Fishing Trails in California
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Fishing Trails in California

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1 - 29 mi
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California has 41 fishing trails. These trails range from 1 to 29 miles in length. The most popular trails are Anthony Chabot Regional Park, North Yolla Bolly Trails and Dinkey Creek. Trails.com member Mar T. recently completed Shelter Island.
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The long canyon of Stuart Fork and the three lakes at the head are breathtakingly beautiful ...
Laurel Lakes - 4s86 is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Mono County, California. It ...
This mountain bike ride covers 20 miles of trails and completely traverses Anthony Chabot ...
A great blue heron ambles on stilt-legs across the reed-fringed shallows, stabbing occasionally ...
This rail-trail immerses you in the culture of the sea. If you are lucky, otters will ...
The riparian corridor along Dry Creek serves as a shady start to a hiking tour through ...
This amazing route, which will one day be part of a greater trail system that will circumnavigate ...
Ever have one of those days when you’ve caught so many fish you lose count? That’s what ...
Just look at it, sitting there so peacefully. Nobody around to take away from its serenity. ...
This Arroyo Grande lake can be the best lake San Luis Obispo County has to offer. One ...
Rain or shine, frost or drought, the Kings River usually stands up to all of Mother Nature’s ...
The storied history of the Kern River is really a tale of two rivers. The first, the North ...
With the hard-flowing Kern River pumping in for most of the year, Isabella Lake is often ...
It’s called the Dinkey Lakes Wilderness, but don’t let the name fool you. The Dinkey Lakes ...
Big trout equal bigger bass. That’s the formula lake officials have used to turn this ...
Anglers come to Lake Cachuma for two reasons—trout and bass. It’s as simple as that. The ...
The holiday season marks the time of year anglers start seeking out early-winter steelhead ...
A pair of trails in the little town of North Fork offers glimpses into both the nature ...
The rich riparian zone that thrives on the banks of the San Joaquin River provides the ...
The muddy delta at the mouth of the San Diego River is home to an endangered California ...
The Point Vicente Fishing Access Trail descends the eroding cliffs to the rounded cobble ...
Irvine Park offers many family-friendly amenities, including a two-acre fishing lake, ...
Laguna Niguel Regional Park is comprised of 236 acres of rolling terrain with hiking, ...
This hike’s trail system takes you into the heart of the North Yolla Bolly Mountains, ...
Scanning the western and southern horizons from this shoreline rail-trail, hikers, cyclists, ...
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