Inland Valley Lakes, March 1 Report

CUCAMONGA-GUASTI: The trout action has been fair to good, with some real quality trout planted in the past week. The best was a 10.4-pounder landed by Khansh Ngyien, Montclair, on a nightcrawler near the flag poles on the large lake. Jorge Gomez, Pomona, had an 8.2-pound trout on a jig, also near the flag poles. County trout plants are 780 pounds per week. The most recent DFW trout plant was more than a month ago. Information: 909-481-4205.

PRADO: The third of San Bernardino County Parks’ derbies this season was here this past Saturday, and there were 463 entrants. The biggest trout was a 9-5 landed by Kyle Sullenger, Brea, on garlic PowerBait. Dylan Buzard, Bloomington, was second with a 7-7 rainbow, while

Felipe DeJesus Vasquez, Chino, was third with a 7-5 trout. Salvador Serrano, was fourth with a 4-13, while Carlos Estrella, San Bernardino, was fifth with a 4-12. County trout plants are weekly with 780 pounds per stocking. DFW trout went in four weeks ago. Small boats (non-inflatable with a hard bottom) under 16 feet with electric motors are allowed. Information: 909-597-4260.

YUCAIPA: The trout bite has been fair to good this past week with quite a few limits reported. Danny Nanhthadet, Banning, had three trout averaging about 1-8 each, all on jigs from the lower lake. County trout plants are 780 pounds per week and split between two of the lakes. There is work ongoing at the middle lake, so plants will be at the upper and lower lakes for the next few plants. Last DFW plant was over a month ago. Information: 909-790-3127.

GLEN HELEN: The trout bite has been fair to good, especially right after the weekly county plant. County plants are 780 pounds per week, and there was a DFW plant scheduled for this week. Both the big and small lakes have been producing fish. Information: 909-887-7540.

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