Date: 5/1/21
Park hours: 6:00 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. (Open seven days a week)

Dock closes: 7:00 p.m.

Last Plant: 1,500lbs. of Rainbow Trout Wednesday April 14th.
Next Plant: 750lbs. of Channel Catfish Friday May. 14th.
Water temperature: At surface 65.30 f., 8.13 D.O. @ 15’ 65.48 f., 7.96 D.O.Water level: Lowlevel, private watercraft are currently banned.Permits and boat rentals are sold at the Ranger Station. Currently we are credit/debit only no cash transactions. We do not sell fishing licenses so anglers must acquire them elsewhere prior to their visit. Facial coverings are required when purchasing a fishing permit or when entering or exiting the boats or boat dock area. The lake is offering $20 all day motor boats to seniors on Tuesdays and Thursdays and to active military every Saturday.
In order to protect Wohlford from invasive exotic Quagga mussels there is a ban on private watercraft and equipment that could have been exposed to mussels. Restricted equipment includes; private boats, canoes, kayaks, float tubes, trolling motors, fish finders, anchors, and other equipment that contacts the water.
Small to medium sized bass are being caught tight to shore. Rod Kiar of Escondido caught and released a 7.40# bass last Saturday on Bass Point using a Senko worm. Largemouth Bass can be caught using swimbaits, crawdads, or dark colored plastics.
Catfish can be caught throughout the lake but are more active near the west buoy line. Lake Wohlford cats prefer cut mackerel or chicken liver. Stop by the ranger station for a dough-bait recipe that works well on both catfish and carp.
Black Crappie are being caught mostly from boats. Crappie prefer the cover of shade and go after live golden shiners or mini-jigs.
Each month Whopper Contest winners in four categories are awarded a free fishing and boating permit. For information on the contest or fishing conditions, please contact the Ranger Station at (760) 839-4346. To view our current fish photos, visit our website at:http://www.wohlfordlake.comWHOPPER CONTEST WINNERS FOR APRIL WERE: