CUCAMONGA-GUASTI: Good action on the planted rainbows with many of the fish in the 2- to 3-pound range. County fish are planted each week, and the DFG also planted trout this week and two weeks ago. Most trout are being reported on floating dough baits in rainbow and chartreuse with garlic. Inflated nightcrawlers with garlic are also a good bet, and some fish are showing on the small trout jigs and plastics. Information: (909) 481-4205.
PRADO: The trout fishing was good this past week, with the best bite on PowerBait, inflated nightcrawlers, small trout worms and small trout jigs. County trout plants are each week, and the DFG planted this week and two weeks ago. Small boats (non-inflatable with a hard bottom) under 16 feet with electric motors are allowed. Information: (909) 597-4260.
YUCAIPA: Overall, the trout action has been good with county trout plants each week and DFG trout were planted three weeks ago. The best action has been on the small trout jigs and trout plastics, but the usual array of floating dough baits is also taking a lot of fish. Lake information: (909) 790-3127.
GLEN HELEN: Good trout action this past week. The county plants are weekly, and there were DFG trout plants last week and four weeks ago. PowerBaits, inflated nightcrawlers and small trout jigs and plastics have all be scoring fish. The last event in the San Bernardino County Park trout derby series will be held here April 14. Information: (909) 887-7540.
MOUNT BALDY TROUT POOLS: The heavily stocked pools are open every Saturday and Sunday. No fishing license is needed. Information: (909) 982-4246.
SECCOMBE LAKE: DFG trout plants last week and three weeks ago. Few reports. Information: (909) 384-5233.