🎣 California Fish Plants for 5/5/2024 – 5/11/2024


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Overview of fish plants in California this week

This week, a total of 19,500 pounds of trout will be stocked across California in 37 different locations. Significant plantings will occur in Inyo County with 9,500 pounds, Mono County with 5,000 pounds, and Shasta County with 3,000 pounds, marking these as prime spots for anglers.

Additional California fishing information for this week

Reminder: The new recreational season structure for the groundfish/rockfish season went through it’s first phase update. Anglers above the N 36Β°latitude can now fish shoreward of the 20 fathom line. This essentially opens up rockfish/groundfish opportunities for kayak anglers. New bag limits, boundaries, timetable and regulations (like requirements to have descending devices on board) apply. To learn more, check out our overview.Source: CDFW


Locations planting this week

πŸ“ˆ = Includes historical fish plant graph πŸ“ = Includes guide to best spots

LocationCountyAmount
Baker CreekInyo500
Big Pine Creek πŸ“ˆInyo500
Bishop Creek LowerInyo500
Bishop Creek, Intake IIInyo500
Bishop Creek, Middle ForkInyo500
Bishop Creek, South ForkInyo500
Cottonwood CreekInyo500
Diaz LakeInyo500
Georges Creek πŸ“ˆInyo500
Independence Creek πŸ“ˆInyo500
Lone Pine Creek πŸ“ˆInyo500
Owens River, below TinnemahaInyo500
Owens River, Section 2 πŸ“ˆInyo500
Pleasant Valley Reservoir πŸ“ˆInyo500
Shepherd CreekInyo500
Symmes Creek πŸ“ˆInyo500
Taboose Creek πŸ“ˆInyo500
Tinnemaha CreekInyo500
Tuttle Creek πŸ“ˆInyo500
Annie LakeModoc500
Fee ReservoirModoc500
Pine Creek ReservoirModoc500
West Valley Reservoir πŸ“ˆModoc500
Convict Creek πŸ“ˆMono500
Convict Lake πŸ“ˆMono500
Crowley Lake πŸ“ˆ πŸ“Mono500
Grant Lake πŸ“ˆMono500
Gull Lake πŸ“ˆMono500
June Lake πŸ“ˆMono500
Owens River, Section 3 πŸ“ˆMono500
Rock Creek, Section 1Mono500
Rock Creek, Section 2Mono500
Silver Lake πŸ“ˆMono500
Baum Lake πŸ“ˆShasta500
Burney Creek LowerShasta500
Burney Creek MiddleShasta500
Burney Creek UpperShasta500
Hat Creek MiddleShasta500
Hat Creek UpperShasta500

Unannounced fish plants from last week

Note: These are fish plants from last week that were reported after the fishing location completed their fish plant. Some fishing locations do this to prevent a rush of anglers coming all at once. All of our data sets are updated and future reporting include this to give you the most accurate data possible.

LocationCountyAmount
Stanislaus River Clarks ForkAlpine500
Lake Camanche πŸ“ˆAmador3500
Angels CreekCalaveras500
White Pines LakeCalaveras500
Dinkey CreekFresno500
Kings River, Below Pine Flat DamFresno500
Wishon Reservoir πŸ“ˆFresno500
Lake Amador πŸ“ˆIone1500
Merced River, Section llMariposa500
Reservoir “F”Modoc500
Reservoir C πŸ“ˆModoc500
El Estero LakeMonterey500
Gregory Lake πŸ“ˆ πŸ“San Bernardino1200
Silverwood LakeSan Bernardino500
Baum Lake πŸ“ˆShasta500
Burney Creek LowerShasta500
Burney Creek MiddleShasta500
Burney Creek UpperShasta500
Hat Creek MiddleShasta500
Hat Creek UpperShasta500
Greenhorn ReservoirSiskiyou500
Sacramento RiverSiskiyou500
Ralphine Lake πŸ“ˆ πŸ“Sonoma500
Carrville PondTrinity500
Coffee CreekTrinity500
Trinity River East ForkTrinity500
Trinity River Stuart ForkTrinity500
Trinity River, above Clair Engle LakeTrinity500
Pinecrest Lake πŸ“ˆTuolumne500
Powerhouse StreamTuolumne500
Stanislaus River Middle ForkTuolumne500
Collins Lake πŸ“ˆYuba1600
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