2019 Lake Pardee Fishing Report, Map, How to fish this lake.Public Land Hunting, Clubs,Ranches

2019 Lake Pardee Fishing Reports and Map

Fishing Map of Lake Pardee

About Lake Pardee 

Lake Pardee ready for Saturday, Feb. 4 opener? Check back to see, rainbow trout, kokanee, both large and  smallmouth bass. Not to mention  crappie, bluegill 
The early season are trout,  the lake is planted and have decent to large sized of  2 to 10  pounds  and better caught.

You strategy has to address the rain and temperature and clarity of the lake this time of year.

Clear water,  lures run alone if water murkey use attractors. Our fishing report indicates imitation minnow  Rebel or Rapalas  colored rainbow, shad, black and silver  if murkey, and gold and  black if clear water..

Stick to the top 15-18 feet a good distance after the boat.  Needlefish are always good in Gold Country lakes, as a way to mix things up, though they are light in weight, and you may have to put some lead weight or buy a  down riggers Under the low visibility use attractors 
  Pardee is an excellent shore fishing lake, as the planted fish stick near the Marina, and they can pick them off using powerbait dipped in Maple syrup or  salmon eggs or worms, combine any of these with cheese or marshmallow if things are not working. .  A slip-sinker rig and light leader may  be the top rig to start the season, but  bobbers can’t be counted out of the  equation. For bottom fishing, try a barrel  sinker and 2 feet of 4-pound leader. For  floats, the basic bobber will Work, but a  slipbobber will allow you to finely tune  the depth of the bait. ‘  
WHERE ARE THEY? The easy answer  is in the Marina Cove. From the bank,  there is no better place to park yourself.  From a boat, “where” becomes much  more nebulous and you will have
to do a  bit of searching, but the reward can be  fat square-tailed holdovers who have ‘  forgotten that a hook can sting.  Remember, when attempting to zero   history can help.  Just outside the Narrows was a happening spot last year; you may also want  to check in on Woodpile Gulch. Then  South Arm’s southwest shoreline near the Outlet Tower is another place of   note, as is the intersection of the Channel Arm and the main lake. 
Head  upstream and give Grapevine Gulch a shot, especially the 100 yards on either 3  side of the waterfall. The bay across  from Kirkwood Gulch can be good, and  way up near the Log Boom, Indian Rock  can almost always produce fish. r  
LOCATION: Situated in the  heart of the Gold Country, Lake Pardee  is just a stone’s throw from Stockton and  Sacramento. At an elevation of 580 feet,  Lake Pardee covers 2,200 surface
acres  and has 47 miles of shoreline. The  Mokelume River supplies most of the  water at this lake, but numerous small  feeder streams contribute their flowsas  well. Dozens of narrow gulches branch  off the Channel Arm, and along the  North and South arms y0u’1l find gentler  coves and large bays. Typical of the  Motherlode, Pardee sits in brush and oak  studded hills, home to wild turkeys, deer,  mountain lions and a few bald eagles.  
SEASON & RULES: Lake Pardee is  open on a seasonal basis, with fishing  allowed from February to late October.  A three-month yearly closure is tough to  take for Pardee regulars, but the break in  fishing pressure can make for outrageous opening days.  Pardee is a water supply and as such is  a no-contact lake. Don’t expect to  see
swimmers, water skiers or personal watercraft here. Float tubing  is allowed, but anglers must wear  waders. 

The marina and Narrows  have a 5 m.p.h. no-wake speed  limit that is strictly enforced, but the  remainder of the lake is posted at 25  mph.

FACILITIES: Run by the East Bay  Municipal Utility District, with concessions operated by the Lake Pardee  Marina, this hot spot offers developed  campsites and RV sites with full  hookups. The lake has a broad, multi- lane boat launching ramp with docks, a  full service marina and well-stocked  tackle shop. You can rent a boat, tank up  your vessel with gas or take care of your  catch at the fish cleaning station. You‘ll  also find two swimming pools, a restaurant and a store. The park has showers,  picnic sites and handicap access.

 AT A GLANCE  Where: Lake Pardee is in the Sierra Foothills,  near Highway 88, just 38 miles northeast oi  Stockton.  Size: The lake sits at 580 above sea level, ha  2.200 surface acres and 47 miles of  shoreline.  Target fish: Warm and coldwater species both  live in Pardee. Chase rainbow trout, kokanee  salmon, large and smallmouth bass, catfish  and panfish.  Facilities: There are 100 spots developed campsite:  for tents, RV sites with full hookups and  disposal stations. The lake has a multi-lane  launch ramp with docks, a full service  marina with boat rentals and gas. tackle  store and moorage. There are two swimming  pools, a restaurant and store, picnic areas.  showers and laundromat, and hiking trails.
 

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