Top fishing trips in Calaveras Lake
Everything to Know About Booking a fishing trip in Calaveras Lake
What are the best fishing trips in Calaveras Lake?
Our Damn Good Guides currently offer 3 trips in Calaveras Lake, and the most popular trips in the area are Freshwater Redfish - Calaveras Lake (Weekday Rate) guided by Bryan, Full Day or Half Day Lake Fishing Trip guided by Travis, and Freshwater Redfish - Calaveras Lake (Weekend Rate) guided by Bryan.
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The most popular city to book a charter in is San Antonio.
What types of fishing trips are common in Calaveras Lake?
Lake fishing is the most popular in Calaveras Lake.
The most commonly sought after species in Calaveras Lake are: 1. redfish, 2. blue catfish, 3. striped bass, 4. carp, and 5. flathead catfish.
The most common fishing techniques in Calaveras Lake are artificial lure fishing, light tackle fishing, and bottom fishing but drift fishing and heavy tackle fishing are popular as well.
How much does a Calaveras Lake fishing trip cost?
in Calaveras Lake prices can range anywhere from $250 to $550, but the average price for a half day in Calaveras Lake is $345. The average price for a full day in Calaveras Lake is $550.
When is the best time to go fishing in Calaveras Lake?
The most popular season for fishing in Calaveras Lake is summer, and most anglers book their trips 31 days in advance.
Where can I get a Calaveras Lake fishing license and what are the bag limits in Calaveras Lake?
See here for more information on fishing licenses in Calaveras Lake, bag limits for target species, and fishing season regulations in Calaveras Lake. When in doubt, your fishing guide will always know the right rules and regulations in Calaveras Lake.