Lake Jennings Fishing Report

Lake Jennings Fishing Report

3-22-2017
by Lake Jennings Staff
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TROUT

Trout are biting by the buoy line in Hermit Cove off of PowerBait and night crawlers. The lake will be stocked for 3 consecutive weeks beginning with 1,500 lbs. this week!

BASS

Anglers vying for bass are using plastic worms or swimbaits. Morning Dawn colored Roboworm is working best. The shoreline across from the boat dock and at the campground are the top producing locations.

CATFISH

Multiple catfish were caught in Cloister Cove this weekend. Anglers were catching them on night crawlers.

SPRING PHOTO CONTEST

The Lake Jennings Spring Photo Contest is here! Any photos taken at the lake between March-May are eligible for submission.

CATCHES OF THE WEEK

Roger Backstreet of El Cajon reeled in trout from Hermit Cove on rainbow PowerBait. The total weight was 8 lbs. Larry Laumann caught and released multiple bass from the campground shoreline on Saturday. He was using plastic worms as bait. Ryder Lynn went fishing with his grandpa and brother, both boys caught catfish off of night crawlers.

TIPS AND TRICKS

Best Trout Spots: Hermit Cove buoy line, Hermit Cove.
Best Trout Lures/Bait: PowerBait.
Best Bass Spots: Sentry Point.
Best Bass Lures/Bait: Swimbaits, plastic worms.
Best Catfish Spots: Hermit Cove, Dam buoy line.
Best Catfish Bait: Mackerel, Shrimp.
Best Pan fish Spot: Half Moon Cove.
Best Panfish Lures/Bait: Meal worms and night crawlers.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

This year’s Spring Carnival will be on Saturday, April 8th from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m! The festivities will include a reappearance of the Kid’s Pond for children under 10, free paddle boating for the whole family, and an egg hunt. 1,700 lbs. of trout will be stocked for this event. The lake will be open everyday for Spring Break from April 7th - 23rd



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