Saturday, August 18, 2007

Fly Fishing Northern California

Fly fishing California is best in the Northern half of the state. With the minimal rains and minimal lakes inside Southern Cal, you best be driving north to find your perfect fishing hole -  way north.

All areas around Mount Shasta & Mount Lassen are excellent for fishing. Feather River, Hat Creek, Trinity River, Klamath River, Northern Gold Country's Yuba River near Downieville & even the Sacramento River are all excellent spots for casting your line. Most of the Eastern Sierra is decent for fly fishing too. Rock Creek near Tom's Place; behind Mammoth Lakes is Minaret Creek & Boundary Creek; Hot Creek is across the highway from Mammoth. Golden aspens are always awesome in autumn near June Lake with Rush Creek; Green Creek is near Bridgeport CA & the Walker River is just north of that.

You can find professional fly fishing guides to help you get started. Online fishing reports are updated by anglers, who also run extensive web sites on the sport are great resources for finding the perfect place to vacation. We have an extensive list of all fishing lodges in California. Plan your fishing trip with Total Escape & make your weekend unforgettable.