.08′. The flow into Lake Camanche decreased down to 1,881 cubic feet per second while releasing 1,300 C.F.S. into the Mokelumne River again at the time of this report.  

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Cover and all 4 photos above were posted to social media by Matt Frazier,  frazierluckfishing  &  Austin Baker, austinbarkk

Left picture: Matt wrote on 6/28, “For those of you that don’t know Mason battled Cancer and is winning the fight! This video is a young man that went into the day not wanting numbers instead he wanted to go for a big one! He fished so hard and focused so well at the task at hand that he willed it to happen!! Look at the joy all over his face, words can’t even come close. This was by far my most memorable day on the water and it will be hard to ever top. Inspired!! Mason said this St Croix rod is amazing!! If anyone one would like to donate some new fishing tackle, rods or reels to help get Mason set up please let me know and if any of my tagged sponsors would like to help set Mason up please reach out. #stcroixrods #bestrodsonearth#bassproshop #cabelas @lurelock”

Right picture: Austin commented on 6/1, “Today was a day that i will remember for a long time. I was blessed with a chance to take @masonferrulli3 out fishing with me and let me tell you, this kid is life changing. Mason, you’re an inspiration to many including myself. Your smile is contagious and I have gained a lifelong friend today. I can’t wait to take you out fishing again and watch you excel in fishing and in life. Keep that positive attitude and faith in the man upstairs. I have availability right now and the fish are eating. Let’s catch some fish!”

Lake Camanche wants to thank both Matt of frazierluckfishing and Austin of austinbarkk in helping Mason’s dreams come true.

Military Discount

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.

Above: Rob Rucker was fishing the catfish pond using chartreuse worms and found this monster plus another smaller trout on 7/1. Looks like a bass from the trout pond too.

Right: Frede Schoennagel, aka  fredescho posted to Instagram on 6/29 and commented, “Lean mean spotted bass machine . And a nice little fatty. #lakecamanche #largemouthbass#spottedbass #bassfishing#thetugisthedrug #herefishyfishy ”


Right: Antone Lawrence, aka ahf209 posted this shot to Instagram on 6/27 writing, “Getting it in @lakecamanche…was a awesome day first time taking my boat out and snagged a few.”

Left: RJ Schulze, rschulzefishing also posted to Instagram commenting on 6/21, “Absolutely whacking them at @lakecamanche with @liftedjigs quality jigs. I’m loving this bite I’ve been on. Cant wait to get back out there when I’m off work!”

Right: Anthony Ortiz,  big_a_21 posted this cute shot at the south shore pond to Instagram on 7/1.

Extended Summer Hours

Lake Camanche’s North Shore Cafe

Fri, Sat & Sun – 10 am – 6 pm

Mon & Thurs – 9 am – 5 pm

Closed Tues/Wed

Out on the water? No problem!

Call ahead & have your ordered delivered to the dock!

209-763-5924 or 209-763-5166

Right: Erik Gutierrez, aka erikg012 posted on Instagram on Instagram, “Great day for fishing with the boys!”

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