Corona, CA: FISH REPORT: Oct. 6

CORONA LAKE: The catfish action remains very good, with a lot of quality fish in the catch. Jonathan Brown, Pasadena, landed a 17-pounder from a boat fishing shrimp. Ezra Duarte, La Habra, landed a 14 1/2-pound cat on a nightcrawlers at the dam, while Rodrigo Sanquino, Riverside, topped off his five-fish stringer with a 10 1/2-pound cat fishing shrimp from shore.

The top stringer of the week was posted by Santiago Palacios, West Covina, who landed 12 cats for 48 pounds fishing shrimp off J.D.'s Point, and his top fish was a six-pounder. Vicky and Diana Sanchez, both Covina, landed 16 cats for 47 pounds and their top fish were at 7 1/2 and 6 1/2 pounds, all on shrimp from a boat. Carlos Jhonny and Temo Carranza, both San Bernardino, had 20 cats for 43 pounds, including one at five pounds, also on shrimp from a boat.
Demetrius Johnson and Michael Jannson, both Rialto, landed 15 cats for 36 pounds on mackerel. The catfish plants are still weekly, but a test plant of rainbow trout went in last week and a few are starting show. Trout season is set to kick off with weekly plants starting the Oct. 15-16 weekend. Special half-price 24-hour fishing on Monday nights. No state fishing license is required here. Information: 951-277-3321 or log on at

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