Category: Locations List

EL DORADO PARK LAKES

By , September 29, 2008 5:08 am

Located at 7550 Spring Street. Long Beach, CA 90808. This park has 4 lakes to choose from. $5 per car entry fee during the week and $7 on the weekends. DFG Stocks Rainbow Trout from the late fall to early spring, and Channel Catfish during the summer in the 2 bigger lakes. Very good Bass and Panfish action here in the spring and summer. Carp Can be caught here all round year. Can be very crowded on the weekends. For Largemouth Bass and Panfish try to fish near the brush cover or along the reeds the should produce a good number of fish. Remember only take the fish if you are going to eat them, otherwise please practice catch and release and don’t litter!!!

 

 

PECK ROAD PARK LAKE

By , September 29, 2008 5:02 am

Peck Road Park Lake can be reached by taking the 10 Freeway exit Peck Road and follow North for 3 miles to park entrance Address 5401 N. Peck Rd. Arcadia, CA 91006. This Lake consists of 80 surface acres, and is actually converted into a park lake from a gravel pit, which makes the Panfish and Largemouth Bass fishing great. The DFG stocks this park lake from Late Fall to Early Spring with Rainbow Trout and Channel Catfish from Late Spring to Early Fall. There are also Largemouth Bass, Sunfish, and Carp in this park lake. Remeber only take the fish if you are going to eat them, otherwise please practice catch and release and don’t litter!!!

CERRITOS PARK LAKE

By , September 29, 2008 4:59 am

Cerritos Park Lake is located at 19800 Bloomfield Ave. in Cerritos, CA 90703. This park lake is actually made up of two pond the smaller has a short waterfall that dumps water into the larger. 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. Remember only take the fish if you are going to eat them, otherwise please practice catch and release and don’t litter!!!

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CRAIG REGIONAL PARK

By , September 29, 2008 4:54 am

Craig Regional Park can be reached by taking the 57 Freeway exit West on Imperial then left at State College Blvd. Address 3300 North State College Blvd. This park lake has a healthy population of Carp, Bass, and Panfish. This lake is really if at all stalked by the DFG which really cuts down on the fishing pressure. Remeber only take the fish if you are going to eat them, otherwise please practice catch and release and don’t litter!!!

 

CLARK REGIONAL PARK LAKE

By , September 29, 2008 3:37 am

Clark Regional Park is located at 8800 Rosecrans Ave. Buena Park, CA 90621. 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 Carp, Largemouth Bass, and Sunfish 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!!!

JENKS LAKE

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.

 

 

SAN GABRIEL RIVER BED

By , September 29, 2008 1:03 am

 The San Gabriel River at Whittier Narrows is located at the intersection of the 605 & 60 Freeways. At this spot the San Gabriel River is a River Bed Reservoir. My Favorite spot along the Narrows to fish is under the Peck Road Overpass. There are Carp, Bluegill, Green Sunfish, Red Ear Sun Fish, Tiliapia, and the occasional Largemouth Bass. Again this is close to home and under utilized for Fly Fishing. Please don’t Eat any of the fish. Practice CATCH AND RELEASE ONLY, and don’t litter!!!


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