Here’s the latest from our friends at Lake Jennings in the San Diego area:
Lake Jennings is warming up and the trout have moved out deep. However, this past weekend produced trout both off the T-Dock/Fishing Float and the Buoyline at Cactus Patch. If you’re waiting for catfish stockings to start
targeting them than you’re missing out, Catfish are already moving into the shallows with sightings in the double-digit range. Lake Jennings will start stocking catfish the week of May 19
and will begin the season with 3,000 pounds.
“Night Fishing” season will commence on Friday, May 23, 2014 for the three-Day Memorial Day Weekend so Lake Jennings will celebrate the holiday by being open until midnight on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and open until 8:30 pm
on Monday. Watch for the change of “Hours of Operation” for the “Night Fishing” season.
bass fishing is good at best and no word of panfish.
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Best Catfish Spots: Bird Trees and Siesta Cove
Best Catfish Bait: Mackerel, Chicken Liver, or Dough Bait
Best Bass Spots: All along the banks
Best Bass Lures/Bait: Crawdads and Kreature Baits
Best Trout Spots: Deeper waters and Trolling
Best Trout Lures/Bait: PowerBait, PowerWorms, and Nightcrawlers
Best Panfish Spots: Coves
Best Panfish Lures/Bait: Mealworms and Wax Worms
? Siesta Cove: Taylor Edberg of El Cajon, 10 ¾ pound Catfish using Frozen Sardines.
? T-Dock/Fishing Float: Darrell Stewart of El Cajon, 7 ¼ and a 5 pound Sierra Bow Trout using
? Hermit Cove Buoyline: Edgar Pineda of Chula Vista, 4 pound Sierra Bow Trout using PowerBait.
? Big Rock (Not on Map, ask for location): Sean Nunez caught a 15.25 Blue Catfish using a piece of bread.
? Eagle Point: Justin Hickison of Imperial Beach, 3 ½ pound Catfish using Sardines.
Water Temperature: 61 Degrees at 100’ and 70.5 Degrees at 10’