Feeling Groovy at Eagle Creek Ranch
Fishing Eagle Creek Ranch is ideally located for easy access to some of the most desirable bass, trout and salmon waters on the West Coast. With the upper Trinity River running right through the middle of the ranch, the northern end of Trinity Lake only 5 miles away, and several of Northern California's and Oregon's best rivers within a reasonable drive, the Ranch is a great place for anglers to use as a fishing destination for our local waters, or even as a hub for more thorough exploration of the region's fisheries by car or plane.
If you're interested in centering your vacation around fishing, or maybe just including it as part of a more relaxation-based holiday, talk to us about putting together an inclusive package that includes expert guides, and/or transportation as part of your stay with us. We are intimately acquainted with the best guides that Northern California and Southern Oregon have to offer, and can arrange fly-outs from our local air strip, as well as incorporate stays at other region lodges.
Distance from the Ranch: 8 minute drive to the north end of the lake. 15 minutes to boat launching facilities.
Highlight Species: Largemouth and smallmouth bass, rainbow and German brown trout, king salmon.
State Records: Smallmouth Bass (recently broken), Brown Bullhead Catfish
Upper Trinity Lake
Distance from Eagle Creek Ranch: The Upper Trinity River flows right through Eagle Creek Ranch. Put on your waders, and walk to the water!
Highlight Species: Rainbow and brown trout.
The upper Trinity River flows straight through the ranch property, allowing for walk-up fishing on private water for our ranch guests.
CALIFORNIA FISHING LAWS AND REGULATIONS
California has its own set of fishing laws and regulations that need to be followed in order to preserve and protect the state’s fish populations. You will want to check the current fishing regulations prior to each fishing trip since these regulations are subject to change. There are two sets of fishing regulations for the state of California, one for freshwater and another for saltwater. Continue reading