By , September 29, 2008 1:32 am

Jenks Lake is a small mountain lake in the San Bernardino National Forest. At only about 10 surface acres, what it lacks in size it makes up on popularity. Shoreline is hard to access and can be overcrowded on the weekends. Your best bet is a float tube, and start on the shallow end of the lake in the morning and end there in the evening. The DFG stocks Rainbow Trout from the early spring to early fall and; Largemouth Bass, Green Sunfish, Red Ear Sunfish, Crappie, and Channel Catfish are other angling opportunities.



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