Fishing in Lake Tahoe
Lake Tahoe Fishing, Fly Fishing Lake Tahoe, Tahoe Fishing Charters
Browse the Top Lake Tahoe Fishing Guides and Tahoe Fishing Services by Region and Reviews.
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Lake Tahoe Fishing Charters & Guides
Booking a Lake Tahoe fishing charter or guide is a great way to spend quality time with your family and friends while reeling in a few Kokanee and Mackinaw. These Lake Tahoe fishing charter & fishing guide companies are affordable, fun and offer expert services.
Tight Lines Guide Service - Professional guided fishing services with Rick Kennedy on Lake Tahoe, Donner Lake or Stampede Reservoir!
Action Water Sports of Incline Village - Action Water Sports is situated at Incline Village and offer guided fishing charters in Lake Tahoe on their 28 foot Bertram Sportfish. They provide year round fishing services for Kokanee Salmon, Mackinaw, Rainbow and Brown Trout. Enjoy a full day of fishing with up to six people, and at the end of the day, take your fresh caught fish to the Lone Eagle Grill where the chef will happily prepare it for you.
Sierra Fin Addicts - Head guide, Gerold Scholl, absolutely loves fishing, which makes for successful trips. His passion, knowledge and sheer fanaticism drive him to put you on the fish time and time again. You won't have to worry about anything. There is no experience required, and he will provide all the top-notch gear.
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Fly Fishing in Lake Tahoe
There are multiple fly fishing services and fantastic guides in Lake Tahoe. You will find the high sierra rivers and tributaries can produce some of the best fly fishing in the States. Below are a couple of fishing companies that offer fly fishing services in the Tahoe area. Previous fly fishing experience is recommended, but not necessary, as they will teach you how to whip the fly.
Truckee River Outfitters - The headquarters for Truckee River Outfitters is located in downtown Truckee; however, their knowledgeable guides will take you to more than just the Truckee River. Wherever the fish are biting, Truckee River Outfitters will take you ensuring that you are on the fish with the right fly to make the most of your day.
Salmon Striper Fishing - Salmon Striper Fishing uses both conventional and fly fishing rods for their trips. It is your preference as to what type of fishing you want to do; however, I would definitely listen to the guides who have the scoop on what is biting where, so you can make the most of your trip. Check their website for more information and be sure to book well in advance as they can be busy during the hot seasons.
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Planning a Lake Tahoe fishing trip? Don't know who to call? Let us help you find the fishing experts and fishing charter companies that will make your next fishing trip in beautiful Lake Tahoe a successful and memorable experience.
In this fishing guide you will find helpful resources on featured fishing charter companies, fishing regulations, where to obtain your fishing license, general descriptions of area fishing spots, and lists of who to contact for that memorable fishing charter.
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"We went on a fishing trip with Leonard O'Malley from Zephyr Cove just after the 4th, Wow, did we catch fish. I have to tell you that he really knows how to catch 'em. We caught 15 Mackinaw and Kokanee in combination. The soft mouthed Kokanee got off the hook 11 times but we boated enough to have a very nice dinner of Land Locked Sockeye Salmon.
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- Mitch Johnson, Palo Alto, CA
- Truckee River, April 28th through November 15th
- Streams, July 1st through November 15th
- Lakes are open year round, including: Lake Tahoe, Donner Lake, Boca Reservoir, Stampede and Prosser Reservoir
- Tributaries to Lake Tahoe, July 1st through September 30th. No fishing is allowed within 300 feet of these tributaries.
lake tahoe quick facts:
- Surface Area: 193 square miles
- Capacity: 39 trillion gallons
- Maximum Depth: 1645 feet
- Shoreline: 71 miles
- Daily Evaporation: 335,000,000 gallons
- Length: 22 miles
- Width: 12 miles