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Pardee Reservoir

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Conditions reports for this lake are available when logged in. Last Conditions Report for Pardee Reservoir: 05.27.18
Pardee Reservoir on FishExplorer has 3 historic conditions reports, available to subscribers.
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Fish Species in Pardee Reservoir:
Black Crappie, Blue Catfish, Bluegill, (Log in for full fish species list)
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Lakes & Rivers Nearby:
Amador Lake  |  Camanche Lake  |  New Hogan Lake
Pardee Reservoir
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Fishing is very consistent at Pardee Lake, most visit for the Rainbow Trout at the lake, however locals consider Pardee to be a well kept secret when it comes to the Bas fishing. Catfish fishing is surprisingly good for the climate, and kids always have fun with the plentiful supply of sunfish.

Pardee boasts a total of 141 beautiful oak studded camp sites within 2 separate campgrounds. T... Log in for additional details...

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From EBMUD: From the Bay Area, take Interstate 680 to 580 towards Stockton. 580 turns into 205. Take 205 until Interstate 5. From 5 take Lathrop Rd. exit. Stay on Hwy 99 North until Waterloo Rd. exit east bound. Stay on Waterloo Rd. through the town of Clements. At the intersections of Hwy 88 and Hwy 12 (yellow blinking traffic light) you can go left onto Hwy 88 (as per directions above) or continue on Hwy 12 East towards Valley Springs/San Andreas. From Hwy 12 turn left onto Burson Rd. Turn right onto South Camanche Parkway. Go about one mile. Turn left onto East Camanche Parkway. Cross bridge (Buena Vista Rd.) and continue on roadway until Stony Creek Rd. Turn right. Go about one mile up the roadway until you reach the park entrance. For more, visit

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Pardee Master Angler Awards
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Pardee Reservoir Stocking 2018 to 2020
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Lake Class: 3