Otay Lake Fishing Chula Vista \/\/TOP\\\\
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At this writing, however, records indicate it has been quite a few years since this lake was last planted, but there are a good number of other fishing lakes in San Diego County and elsewhere in Southern California where you still can catch trout.
Upper Otay is one of only two lakes (Barrett the other) that has a strict catch and release fishing program for all species. Like Barrett, only artificial, barbless lures are allowed. There is no live or dead bait allowed of any kind.
The dam was built in 1901, shortly after the dam at Lower Otay was completed. Initially, the reservoir was used only as an emergency water reserve for the Lower Otay Treatment Facility. But in the 1950s Upper Otay was selected to become one of the most important lakes in bass fishing history.
Access for fishing from the bank is available along most of the twenty five miles of shoreline, with some of the easiest along the west shore. Boat access is via Otay Lake City of San Diego Reservoir boat launch ramp on the west side of the lake, off Wueste Road. Rental boats are available at the concession near the boat landing, which also has bait, fishing tackle and snacks.
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