Lake Tahoe Fishing

The Lake Tahoe region is loaded with fishing opportunities from Pyramid Lake’s world-class cutthroat to the famous browns of the Truckee River, anglers young and old will find a whopper of their own.

Catch Your Biggest Fish Yet on the Waters of Lake Tahoe!

In spite of being named after a single immense lake, the Lake Tahoe area is teeming with a myriad of lakes and rivers, each hosting a diverse range of Lake Tahoe fish species that everyone from amateur to avid anglers alike tends to marvel at. From the Truckee River’s browns to Pyramid Lake’s renowned cutthroat, to trout weighing in at as much as forty pounds, you’ll have no shortage of options for your glorious conquests on the water. Read on to learn more about what awaits your fishing in Lake Tahoe adventure!

Lots Of Waters To Fish

Lake Tahoe, the centerpiece for this outdoorsman’s paradise, offers huge lake trout pushing 40 pounds. If you’d prefer to target cutthroat, rainbows or browns, target one of the other 100-plus fisheries in the region. Some standouts include Prosser Creek Reservoir, Pyramid Lake, Truckee River and the East and West Walker rivers to the south.

Species And Seasons

Trout including rainbows, browns, brookies and lakers are the dominate species calling this area home. Throw in a few kokanee and warm water species within striking distance and an angler could easily catch four to six species a day.

Mile High Fishing Charters

When you have a beautiful lake just a stone’s-throw away, fishing is naturally one of the most popular options for a day out. It’s a great way to put yourself at ease, combining just the right touches of relaxation, tension, and excitement. It’s one of the world’s oldest past times, and can provide for one of the most rewarding meals of your month. Plus, there’s no better excuse for going out and enjoying the scenery of the mountains. This is what makes Mile High Fishing so popular—they offer fishing charters … Continue reading Mile High Fishing Charters

Lake Tahoe – An Angler’s Happy Place

Punctuated by stunning views of the jagged peaks of the Sierra Nevada and Carson mountain ranges as they crown the horizon in uniquely alpine beauty, there are few Lake Tahoe fishing spots as beautiful or tranquil as those that can be found in and around Lake Tahoe. Anglers here will find themselves immersed in serene forest greenery, drenched in a sense of peace and quiet that is ideal for both fishing and relaxing as you simultaneously reconnect with nature and yourself.

Beyond the calming ambiance of Lake Tahoe’s natural backdrop, there are over one hundred fisheries in the region for you to fish in, including East Walker River, West Walker River, Prosser Creek Reservoir, and the previously mentioned Pyramid Lake and Truckee River. These places range in size from massive lakes and gushing rivers to babbling brooks and pond-like lakes, with both cold and warm water fish species in abundance.

A word of caution before setting out to catch one for the record books: make sure that you know what the local Lake Tahoe fishing regulations are before casting your line, as Lake Tahoe’s unique location straddled upon the border between California and Nevada means that you’ll require one state’s fishing license or both depending on where you want to fish.

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