BLACK ROCK LAKE

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FISHING CALIFORNIA

Black Rock Lake


April 17, 2024

Black Rock Lake is a hidden gem for anglers looking for solitude and fantastic fishing in northern California. The lake is home to largemouth bass, rainbow trout, and bluegill. The nearby area offers hiking, camping, and boating activities. Fishing tips include using jigs and soft plastic baits for bass and using spinners and spoons for trout. The best time to visit is from May to October with temperatures ranging from 70-85°F during peak summer months. Don't forget to bring your fishing license and explore the beautiful scenery while casting your line.



Fish Species
Image Alt Apache Trout
Image Alt Bluegill
Image Alt Kelp Bass
Image Alt Largemouth Bass
Image Alt Rainbow Trout

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Fishing Destinations


Area Boat Ramps

PARK MARINA DRIVE 2515, REDDING
Sacramento-Lower Cow-Lower Clear Watershed, California
RUSH CREEK ROAD 7542, TRINITY COUNTY
Trinity Watershed, California
DIGGER BAY ROAD, SHASTA LAKE
Sacramento headwaters Watershed, California
BAGDAD
Trinity Watershed, California
PARK MARINA DRIVE 2525, REDDING
Sacramento-Lower Cow-Lower Clear Watershed, California
KESWICK BOAT RAMP
Sacramento-Upper Clear Watershed, California
TRINITY DAM BOULEVARD TRINITY COUNTY
Trinity Watershed, California
CLEAR CREEK ROAD 17501-17987, REDDING
Sacramento-Lower Cow-Lower Clear Watershed, California
LAST CHANCE TRINITY RIVER ACCESS
Trinity Watershed, California
LAKE REDDING BOAT RAMP
Sacramento-Lower Cow-Lower Clear Watershed, California

Parks & Recreation

                                                       

National Wild and Scenic River Klamath, California

Dunsmuir City Park and Botanical Gardens

Lowden Park

Castle Crags State Park

Clair Engle Park

T. R. Woods Memorial Park

NorthRidge Gardens park

Klamath National Forest

Wilderness Castle Crags

Wilderness Trinity Alps

                                                                                                                       
                                               
CLOVERDALE
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INDIAN CREEK
SHOOTING SITES
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SHOOTING SITE #1
The Shooting Site 1 in the Sacramento-Upper Clear watershed of California is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy recreational activities such as hiking, camping, hunting, and fishing. This ...
SWASEY
The Swasey Recreation Area is located in the Sacramento-Lower Cow-Lower Clear watershed of California, covering over 4,000 acres of land. The area is known for its beautiful scenery and diverse ...
HONEY BEE
The Sacramento-Lower Cow-Lower Clear watershed in California is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna, including the honey bee. Honey bees play a crucial role in pollinating crops ...
CLEAR CREEK OVERLOOK
The Clear Creek Overlook is a beautiful scenic spot located in the Sacramento-Lower Cow-Lower Clear watershed of California. It offers visitors stunning views of the valley and the surrounding landscape. ...
KESWICK
Keswick is a small town located in the Sacramento-Upper Clear watershed of California. This area is known for its natural beauty and is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts. There ...
FLAT CREEK
Flat Creek is a tributary of the Sacramento River that flows through the Sacramento-Upper Clear watershed of California. The creek begins in the Trinity Alps and flows for 16 miles ...
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