Lake Camanche

Amador - California


  • 7 catches

  • 390 followers

  • 9 spots

Radical shifts in the shoreline provide constantly changing cover, requiring anglers to fish each section of the lake as a distinct body of water. Rainbow Trout are abundant. 7,622 acres

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Lake Camanche Fishing Reports

Recently shared catches and fishing spots

  1. Largemouth Bass with a Senko, Jerk

  2. Details: Largemouth Bass with a white shallow dive crankbait

  3. Details: Spot with a baby bluegill roboworm 1/4 oz dropshot

    island top 20 ft

  4. Details: lgmouth with a spro ddlil john

    deep crank at boat almost

  5. Details: Spot with a watrmln red flk tube 1/4 oz

    15 ft pulling thru grass hit after jerked out of grass

  6. Details: lgmouth with a tube

    in the weedline 18 ft

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