San Antonio Lake is located W of the city of Bradley in Monterey County. From Hwy. 101 at Bradley, exit Jolon Rd. and go West. Stay on Jolon for the N. end of the lake or turn Left on Naciemeinto Lake Dr. and then Right on Interlake Rd. to the S. lake facilities.

The Lake consists of 5,500 surface acres and 60 miles of shoreline. It rests at an elevation of 900ft. in the rolling oak hills of Central California. The lake is open year-round, 24 hours. Camping is allowed at both the South and North ends with some shoreline spots available.

There are four public launch ramps located on both north and south ends. Over-night slips, rental fishing boats, pontoons, ski boats, and jet skis are available at the South Shore Marina - (805) 472-2815

There are small and largemouth bass, stripers, catfish, crappie, red-ear and bluegill here. Night fishing for catfish is popular here because the lake is open 24 hours. Fish cleaning facilities are located at the launch ramps. Striped bass minimum size is 18 inches, limit is 10.

Our bait recommendations

Here's the baits that our Pros love for this lake.