Location

CA
United States
32° 59' 19.95" N, 116° 34' 56.514" W

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Fishing Report Provided by ONS - Fishhound Pro Staff (Outdoor News Service) - Jim Matthews
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3
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| Water Temp:71-80 F | Clarity: Cloudy
Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
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July 24, 2014
Trout action continues fair to good, but the fish are getting tough by the day with the warm weather. Andrew Treadway, Barrett Junction, landed a 5-12 rainbow on a silver Kastmaster off the north shore dock. Catfish are pretty fair and a few bigger fish have been reported. Best was an 18-pounder landed by Dave Miller, San Diego. The small crappie are showing in good numbers again. Last DFW trout plant was two weeks ago. Information: 760-765-0515 or www.lakecuyamaca.org.
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Fishing Report Provided by Lake Cuyamaca - Georgia .
Rating:
3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
| Water Temp:71-80 F | Clarity: Cloudy
Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
Fishing Report
July 24, 2014
Howdy from Lake Cuyamaca! Dusty Britches here along with Cuss Cussler and Trout Teaser. Andrew Treadway from Barrett Junction landed a 5pound 12 ounce rainbow trout using a silver kastmaster at the north shore dock. Andrew caught two more notable trout over last weekend. Dave Miller stopped by with an 18 pound catfish as we are transitioning from cold water fish to warm water fish. The crappie are beginning to hit over by the dam. Lots of visitors, so far, this summer vacation. Campers n’ kids. The trout bite is mostly small due to the CADFW plants earlier this month. We plan to release some Red Eared Perch and Sacramento Perch into the lake later to add to our fishery. Right now we are looking closely at both species to see if they are going to help or hurt the Lake. The restaurant has an old familiar face back in action; Jene Callaway is dishing it out again. Welcome back to the hood! Nice catch for Greg Fleming of Temecula. The restaurant is putting out some good grub. A lot of anglers now rent a motor boat, then put it on hold for 30 minutes so they can grab breakfast, or take a break from fishing and come in for a half pound burger at noon. The kids are going through the duck feed (cracked corn) like Grant took Richmond. Lots of fish taken from the Lake, but still not too many lunkers. The water quality is good but temperature is up to 73 degrees. Again, it’s a shallow lake, and very temperature sensitive. We are trying to keep the blue-green algae under control with the warm water. Not an easy thing to do. We have a new employee on the books, Sparky. He kind of reminds you of Yosemite Sam, but is called Sparky for a good reason. You’ll have to ask Cuss why. I guess I can drop a hint; he was on a lighting project and got lit up. Welcome Sparky!
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