Southern California Bass Fishing Reports
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Featured LakeSan Antonio
San Antonio is located at an elevation of 900 feet. It has 5,500 surface acres, formed by the damming of the San Antonio River.
Lake San Antonio is open year-round with full-hookup campsites available. Campsites without full hookups but with water and electric are available. There is also a large shoreline camping area.
The lake area is an important wintering ground for Bald and Golden eagle as well as Osprey. The first Saturday of January,the parks department conducts an eagle count with the help of volunteers. The parks department also provides eagle watching tours and has an eagle watch boat to conduct sightings.
Largemouth, smallmouth and striped bass can be caught in San Antonio, an excellent year round warm water fishery.
For more information, call the Monterey County Parks at (805) 472-2311.
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