- Used to be an excellent lake before all of
the building going on with Baldwin Park.
Received a lot of pressure daily and nightly
for about a year from the two piers back in
2011 era. Hasn\'t recovered since but then
again it\'s a hit or miss. Had nights, dark
skies and all, where a buddy and I got lucky
on a school that came through and caught two
5lbers, a 6 and 7 all in back to back cast.
Happened in broad day on other occasions as
well. But, top waters in the mornings
targeting eel grass lines that you can see,
weightless flukes and senkos in the same
areas. Natural to dark colors were great.
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Largemouth bass fishing is going to be pretty slow at 85 degree water temperature. Bass will start moving much slower and feeding less aggressively until the water temperature starts to get back down to comfortable levels. When the water temperature is up this high, it's time to get out fishing early and late in the day when the sun is not on the water. When you can get out for the entire day, it's a great time to fish some deeper water. Many large bass are taken this time of year since bass fishermen typically gets out deeper and fish slower with larger baits. Like any other time of year, the slower you fish with bigger baits on the deep drops and river channels, the better chance you have at a lunker. This is a great time to catch a trophy. Good luck out there today!