As of this report Lake Camanche’s water level has continued to hold at 87% with an elevation of 227.78′ above sea level. The lake was receiving 632 cubic feet per second of water from Pardee Lake while releasing 450 C. F. S. into the Mokelumne River below the dam. Surface water temperatures are still warm and ranging between 76° – 78°. Lake Pardee was holding at 97%full again at the time of this report.
All three photos above: Just back from a long road trip vacation Andrew Schmidgall posted to Facebook on Monday 9/2, these pictures of his new amazing personal best commenting, “Good morning on Camanche new PB 14.71 pounds.” He also stated, “Michaela let me use one of her new Wicked Weights Jig this morning.”
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Left and right: Chris Messier posted these shots to FB * Instagram on 9/3 and wrote, “Spent a few days on Camanche over the weekend and the bass were actively feeding on Shad all over busting on the surface. Got three nice fish Sunday morning on white/chartreuse KVD spinnerbaits.#bassfishing#bassporn#spottedbass#largemouthbass#bass
Right: Kayak fishing CJ Pearce posted to FB on 8/26 writing, “Finally got some action today.”
Three photos above were posted to Facebook on 8/24 by Matthew Pruitt who was with Jennifer Stigelmayer. Matt wrote, “Got one trout, 2 bass on speedy shiners at Camanche. 2nd time using downriggers. Now my wife doesn’t know but I need some new trolling poles hahaha”
Thank you to all that choose Lake Camanche and those that share their pictures!