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Lake Camanche Fishing Report 8/10/11

General Conditions

Lake Camanche’s current elevation is 232 feet above sea level. The inflow from Lake Pardee is currently at 341 c.f.s. The spill is at 0 c.f.s. The outflow from Lake Camanche is currently 1306 c.f.s. The lake is 93% full & the water temperature is 75 degrees.


This week we had 13 year old Audrey Vierra of Gilroy catch her limit of trout. She was with her family out by the dam trolling with a broken-back rebel. Her total stringer weighed in at 11.97lbs with her 2 largest weighing 3.52lbs and 3.44lbs.


No reports of bass being caught this week.


Catfish like stinky bait. Cut-bait, chicken livers, cheese and night crawlers are some of the most common baits used. It’s always a good idea to have a few choices available and switch them up if you aren’t getting any bites. Still not catching catfish? Try another location.

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