Saturday, May 26, 2012

Fishing Conditions as Reported last reported By Big Bear Sporting Goods

Rated 4 stars out of 5

The Trout bite remains strong from both the north shoreline and boats trolling the southern bays as well as near the observatory. Bass and Crappie are biting real good too! Just hang a jig or nightcrawler from a bobber for the Crappie while the Large Mouths seem to prefer artificials and spinners. Lake temps in the High 50's (West End) to Mid 60's (East End) and clarity to about 12'. The trout are hanging around 18'-25' deep and Trollers are getting hit by some big fish near the solar observatory...the latest was a 12.5' rod bendin' Rainbow that hit on a "Needlfish".  Power Baits and Gulp! rule the day for shoreline anglers from the dam to Juniper Point especially in Garlic and Salmon Egg fishing from the bottom with a 4'-5' leader. The D.O. content remains in the 7.1 (At approx 20' deep) to 7.6 (Surface) range West To East on Big Bear Lake.


Best Time to Fish
Morning    Afternoon Evening
3AM - 11AM        
Good
11AM - 6PM
Good
        6PM - 12AM
       No Data Available

Water Data
Clarity          Temp        
Clear
      
                    High 50's to Mid 60's Fahrenheit
 

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