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FLOAT TUBE FISHING FORUM » Float Tubes, Pontoons and Related Equipment Discussions » Fishing Related Discussions » Fullerton's Laguna Lake interesting info

Fullerton's Laguna Lake interesting info

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1Fullerton's Laguna Lake interesting info Empty Fullerton's Laguna Lake interesting info on Fri Dec 28, 2012 9:28 am


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Just some interesting info about the "new" Laguna Lake-

The first fish and their numbers to go into Laguna Lake on and about November 2005:

350 3-6 inch Largemouth Bass
1,750 fingerling Northern Bluegill
3,500 small Channel Catfish

No fishing was allow for about 1 year after the initial stocking. No doubt the Redears that are in the lake came in with the baby Bluegill.
Were crappie ever put in the lake?

2Fullerton's Laguna Lake interesting info Empty Re: Fullerton's Laguna Lake interesting info on Fri Dec 28, 2012 10:07 am


I know of now Crappie in the lake in fact the Panfish populations will large is mainly small Bluegill. I have seen a few hubcaps in there bu they are all pretty small.

The Bass are taken very good care of over there, with there feeding being from the DFG stocked trout Razz They get pretty big but as most park lakes go they are not easy to catch, but they are there.

Catfish are there mainly small with a few nice guys and are stocked like the trout are. This is were I learned to fish and it is a very nice lake now that they have cleaned it up. I miss the lily pads through, but that was one of the main reason they needed to clean it up.

No if we could only convince Fullerton to let us tube it we could fish the back sides of the reeds. lol!

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