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Fishing - Resorts and Lodges in California
Whether casting off on saltwater or freshwater, California is teeming with fantastic fishing! Your angling adventure can be on a chartered fishing trip on the shores of the Pacific Ocean or in a fish-filled lake or river. Battle behemoths on a deep-sea fishing expedition or reel in some trout on Big Bear Lake. Monster bass inhabit Lake Casitas, Clear Lake, and the San Joaquin River while coastal California teems with salmon, seabass, yellowtail, and bluefin tuna. Enjoy the fruits of fishing at Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco, which is home to some of the country’s freshest seafood.
Situated on the Sacramento arm of Shasta Lake, Tsasdi Resort is the perfect destination for fishing enthusiasts of all ages. Here, you have immediate access to the lake's endless fingers brimming with trophy trout, bass and kokanee salmon. Tournaments in the area draw die-hard fishermen from across the country to these abundant waters.
Is anything more enjoyable than sitting on the pier and casting a line into the ocean with the sun on your face, the gentle breeze in your hair? It's the perfect way to spend a quiet afternoon. With Redwood Coast Vacation Rentals, you can find the perfect oceanfront accommodation to make your fishing retreat unforgettable. Trinidad, California's...
Seeking out a new setting to cast out a reel in hopes of mounting your next trophy fish? How about a retreat to The Ridge Resorts where you can fish daily out of the world-famous Lake Tahoe. With visibility up to 75 feet below its surface, Lake Tahoe is home to more fish than you can comprehend!
While here, be sure to check out some of the local fishing. Yosemite National Park is a great road trip for the anglers in your family, and offers plenty of opportunities to catch your limit of trout, panfish, and bass, among other local species. If you're looking for a little more adventure, head to the shores of the Pacific Ocean, or embark on a...
Fishing in the Mammoth Lakes regions is known as some of the most challenging, yet most rewarding fishing you can do on the West Coast. Many of the local lakes, including Twin Lakes, Lake George and Lake Mary, are stocked annually with rainbow trout, brook trout and brown trout. Find the perfect accommodation from Seasons 4 and make it your central...
Kick back your feet and cast your line! Big Bear Lake has plentiful fishing areas with friendly, licensed and professional fishing guides that are ready to help you as much as you desire! Big Bear Charter Fishing will take you out on the waves on a fully loaded pontoon or tournament style bass boat, they even provide you with snacks and drinks....
Avid anglers can head to Lake Julia for an exciting fishing session! Bring a pole and head down to this scenic lake for fantastic rainbow trout fishing. After a successful day on the lake, clean your fish and hand it over to the staff to fry up for any meal during your stay!
Located on the shores of breathtaking Lake Tahoe, Meeks Bay Resort & Marina is the perfect place to cast your line. Their full-service marina offers a variety of boat rentals to choose from for your fishing excursion, along with fishing charters and tours. The lake is teeming with many species, including the world-famous Mackinaw trout!
Just a few minutes from St. Bernard Lodge is Lake Almanor, where you can cast your line and enjoy the beautiful scenery. Take a day to break from hiking the trails and relax trying to catch bass or a variety of panfish for your evening meal! This man-made lake is the largest in Plumas County and a sight to see!
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