Fishing Trails in California
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Fishing Trails in California

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1 - 90 mi
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California has 64 fishing trails. These trails range from 1 to 90 miles in length. The most popular trails are Laurel Canyon, Iowa Hill Loop and Blue Lakes & Indian Valley. Trails.com member Andy L. recently completed Stuart Fork Trail to Emerald and Sapphire Lakes.
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These tantalizingly named lakes lie at the end of a trail that crosses one of the largest ...
Laurel Lakes - 4s86 is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Mono County, California. It ...
There are many beautiful lakes and meadows, as well as vistas of the Mokelumne Wilderness. ...
This hike visits the meadows and glacier-polished bedrock of the western Sierra Nevada. ...
This mountain bike ride covers 20 miles of trails and completely traverses Anthony Chabot ...
You will edge along beautiful canyons and mountainsides that are still recovering from ...
This rail-trail immerses you in the culture of the sea. If you are lucky, otters will ...
This ride takes in part of the extremely popular Rubicon Jeep Trail. An incredibly scenic ...
The Haypress Trail leads deep into the Marble Mountains Wilderness and passes through ...
The Woods Lake Loop explores an alpine basin in the High Sierras near Carson Pass, named ...
This east-west road over Henness Pass, said to be the last trans-Sierra backcountry road, ...
Six miles long, five miles wide and more than 8,000 feet high, Monache Meadows is often ...
Sierra Summit Mountain Resort is located in the heart of the Sierra National Forest, part ...
A chance to do some beach driving; camping on the spit (a small point of land extending ...
The riparian corridor along Dry Creek serves as a shady start to a hiking tour through ...
Follow this meandering path into the heart of the Ishi Wilderness—named after the last ...
Laguna Niguel Regional Park is comprised of 236 acres of rolling terrain with hiking, ...
This trail makes a brief stop-off at an impressive cinder cone volcano before circling ...
This trail provides access to the McCloud River, which is hard to reach in most places. ...
The dramatic Devil’s Punchbowl is revealed at the last moment, after climbing a steep ...
This hike is a great loop through one of Northern California’s least-traveled wilderness ...
This is the most northerly, and remote, route I describe. Lush forests, vistas, rugged ...
As rough and tumble as the river it follows, as enchanting as the canyon that cradles ...
Scanning the western and southern horizons from this shoreline rail-trail, hikers, cyclists, ...
This trip drops from the rolling high country north of Green Valley into the upper reaches ...
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