BARRETT: Closed for the season. Lake information: 619-465-3474 or www.sandiego.gov/water/recreation/.
HODGES: There were 49 anglers checked who reported 31 bass, 23 crappie, two channel catfish, and one carp. Information: 760-432-2023.
EL CAPITAN: There were 129 anglers checked and they reported 518 bass to 10 pounds. The lake is open Thursday through Monday with boat rentals available all five days. General lake information: 619-465-3474 or www.sandiego.gov/water/recreation/. Rental boat and concession information: 619-443-4110.
LOWER OTAY: There were 121 anglers checked and they reported 350 bass to 11.45 pounds, 28 crappie to 1.2 pounds, and seven redear to 2.1 pounds. Otay is open on a Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday schedule and boat rentals are available all three days. General lake information: 619-465-3474 or www.sandiego.gov/water/recreation/. Rental boat and concession information: 619-397-5212.
UPPER OTAY: There were four anglers checked and they reported eight bass to three pounds. The lake is open on a Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday for catch-and-release fishing (only artificial lures with single, barbless hooks), sunrise to sunset. The road to Upper Otay is closed, but anglers can still walk in. Lake information: 619-465-3474 (recording) or 619-397-5212 (concession) or www.sandiego.gov/water/recreation/.
MURRAY: No report. DFW trout plant this week. Lake information: 619-466-4847 or www.sandiego.gov/water/recreation/. There are boat rentals Friday through Sunday and the new concession number is 619-466-4847.
MIRAMAR: There were 16 anglers checked and they reported 29 bass, two bluegill, and one trout. DFW trout plants this week and two weeks ago. Marina concession: 858-527-1722. General information: 619-465-3474 or www.sandiego.gov/water/recreation/. New boat rental and concession information: 858-527-1722.
SUTHERLAND: Closed for the season. Lake information: 619-465-3474 or www.sandiego.gov/water/recreation/. Rental boat reservations: 619-668-2050 or email@example.com.
WOHLFORD: Trout plants this week and two weeks ago. The trout bite remains solid with nice stringers of fish coming out of Boat Dock Cove and along the south shoreline. Green or yellow PowerBait or inflated nightcrawlers are the top baits. A few crappie are starting to show with the best bite early in the morning. Wendell Jackson, Escondido, landed a 1.3-pounder on a live golden shiner in Boat Dock Cove. The bass action is slowly improving and a few nice fish have been reported. Mike Hernandez, Valley Center, landed a 6.2-pound largemouth on a plastic off the Senior Shoreline. For information contact the Ranger Station at 760-839-4346 or go to the website at www.wohlfordlake.com
DOANE POND: No recent DFW plants.
DIXON LAKE: Trout plants this week and two weeks ago. The bite is usually good into the weekend after the Wednesday plant. Pier 1 remains the top spot, but Trout Cove and Jack Creek Cove are nearly as good. Quite a few limits reported on inflated nightcrawlers and mini jigs. Top fish reported was a 9-2 rainbow landed by Tyler Lauricha, Valley Center, on nightcrawlers in Trout Cove. The largemouth action is also getting pretty decent with a major pre-spawn movement of fish up into shallower water less than 20 feet deep. The catfish bite has been pretty fair for anglers fishing shrimp. Lake information: 760-839-4680 or www.dixonlake.com.
POWAY: Very good trout action after last Wednesday’s plant, but the action has slowed this week. Top fish reported was an 11.2-pounder landed by Roberto Najera, Escondido, landed from Hidden Bay. The next plant will be March 4 (1,800 pounds)and include trophy fish. Catfish are fair for boat anglers fishing at the log boom with cut baits and a 10-pounder was caught and released this past week. The bass are showing in better numbers with a lot of fish in 15 feet of water or less on plastics, nightcrawlers, or Senko-like lures. Lake information: 858-668-4772, tackle shop recording 858-486-1234, or www.poway.org.
JENNINGS: Trout were good after last Wednesday’s plant but the action has slowed for shore anglers. The best bite has been at Cactus Patch, in Half Moon Cove, or off Sentry Point. Inflated nightcrawlers or small jigs or spinners have been the best baits. The next plant is set for March 4 and will include Lightning Trout. The bass have moved up with some cruising the shorelines and showing on Creature Baits and crawdads. A few night redear are also showing. Information: 619-390-1300 or www.lakejennings.org.
MORENA: No updated report. Information: 24-hour fishing update line 619-478-5473, ranger station 619-579-4101, or lakemorena.com.
CUYAMACA: Trout plant from Mt. Lassen this week, and DFW trout went in two weeks ago. The bite has been fair over the past week, but a couple of big trout were reported. Matt Scott, Matt Wong and Tyler Ward, all National City, had limits of rainbows fishing at the Lone Pine, including one at 9-4. Franklyn Wayant, Lakeside, landed an 8-8 rainbow to top off his trout limit. Information: 760-765-0515 or www.lakecuyamaca.org.
HENSHAW: No reports. Information: 760-782-3501.