SHAVER LAKE

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FISHING CALIFORNIA

Shaver Lake


April 14, 2024

Shaver Lake is a popular fishing destination in California, USA. It is located in the Sierra Nevada Mountains and is home to a variety of fish species including rainbow trout, kokanee salmon, brown trout, and smallmouth bass. Nearby activities include hiking, boating, and camping. Fishing tips include using lures that mimic the local baitfish and fishing early morning or late evening when the fish are most active. The best time of the year to visit is from May to October with average temperatures ranging from 60-80°F.



Fish Species
Image Alt Apache Trout
Image Alt Atlantic Salmon
Image Alt Brown Trout
Image Alt Kelp Bass
Image Alt Rainbow Trout
Image Alt Smallmouth Bass

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Area Boat Ramps

REDINGER BOATING SITE
Upper San Joaquin Watershed, California
MAMMOTH POOL RD, CALIFORNIA
Upper San Joaquin Watershed, California
SIERRA DRIVE TULARE COUNTY
Upper Kaweah Watershed, California
NORTH PIEDRA ROAD 3140, SANGER
Tulare-Buena Vista Lakes Watershed, California
HUME LAKE BOAT LAUNCH (EAST DAM)
Upper King Watershed, California
MADERA COUNTY
Upper Chowchilla-Upper Fresno Watershed, California
SANDY COVE ROAD FRESNO COUNTY
Upper King Watershed, California
SAN JOAQUIN RIVER TRAIL, FRIANT
Upper San Joaquin Watershed, California
FLORENCE LAKE CAMPGROUND
Upper San Joaquin Watershed, California
SUNNYSLOPE ROAD 30796, SANGER
Upper King Watershed, California

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