Lake Paul Hodges, or Paul Hodges Reservoir, is a reservoir/lake located in Southern California, about 31 miles north of San Diego and just south of Escondido, California. When full, the reservoir has 1,234 surface acres, a maximum water depth of 115 feet, and 27 miles of shoreline. Interstate 15 crosses Lake Hodges via the Lake Hodges Bridge, which is the only inland way to San Diego. Approximately 1000 feet west of the I-15 freeway bridge there is a bicycle/pedestrian bridge which opened on May 15, 2009 and is the longest stressed ribbon bridge in the world.
Out of 123 anglers there was reported 9 bass kept (13 released), 3 bluegill, 85 crappie, and 3 channel catfish.
41 anglers caught 49 crappie, 37 bluegill, six bass, and five carp this past week.
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