California Fly Fishing
The variety of fly fishing in California is as large as the state itself. Northern California is full rivers that provide fly fishing for rainbow trout, brown trout, largemouth bass, and stripers. Many lakes provide stillwater fly fishing opportunities in the northern and southern regions. Saltwater fly fishing is also popular in many california coastal regions as well.
- San Diego Sand Bass
- Upper Twin lake Brown Trout Fishing
- Smith River Fly Fishing
- Lower American River Fly Fishing
- Fishing California’s Lower Sacramento River
- Fishing California’s Largest Spring Creek: The Fall River
- Shad Fishing on California’s Lower Sacramento River
- Fall River Spring Trout Fishing
- Fishing Alpine Lakes in the Trinity Mountains
- Fishing for Sacramento River Rainbows
- Klamath River Steelhead Non-Stop Action!
- Klamath River Spring Trout Fishing
- Siletz River Steelheading
- Lake McCloud Salmon Fly Hatch
The California Data Exchange Center
Winter fishing in California can be an exercise of extremes…
California Rivers and Streams
Winter skies got you down? Try a little armchair casting for some warm weather escapes when spring rolls around.
Trout Fishing Wilderness Lakes in California
Descriptions on the Owens, Hat Creek, Pheasant Valley Reservoir, June Lake, Mammoth Lakes, and Crowley Lake
The main activity to be enjoyed at Bidwell-Sacramento River State Park is bank or boat fishing for salmon, steelhead and shad.
The Trinity River Fish Hatchery received its largest return ever of steelhead in 2003-2004 – and this is shaping up to be another good season, though not as spectacular as last year.
This is a web page in the California state portal entitled: Colusa-Sacramento River SRA.
How many rivers can you fly fish from Mountains to desert in one day?
Map, photo, and description of the Eel River
Fall River begins its journey bubbling out of natural springs in an area called Thousand Springs
The most important game fish in the Inyo-Mono area are trout.
Northern California Fly Fishing
Detailed flyfishing information for Hat Creek in California, including an overview of the river, local lodges, flyshops, fishing reports, weather, hatch charts and more
Fall River begins its journey bubbling out of natural springs in an area called Thousand Springs.
The upper area between the towns of Mt. Shasta all the way down to The large reservoir of Lake Shasta.
Northern California’s Hat is one of the West’s best spring creeks.
Only catch-and-release traditional dry fly fishing is allowed.
Water clarity and constant temperature combined with an unwavering volume of creek flows, allows one to fly fish here almost year round under the exact same conditions!
Fly Fishing California
The Northern California Chapter of the Federation of Fly Fishers home. Events for our fly fishing community, conservation news, fishing stories and tips.
What’s the best stretch of wild trout water in the state of California?
History and culture of Lassen County, Northern California. Fishing for Eagle Lake Rainbow Trout.
Articles on the McCloud, Hat Creek, Fall River, Upper Sacramento, and the Pit River
Smallmouth are well adapted to severe winter temperatures and though they will dine on the Truckee
The Upper Sacramento River is an outstanding river of diverse character. It is densely populated with hard-fighting wild rainbows that average 12″ and range over 20″.
Local information on Dunsmuir, CA.
One of the best bets on the upper Sacramento is the newly opened section of river from the confluence of Soda Creek to the bridge at Sweetbriar.
Yellowfin on the fly is the big draw to the Mexico
The big game can wait, really; cast from the beach for a
Fly-rodding afoot in the surf zones of California, Washington and Oregon.
CFFU, Sacramento, CA, has a vast array of activities for every level of fly fisherperson.
The Fly Fishing Club of the Conejo Valley, California. Fishing reports, flies, patterns, hints/tips, membership information, club meetings, weather, and great fly fishing links.
Delta Fly Fishers is a community organization whose members are dedicated to the furtherance of the art of fly fishing.
The Eastern Sierra is home to a number of trout species. From the Rainbow to the state fish, the Golden trout, the entire region contains excellent populations of stocked and native fish.
Wilderness Fly Fishers was born in 1965 when fly fishers who congregated at Cliff Wyatt
This emergence index is based on 30 years of monitoring Northern Sierra waters.
a nice map from ESPN outdoors
Stanislaw Rivers, Tuolomne, Lower Merced, The Walkers, Kirman Lake, Kennedy Meadows, & Clark
Northern California Flyfishing Report
Reports on Hat Creek, Fall River, Pit River, Burney Creek, Cassel, Baum Lake, and Manzanita lake
Reports for the Owens, Hot Creek, Pheasant Valley Reservoir, June Lake, Mammoth Lakes, and Crowley Lake
Northern & Central California Lake Reports and maps
California Fishing Report for: Owens River, Crowley Lake, Hot Creek, San Joaquin River, East Walker River and Pleasant Valley Reservoirby guide Gary Gunsolley
Many rivers & what to use
California School of Flyfishing conditions and hatches and flies for the Tahoe Truckee area including the Truckee, Little Truckee, Martis, and Lake Tahoe.
Current Conditions for the Truckee River
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