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A bike ride across the Sundial Bridge in Redding, Ca
Marcel Siegle
A bike ride across the Sundial Bridge in Redding, Ca
Marcel Siegle

Waters Made For Fishing


When you make Redding your fishing getaway destination, you get to choose from the serenity of mountain lakes, the challenge of powerful rivers, and just about anything in between. The abundance of waters makes it easy to spend a whole day fishing with no one around but the birds. The Sacramento River runs through the middle of Redding, so you can get from your hotel room to a perfect walk-in spot in under 10 minutes. Circle out to Shasta Lake, Manzanita Lake, or the Pit River in an hour or less, and relax in the kind of surroundings so peaceful, it doesn't matter if you catch anything or not. Start planning your ultimate fishing trip with these waters, and contact one of Redding’s guide services for all the insider tips on smaller creeks and tributaries.


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Battle Creek
Battle Creek's 16 miles are home to Chinook salmon, steelhead trout, rainbow trout, and brown trout. It originates near Shingletown (east of Redding) and empties into the Sacramento River near Anderson (just south of Redding), and is open the last Saturday in April through November 15. More Information
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Tehama County, CA
Fall River
We'll let The Fly Shop explain the waters of Fall River: "It is the nationa's largest spring system, creating a wonderland of crystal-clear, 50-degree rainbow trout habitat. At the same time it is both the finest spring creek fly fishing opportunity in California and one of the best in the… More Information
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Fall River, CA
Hat Creek
Hat Creek is one of the longest spring creeks in California, and several sections are well stocked throughout the season. According to The Fly Shop, "the Wild Trout Section is the lower 3.2 miles of Hat Creek flowing from the PowerHouse #2 to Lake Britton and is the home of… More Information
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Lassen National Forest, CA
Klamath River
The Klamath River, starting in southern Oregon and carving its way over California's Siskiyou mountain range, is home to feisty steelhead and offers unforgettable fly fishing opportunities. More Information
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Lower Sacramento River
The Lower Sacramento River, one of the best tailwater fisheries in the country, benefits from a Temperature Control Device that extracts colder water from the depths of Shasta Lake and sends it downstream, allowing rainbow trout to feed and grow year round. According to The Fly Shop, “the river's controlled… More Information
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Redding, CA
Manzanita Lake
Lassen Park's Manzanita Lake is about as picturesque as they come, and its beauty is just the beginning. It's famous for its large rainbows and browns, and can be fished from the shore, float tube, or drift boat. Try to keep your eyes on your line, because the birds, deer,… More Information
21820 Lassen National Park Hwy,
Mineral, CA
McCloud River
The picturesque McCloud River, north of Redding and over 70 miles long, flows east of and parallel to the Sacramento River. It offers exceptional views of the Cascade Range and is known for great fishing for rainbows and browns from the last Saturday in April through November 15th. According to… More Information
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McCloud, CA
Pit River
The 207 mile Pit River flows northeast of Redding, originating in the Modoc National Forest and crossing the Cascade Range before emptying into Shasta Lake by way of Montgomery Creek. If you want to work for your catch, the Pit River should be on your list. Its swift, deep water… More Information
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Fall River Mills, CA
Shasta Lake
Shasta Lake--keystone of the Central Valley Water Project--is the largest manmade reservoir in California, offering over 360 miles of shoreline when full. The rugged country, varied shoreline, and sheer size of Shasta Lake tend to break the lake into different areas, each with its own opportunities, moods, and settings. … More Information
14225 Holiday Road,
Redding, CA
Trinity River
At 165 miles long, the Trinity River is the longest tributary of the Klamath River. It flows north west of Redding and is designated a National Wild and Scenic River. The Trinity is known for its runs of salmon and steelhead; the king salmon are available mid-July through October, when… More Information
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Weaverville, CA
Upper Sacramento River
The famous waters of the Upper Sac begin below Lake Siskiyou near the city of Mt. Shasta. They make their way 40 miles south, through Shasta-Trinity National Forest, to join Lake Shasta. The Upper Sac, while known one of the best 'roadside' fisheries in the West, is only lightly fished,… More Information
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Mt. Shasta , CA
Whiskeytown National Recreation Area
This place has more than just a great name! Eight miles west of Redding, Whiskeytown National Recreation Area is located at the juncture of the Klamath Mountain range and the northern edge of the Sacramento Valley, making it home to a special collection of plant and animal life, and year-round… More Information
14412 Kennedy Memorial Drive,
Whiskeytown, CA

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