Murray Reservoir Fishing Report near La Mesa, California
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For a reservoir that is only 171 acres Murray Reservoir is deep (95 feet max) and holds a lot of nice Florida strain largemouth bass, rainbow trout that are stocked in the spring and fall, fair panfish, and ok catfish. If you want to fish here it’s not free; you need a permit to fish here and the prices are as follows Adults (16 & over) - $5.00; Senior/Disabled - $2.50; Youth (8-15) - $2.50; Child (7 & under) - Free. While you are here you might want to use the numerous picnic tables and barbeques that are scattered around the lake or the nice boat launch. The only downside is you can’t have body contact with the water and you can’t bring you’re jetski or waverunner. Try fishing with swim baits, soft plastics, spinners, crank baits, jigs, and live bait. Good luck fishing!
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