CUCAMONGA-GUASTI: The first county plant of the season went in last week, and plants will be weekly the rest of the fishing season. No DFW plants yet this season. Information: 909-481-4205.
PRADO: Park staff at the lake say no county plant went in last week, but staff at parks headquarters say they did. Confusion reigns. DFW trout were planted last week, but almost no one is fishing here. Small boats (non-inflatable with a hard bottom) under 16 feet with electric motors are allowed. Information: 909-597-4260.
YUCAIPA: The first county plant of the season went in Thursday last week — 750 pounds of Jess Ranch trout stocked in the top and middle lakes. These plants will be weekly on Thursdays. A 300-pound DFW trout plant also went in last week. Information: 909-790-3127.
GLEN HELEN: The first county trout plant of the season and DFW plants went in last week. The county will be planting 750 pounds of trout each week on Thursday in the large lake. The fishing has been fair to good since the plants with very light fishing pressure. A few limits reported on a variety of lures and baits. Rutilo Ortiz, San Bernardino, had five rainbows on rainbow PowerBait and his best fish was a seven-pounder. Jeff Phaymany, San Bernardino, had three rainbows to two pounds on pink and white jibs, while Joe Aranda, Ontario, had four trout to 2-8 on salmon eggs. Information: 909-887-7540.