Channel catfish are found in every state in the lower forty eight and their season normally runs from late spring through the fall. Late afternoons into the night are more active hours for the mostly nocturnal feeders, and this weekend Lake Jennings will kick off their night-fishing season with 2,000 pounds of stocked channel catfish. The lake will be open for fishing until midnight, Friday through Sunday this Memorial Day weekend. Night fishing continues all summer through Labor Day with the lake staying open Friday and Saturday nights until midnight. Lanterns are required after 8pm. A California State Fishing License is required in addition to your lake permit for those over 16 years of age.
Ongoing until Saturday, September 1, 2018