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Whiskeytown Lake, CA
2017-09-15
Spent the day out on Monday September 11th on my kayak. Fish were out in about 10-20 feet. Responded well to senkos and trick worms in shades of green. Had a few dozen bites, catching more than a do... [more]

Welcome to FishingNotes.com Calavera Lake fishing report page. Here you will find all the information you need to make the best decisions for today's fishing. Current weather including air temperature, barometric pressure, wind speed and direction are continuously updated throughout the day. Calavera Lake water temperature is one of the vital statistics included on this page. We also include the moon phase as full and new moons are generally better fishing times. Help in choosing what time to hit the water with daily sunrise and sunset times plus moon rise and moon set times. We would love to hear how your fishing trip went, feel free to share your days success on the community report page. Good luck and we hope you catch a full bag today!
State:
California
Latitude:
33.1706370000000000000
Maximum Depth (ft):
County:
San Diego
Longitude:
-117.2823690000000000000
Normal Elevation (ft):
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Calavera Lake Largemouth Bass Rating:
4
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Calavera Lake Smallmouth Bass Rating:
-5
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Smallmouth Bass Tips for Current Conditions (automated):
Smallmouth bass are generally their most active at 65. Baitfish are much more active in this water temperature and the smallmouth bass will be feeding aggressively throughout the day.
Calavera Lake Crappie Rating:
0
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Summer Fishing Tip provided by Guide Chatt Martin: Same requirements as spring, but deeper. For beginners, rivers and creeks are the best because "deep" is relative. In a creek, a crappie's summer spot might only be 5 feet from their springtime spot, because there isn't as much deep water to begin with, so bank bound anglers can usually catch crappies in basically the same places they caught them in the spring. In lakes, summer usually means having a fishfinder, or sonar unit, and looking for those "sticking up things" in deeper water. However, there are a couple ways to find those spots even if you don't have a fishfinder. One is a Kentucky rig, which is a live bait rig with a very heavy weight on the bottom that will allow you to feel it when you drag it through a brushpile. The other is, plant your own brushpiles so you'll know where they are. Still, in the summer, a beginners best bet is a shallow creek or river with good bank access.
Calavera Lake Walleye Rating:
0
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Calavera Lake Catfish Rating:
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Calavera Lake Spotted Bass Rating:
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Spotted Bass Tips for Current Conditions (automated):
In the 65 degrees range, spotted bass are generally their most active at this water temperature. Baitfish are much more active in this water temperature and the spotted bass will be feeding aggressively throughout the day.
Calavera Lake White Bass Rating:
0
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Calavera Lake Striped Bass Rating:
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Calavera Lake Trout Rating:
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Current Lunar Fishing Tip:

The crescent moon will have better gravitational pull than a gibbous or half moon. However the affects of the moons gravitational will be decreased since the sun and moon aren't pulling in conjunction with one another. It's time to pay close attention to the other fishing factors in the weather to make the best decision for hitting the water.

Sunrise:

06:42 PST

Sunset:

18:37 PST

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