Fly-Fishing Trails in California
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Fly-Fishing Trails in California

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California has 81 fly-fishing trails. The most popular trails are Owens River, San Joaquin River, Middle Fork, San Gabriel River and West Fork. Trails.com member Andy L. recently completed Big Bear Lake.
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Located in the heart of the San Bernardino Mountains, Big Bear Lake offers some of the ...
Two big runs of spawners on the upper mileage and lots of greedy juveniles in the lower ...
Jackson Meadows, at more than 6,000 feet in elevation, provides a typical picturesque ...
Premier chinook fishery, also known for great steelhead, but upper reaches are difficult ...
Upper Otay Reservoir was chosen as the original site in the western United States to receive ...
Two wild trout fisheries, split by the put-and-take waters around the Devil’s Postpile. ...
Thirty-five miles of outstanding trout water, easily accessible from Interstate 5 and ...
Near the remote town of Julian, find Cuyamaca Reservoir, one of Southern California’s ...
If you love the bass game, then this lake is one of the best destinations in northern ...
Southern California has a world-class bass fishery at Castaic Lake, where a 22-pound largemouth ...
This is a classic freestone stream with lots of riffles, rapids, deep runs, and pools. ...
This reservoir is in a classic California foothills location, in the heart of the Sierra ...
This popular lake, the result of an Army Corps of Engineers project, provides a cool place ...
Fly tyer and all-around international angler Kate Howe used to live in these parts and ...
A good-sized impoundment surrounded by chaparral-covered hills, Barrett Lake is home to ...
If you’re looking for a classic small saltwater experience in the Los Angeles area, Alamitos ...
These three reservoirs, at 5,800 to 6,000 feet in elevation, were built for water storage ...
Located atop Spooner Summit near Lake Tahoe (where Highways 50 and 28 intersect) this ...
At minimum pool, Martis is a basic 70-acre lake built by the Army Corps of Engineers for ...
There’s nothing quite like fly fishing Lake Davis mid-June through July, when the damsels ...
Frenchman Lake is a deep manmade impoundment, located about 20 miles west of Davis Lake ...
The key to fly fishing Eagle Lake is to hit it when it’s ON. In this condition Eagle rates ...
If solitude in mountain splendor is what you like, the East Fork of the Carson is perfect. ...
California’s premier trout fishery. The Nature Conservancy water offers the best bet. ...
Not much public water, but what there is can’t be beat. Hot Creek is aptly named. It’s ...
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