San Pablo Reservoir

Contra Costa - California


  • 22 catches

  • 311 followers

  • 5 spots

A long, narrow lake with a steep shoreline, located in an East Bay MUD park that is surrounded by trees, brush, and grass. Marina, boat rentals, bait & tackle, store, hiking trails and WCB accessible fishing dock.

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San Pablo Reservoir Fishing Reports

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  1. First catfish.

    18 in. Channel Catfish

  2. My daughter caught this massive channel catfish, which we measured and released. I estimate it was about 30 inches and 20 lbs caught on 30 lb test braided nylon.

    20 lb. 30 in. Channel Catfish

    1. Robert Coleman 0
      Very nice 🐱! Congrats to her! 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
    2. Capt Morris Campbell 0
      really nice Cat!!
    3. Bill Fussell 0
      yea that is a big one great job!!!
    4. Scott Sorrell 0
      Congrats to your daughter..that's a nice cat
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  3. 10 in. Rainbow Trout with a Casting with green rubber worm and weighted hook.

  4. tiger shark with a pile worms

    1. Max Ke 0
      That's a leopard shark, not a tiger shark. Big difference.
  5. im not sure if is a flounder. please let me know if im wrong

    flounder with a pile worms

    1. che saephanh 0
      please check view on map to know i didnt intentally post wrong locations names. how can i contact developers to fix this problem of automatically giving a location ...more name because i now notice my other catchs have wrong locatiokn names
    2. che saephanh 0
      im sorry for not taking the initiative myself to fix the name locations
    3. che saephanh 0
      look at my sting ray catch. it was from san pablo bay too but the app automatic listing says the delta.
    4. che saephanh 0
      im not posting wrong informatiom. its the fishidy app thats giving a name to my locations. check san pablo bay and youll see my post.
    5. Ham Bone 0
      This guys posting false locations Ive been fishing san pablo dam res for over 10 years its freshwater there ain't no sharks in there
    6. Christopher Pereira 0
      i thought those were saltwater fish. or is that place tidal?
    7. che saephanh 0
      thank you. it surprised me too. i didnt even see the bite. i was reeling it in to re bait
    8. Ham Bone 0
      Wow looks like a flounder to me crazy how ya never know what's in the water I fish san Pablo reservoir a lot got big trout sun channel cats a few Carp and bass ...more I've hear rumors of sturgeon in there and now a flounder I've seen it all amazing catch buddy
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  6. Last 2 casts of the day fishing with a buddy hadn't caught a thing all day then in last 15 mins pulled out two lunker catfish 3 mins apart

    Channel Catfish with a salmon egg & night crawler

  7. Took my litter sister fishing first fish ever caught monster rainbow trout !!!

    5 lb. Rainbow Trout with a power bait

  8. Details: Channel Catfish with a Hot doggies

    Horrible bite and fight, but inevitably a nice fish. Didn't get a weight or measurement. Any estimates?

    1. kylemeniketti 0
      Damn and the location is wrong on this. It was caught at Lafayette.
    2. kylemeniketti 0
      Thanks for the feedback! I wish I had a scale but I was hoping he was 20ish, but 15-20 isn't a bad guess at all.
    3. King_Fisher 0
      I'm with @CrappieFisherman12 probably around 15ish.
    4. Jackson Roberts 0
      I'd say more like 15-20 pounds
    5. twills994 0
      nice catch man! I'd say about 40-50 pounds
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