Rainbow Trout Released into Cachuma Lake

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Rainbow Trout Released into Cachuma Lake
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Source: Santa Barbara County

The park is alive with color! The grass is green, wildflowers are blooming, and there are rainbows in the water- Rainbow Trout to be specific. In cooperation with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Santa Barbara County Parks was granted a Private Stocking Permit for up to 16,000 pounds of triploid rainbow trout for the 2020/2021 season. The final 4,000-pound delivery just arrived, and just in time for the spring and summer season. Come enjoy the beauty and bounty.

NOTE: While visiting Cachuma Lake, please follow the rules and guidelines relating to COVID-19 posted throughout the park.

Everything an angler needs is available for rent or purchase at the Cachuma Lake Marina and Boat Rentals, which also offers pontoons, outboards and kayak rentals, as well as one-day and annual fishing licenses. Fishing from shore in the recreation area or from a boat is open year-round with a valid fishing license.

For those who plan to bring their own boating vessels, note that due to the 30-day Quagga restrictions at the lake, boats must be inspected and tagged by Cachuma Lake staff at least 30 days prior to your visit. Cachuma Lake allows same-day launching for kayaks, canoes, and “simple boats”. To review vessel requirements and launching protocols, please visit https://www.countyofsb.org/parks/cachumaboating.sbc.

Visitors are advised to check recreation area hours, and road and weather conditions in advance. For up-to-date fishing tips and summaries, check out the Cachuma Lake Weekly Fishing Report at www.countyofsb.org/parks/cachumafishing.sbc. For more information, contact the marina at (805) 688-4040.

Cachuma Lake Recreation Area is a full-service campground offering year-round cabin, yurt, RV and tent camping, recreational activities, nature programs for all ages and of course, rainbow trout fishing! For reservations and more information, visit www.sbparks.org.

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