Lake Jennings Fishing Report

Lake Jennings Fishing Report

by Lake Jennings Staff


The Campground shoreline produced trout and bass during the week, including limits! Weekend anglers caught trout in depths of 30 -40 ft. by boat or casting from Siesta Point with mini jigs or inflated night crawlers.

Our Annual Kids Day is this Saturday, February 11th— Kids under 10 fish free for the day! They may also catch one fish each from the Kid’s Pond until the fish are gone. 1,700 lbs. of rainbow trout will be stocked for this event. Please note: the T-dock will be closed on Friday, February 10th.


Bass are being reeled in from Sentry Point and off the T-dock using Hookup Baits or drop shot technique.


Anglers casting off the side of Eagle Point are landing large bluegill with meal worms and night crawlers.


Danny Kartes reeled in a bass from the shoreline using a 1/32 oz. brown Hookup Bait jig on 4 lb. test line.

Andy Leon of Lakeside reeled in a 4 lbs. bass from the T-dock.

Romel Patani landed his limit from the campground shoreline on Friday. He fished the early morning hours with pink and white skirted mini jigs.


The entire lake will be open on Monday, February 20th for President’s Day. Rent a boat, fish the shoreline, or bring a picnic!

Lake Jennings will be open late for Full Moon Fishing on Saturday, March 11th! The lake will remain open until 10 p.m. for fishing under the stars. A full sized-lantern is required after 6 p.m. Catch the trout bite at dusk or cast for catfish roaming at night.


Best Trout Spots: Campground shoreline, Eagle Point
Best Trout Lures/Bait: Mini jigs
Best Bass Spots: T-dock
Best Bass Lures/Bait: Drop-shot, Texas rig, inflated night crawlers
Best Catfish Spots: T-dock, Half Moon Cove
Best Catfish Bait: Mackerel
Best Panfish Spot: Her mit Cove
Best Panfish Lures/Bait: Meal worms and night crawlers.

Bringing your kiddos to Kid’s Day this Saturday? Make it a weekend by staying at our campground. Tent and Tipi sites are still available! Call (619) 390-1623 or visit Our shaded playground is open to the public every day for just $2 per adult, children are free!

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