2019 Lake Casitas Fishing Map and Report and Santa Barbara Hunting Clubs and Ranches

2019 Lake Casitas Best Areas Fishing Map and Report and also SoCal / Santa Barbara Hunting Clubs and Ranches

 Fishing Map and Fishing Report for Lake Casitas and Ventura Hunting Clubs too!

Lake Casitas’ bass  are most effectively caught with live bait, according to our fish report  from the big bass  experts, especially in the spring, when the sizable ones are on nests. Most prominently at the less deep  north end of the lake. More are in spots  around the island, sunken island and  southwest coves.  Use our fishing map to see more.
At  Lake Casitas, as winter ends in  January and February,  use either live  crawdads or big trout looking plugs or lures.  In March and April, hit the spawning areas according to the fish reports.
  Then, as the weather warms over the period from May to the end of  June the shad spawn is on and you can get your own bait with a  shad net.  The shad are near the  main launch ramp or any  of the  docks,  all you have to do is plunge down with your net and the shad will fill the  bottom of the net.
Generally, seek out the  brush  and also some exposed dead branches in Station Canyon, indicating the underwater  points are  located. 
The submerged island in mid lake is very productive and of course try and follow the topography of the land to envision where the points are underwater. Use our Lake Casitas fishing map for best results.
For using live shad, tackle should be  8-pound test  line and a No. 4 beak style hook. Hook  the shad through the lips and cast   or drift with the wind.  Set the hook after waiting a few counts to ensure a decent set..
 You might prefer to fish with a plastic worm or other artificial lure. Warming water  will make more fish  active, and this is when  they are more susceptible to these lures, as well as  the  big trout lures, our fishing report  says the best of the  plastic worming techniques  here is drop-shotting.
You put the worm  above  the sinker, let  the worm fall all the way  to the bottom on slack  line. The fish hit when you  bring the line tight and  the worm hops back up.
Make sure  you get to the water early,  baits will also work well in summer but that action is complicated by the weed growth now present.     
Lake is open all year.  Spring is the top season from  the end of February through the  month of May.  Lake has bass, red ear,  crappie, channel catfish and  rainbow trout.

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