Thousands of pounds of brown trout at Diamond Valley Lake, great video contest at Santa Ana River Lakes and Corona Lake, Yosemite reds at Irvine Lake and Ed Rister from Lake Hesperia with a giant fish pulling rods and reels into the Lake.
Expert Guide Greg Silks covers Skinner and Diamond Valley Lakes and has some inside tips that you just have to hear.
Get all the latest from your favorite lakes in Southern California on today’s show.
There will also be instruction on how you can get your trout game up to speed and you'll find out where to spend your hard earned money and catch more fish this weekend.
The post-New Year’s trout bite is on fire this week at Irvine Lake, and the 5,000 pounds of “Yosemite Red” trout from 2 to 8 pounds stocked this week have started biting right away, reported Jimmy Getty at the Pro Shop. “The trout fishing overall is very good, and we are already seeing a lot of 4-pound class ‘Yosemite Reds’ coming in. Trolling along the west shoreline has been the best bet, as these fish have dispersed very quickly. They have beautiful bright red meat like a salmon, and may be the hardest-fighting trout we have ever stocked in the lake!”
Getty added, “We have our ‘Blind Bogey Bash’ going on this weekend, and our upcoming Martin Luther King weekend events will be spectacular!”
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