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Lake Berryessa
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A126
- 24"x36"
Both warm and cold water anglers will find plenty of opportunity on this lake. Deep water trollers seek rainbow trout while others fish the warmer top layer, expecting action from all three species of bass.
17,000 acres

$8.95
   

Lake Berryessa
(Navionics)
PM5058
- 24"x36"
Both warm and cold water anglers will find plenty of opportunity on this lake. Deep water trollers seek rainbow trout while others fish the warmer top layer, expecting action from all three species of bass. Double-sided with detailed area insets, color-shaded depth contours, 3D lake overview, top-down photo overlay, area points-of-interest, and major routes and highways.
17,000 acres

$
12.95
Lake Cachuma
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A130
- 24"x36"
Smallmouth bass fishing is one of the best kept secrets in the state. Catfish are large and there are plenty of crappie and panfish.
3,100 acres
$8.95
    Lake Camanche
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A131
- 24"x36"
Radical shifts in the shoreline provide constantly changing cover, requiring anglers to fish each section of the lake as a distinct body of water. Rainbow trout are abundant.
7,622 acres

$8.95
 

Casitas and Castaic Lakes
(Navionics)
PM5007
- 24"x36"
Find two levels of bass, normal and trophy. The big bass feed on stocked rainbow trout and grow to monster proportions. Double-sided with detailed area insets, color-shaded depth contours, 3D lake overview, top-down photo overlay, area points-of-interest, and major routes and highways.
2,720 acres
$12.95
  Casitas Lake
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A132
- 24"x36"
Find two levels of bass, normal and trophy. The big bass feed on stocked rainbow trout and grow to monster proportions.
2,720 acres
$8.95
Clear Lake
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A134
- 24"x36"
California's largest inland lake. This shallow lake is rated superb for largemouth bass. Catfish and crappie run large as well.
43,663 acres
$8.95
 

Clear Lake
(Navionics)
PM5063
- 24"x36"
Double-sided with detailed area insets, color-shaded depth contours, 3D lake overview, top-down photo overlay, area points-of-interest, and major routes and highways.
$15.95
Folsom Lake
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A135
- 24"x36"
Anglers must learn to adapt to changing water levels to successfully catch fish from this reservoir. Most targeted species include rainbow trout, smallmouth and largemouth bass.
11,450 acres
$8.95
  Lake Isabella
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A136
- 24"x36"
Family angling and fly-fishing are two types of fun filled activity here. Plenty of shore fishing opportunity. Rainbows, largemouth bass, crappie and catfish are common.
11,400 acres
$8.95
Millerton Lake
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A137
- 24"x36"
If you put in a little extra time and effort, Millerton is an excellent lake. Most fish are skittish because of the clear water, changing water levels and tournament pressure.
5,000 acres
$8.95
  Nacimiento Lake
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A138
- 24"x36"
The clear water presents a series of challenges. Anglers must light or camouflaged line in deeper water, cast farther and be as quiet as possible in their approach, regardless of fish species.
5,370 acres
$8.95
Lake Piru
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A139
- 24"x36"
This lake's signifigant water fluctuation is both good and bad. On the plus side, drawdowns allow habitat to grow and provide good spawning areas. On the flip side, it forces the fish into deeper waters where they are harder to find.
1,200 acres
$8.95
  Lake Shasta
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A142
- 24"x36"
All three black bass occupy their own niche in this large, deep reservoir. Trolling is good for trout. Crappies are best in the spring.
29,750 acres
$8.95
  Lake Sonoma
(Fishing Hot Spots)
A143
- 24"x36"
Some of the best fishing here comes at night, as daylight drives the fish deep. Bass are targeted in 20 to 40 feet of water. Most catfish bite at night too.
2,600 acres
$8.95
   

SALTWATER

Channel Islands
(Saltwater Directions)
CA0110
The clear, blue waters around these federally protected islands are rich in marine life. You’ll find an outstanding fishery that allows access to numerous species and habitats within a short distance from one another. The area is popular for anglers seeking exotic fishing opportunities without having to travel far.
$12.95

 

Los Angeles Central
Malibu to Long Beach Shore
(Saltwater Directions)
CA0107
There are 88 cities within Los Angeles County, including the islands of San Clemete and Santa Catalina. The coast line is 76 miles long and it has the highest population of any county in the nation. The inshore waters of the nearby Pacific Ocean offer many recreational opportunities.
$12.95

Los Angeles North
Oxnard to Marina del Rey

(Saltwater Directions)
CA0106
This area features more than a mile of sandy beaches for swimming, surfing, windsurfing, fishing and more. Plus you can explore the tide pools, costal caves and reefs. Because of this areas relative isolation from the city, the ocean adjoining this scenic expanse of coast line offers numerous fishing opportunities.
$12.95

 

Los Angeles Offshore
Marina del Rey to San Clemente Island
(Saltwater Directions)
CA0105
Chasing giant schools of tuna is one of the most popular summertime activities in these waters. Discover marlin, yellowtail, Pacific barracuda and dorado. One of the most sought after trophy species cruising the offshore banks here is the elusive striped marlin. Trolling the island waters can produce quality fish.
$12.95

Los Angeles South
Palos Verdes to Orange Co.
(Saltwater Directions)
CA0108
Los Angeles County’s sunny climate and magnificent Pacific coastline brings a tremendous blend of both water and land-based recreation.
$12.95

 

Mission Bay
(Saltwater Directions)
CA0104
With more than 27 miles of shoreline and numerous access points, Mission Bay Park offers some of the top year round light tackle bay fishing in Southern California. While known for its spotted bass fishery, sand bass, California halibut, yellowfin croaker and white sea bass regularly frequent this area.
$12.95

San Diego Bay
To Imperial Beach
(Saltwater Directions)
CA0102
A wide variety of fish are available to both the inshore and offshore angler throughout the year. The most active bite occurs between the months of Aril and October. Among the prime species are the California halibut and smaller members of the tropical grouper family.
$12.95

   

San Diego Inshore
San Clemente to Imperial Beach
(Saltwater Directions)
CA0101
San Diego’s Mediterranean-like climate is second to none. Inshore anglers will find calico bass, sand bass, white sea bass and numerous rockfish species year-round. In summer, hard fighting yellowtail, barracuda, California halibut and bonito add to the excitement of any fishing trip.
$12.95

San Diego Offshore
San Diego to Ensenada
(Saltwater Directions)
CA0103
San Diego's offshore banks boast some of the top angling opportunities Southern California has to offer.  The crystal blue waters 30 to 80 miles offshore can produce yellowtail, albacore tuna, bluefin tuna, marlin and dorado.
$12.95
     
 
 

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