Lake Jennings Fishing Report

Lake Jennings Fishing Report

6-7-2018
by Lake Jennings Staff
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Even though the weather is warming up trout are still biting. Anglers caught some in Hermit Cove this past weekend. Come rent a boat or launch your own and try your luck! You may just find some waiting for ya!

There were plenty of catfish being caught on cut mackerel and dip bait. Some of the top spots seem to be the T-dock and Hermit Cove. We stocked 1,000 lbs. of catfish in the lake this week. This delivery boasted some large cats too! Average size was over 2 lbs. with plenty in the 3-4+ lb. range!

If you're interested in night fishing but haven't tried it yet... Now is the time! Anglers are getting full stringers of nice size cats.

There were some good size bass located at the T-dock, Half Moon Cove and BIG bass seen in Cloister Cove and Shadow Cove.

Lots of redear sunfish and bluegill over in Half Moon Cove and Shadow Cove. Mealworms or waxworms are your best bet.

For those of you looking for karp, typically here at LJ we only see them over in Half Moon Cove or by the dam and this week some very large karp were spotted in Cloister Cove. Come try and catch 'em!

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School is out for some of you already and others are right around the corner! The kids will be looking for something to do. Make a camping reservation soon for your summertime getaway. You can book online or call (619) 390-1623. There's lots of activities to keep them busy. Hiking, scavenger hunts, jumbo jenga, tetherball, horseshoes, the possibilities are endless!

Kayaking and paddle boats are available to rent Friday-Sunday and fun for the whole family!

The lake will be open daily the entire month of July. Hours will be 6:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Sunday-Thursday and 6:00 a.m. to Midnight on Fridays and Saturdays!



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