Kids Day At Lake Jennings Jan. 29

A limit of Lake Jennings trout caught earlier this month. (LAKE JENNINGS)
A limit of Lake Jennings trout caught earlier this month. (LAKE JENNINGS)


Here’s a report from San Diego’s Lake Jennings:

Join us for our second annual Kid’s Day on January 30, 2016 from 6

a.m. to 2 p.m.! Children 10 years and under fish for free! Fun for all ages!

400 pounds of trout will be stocked into our kid’s pond– 1 fish per child. Some fish will be tagged and can be redeemed at the bait and tackle shop for prizes such as free camping week-
ends, and free boat rentals.

For those who are beginning fishermen, Fishing University class will be held at 10 a.m. at the Bait Shop taught by our educated rangers.

They’ll help you rig your poles and choose the best bait and tackle to fish Lake Jennings!

The lake will be CLOSED on Friday, January 29 in preparation for the event. Shoreline fishing below the campground will be available to registered campers only on the 29th.


Hermit Cove and Eagle Cove were prime locations for catching our Sierra ‘bows this week. They are hitting on night-
crawlers and PowerBait (garlic scented or salmon peach).

Next week will begin our weekly stockings for five weeks in a row! 1,000 pounds. will be added next week and a total of 7,500 pounds will be stocked by February 21!


The shoreline of cloister cove and the T-dock are the best places for bass fishing. The bait of choice is shiners.


Bluegill have been hiding out along the Half Moon Cove shoreline. The best bait for catching panfish is nightcrawlers.

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