Lake McClure, Mariposa, CA, USA

Lake McClure, Mariposa, CA, USA

Lake McClure has a great population of Largemouth Bass, Spotted Bass, Bluegill, Crappie, Catfish, Rainbow Trout, Kokanee Salmon and King Salmon but is known as one of the best Spotted Bass fisheries in the Motherlode. These feisty fish have taken over and are the dominant species at Lake McClure.

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Little Grass Valley Reservoir, Plumas County, CA

Little Grass Valley Reservoir, Plumas County, CA

Little Grass Valley supports rainbow, German brown, and kokanee salmon. Little Grass Valley is stocked with rainbow trout annually

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Bucks Lake, Plumas County, CA

Bucks Lake, Plumas County, California

Offers a wide variety of angling possibilities; with Brookies, Browns, Rainbows, Kokanee, and the ever sought after Lake Trout or Macinaw. The best time for the Macks is right after the lake opens till the first of July. Bucks Lake is located 50 miles from Oroville, 97 miles from […]

Whiskeytown Lake, Shasta County, CA

Whiskeytown Lake, Shasta County, CA

Whiskeytown, smaller than the other lakes in the areas by far with only 3,200 surface acres and 36 miles of shoreline, is the best place in the region for recreational sailing and for kokanee fishing.

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Stampede Reservoir, Sierra County, CA

Stampede Reservoir, Sierra County, CA

Stampede Reservoir offers a fine stock of Brown Trout, Rainbows and Kokanee not to mention some Mackinaw.

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Lake Berryessa, Napa County, CA

Lake Berryessa, Napa County, CA

Fishing is one of the main attractions of the lake which has a great population of Rainbow Trout, Kokanee Salmon, King Salmon, Largemouth, Smallmouth & Spotted Bass, Crappie, Catfish and other species of Panfish.

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Crescent Lake, Wallowa County, OR

Crescent Lake, Wallowa County, OR

Fishing for the Kokanee, Mackinaw, German Browns, and Rainbows is the most popular recreation at Crescent Lake

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New Bullards Bar Reservoir, Yuba County

New Bullards Bar Reservoir, Yuba County

Fishing is open year round for both warm and cold water fish.

The different species of fish that you’ll find in Bullards Bar Reservoir are, Kokanee Salmon, Rainbow & Brown Trout, Smallmouth, Largemouth and Spotted Bass, Crappie, Mackinaw Trout, Catfish and other species of Panfish.

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Paulina Lake, Deschutes County

Paulina Lake, Deschutes County

Paulina Lake offers Kokanee, rainbow trout, brown trout, tui chub, and blue chub fishing

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East Lake, Deschutes County

East Lake, Deschutes County

East Lake offers Brown trout, rainbow trout, brook trout, Atlantic salmon, and kokanee fishing.

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