Fishing in Graeagle and Surrounding Area
The area around Graeagle, CA offers over 1,000 miles of mountain streams and over 100 lakes where visitors and locals can fish. Whether you're a fly fisherman or prefer to use lures and bait, you'll find plenty of places to reel them in. Lakes are open year-round, however the season for fishing from the local streams runs from about the last week in April through November. It is important to review the Plumas County Fishing page before you plan your fishing trip to make sure you are fishing in season.
The predominant game fish is Rainbow Trout but you might also (depending upon where you drop your line) be able to catch German Browns, Brook Trout, largemouth & smallmouth bass, bluegill & even catfish.
Your stay in a Plumas Pines vacation rental makes your fresh fish dinner easy to make. All of our rentals offer a fully-equipped kitchen and BBQ grill. And they are located close to a number of streams and lakes.
If you are new to the area or even new to fishing, the areas & businesses below are our recommendations for making this your best fishing adventure!
|Experience fly fishing with master guide Jon Baiocchi on Lake Davis, the Middle Fork Feather River, the Truckee River, the Lower Yuba River & the North Fork Yuba River. See website link for more information.
|Gold Lake is one of the largest lakes in the Lake Basin Recreation Area, approximately 15 miles West of Graeagle. (Boat Launch will be closed July 5-December 31 for parking lot reconstruction.)
||Take the Gold Lake Highway from Hwy 89 in Graeagle
|Lake Davis is an artificial lake in Plumas County, California near the Sierra Nevada community of Portola. Its waters are impounded by Grizzly Valley Dam, which was completed in 1966. The lake is named for Lester T. Davis (1906-1952).
||Turn North on Lake Davis Road from Hwy 70