DOWNEY WILDERNESS PARK LAKE

By , September 29, 2008 5:31 am

Downey Wilderness Park Lake is located at 10999 Little Lake Road in Downey, CA 90240. This lake is actually made up of two small ponds, and the larger of the two seems to hold more fish. The California Department of Fish and Game stocks this lake with Rainbow trout from late fall to the early spring and Channel Catfish from the late spring to the early fall. There are also Bluegill, Carp, and a few Largemouth Bass in this lake. Remeber only take the fish if you are going to eat them, otherwise please practice catch and release and don’t litter!!!

 

2 Responses to “DOWNEY WILDERNESS PARK LAKE”

  1. choua says:

    can you walk around on the grass or do you have to follow the sidewalk

  2. Sean Fenner Sean Fenner says:

    You can walk around on the grass. I do all the time when I fish there. Used to be some nice Carp. All I see lately is a few Bluegill, a lot of Green Sunfish, and a few Tilapia.

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