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May
28

TROUT PLANTS

Barring adverse weather, water or road conditions, the following lakes and streams, listed by county, will be or have been restocked with catchable-size rainbow trout or channel catfish by the Department of Fish and Wildlife. Plants are listed for the current week and the coming week. Each list is updated with changes each week. For the most recent updates in Southern California and the Eastern Sierra Nevada, you can call the DFW recording at 855-887-1275, or for updates in the Western Sierra, you can call 559-243-4005, x183. For trout plants statewide, you can visit the DFW’s stocking web site at https://nrm.dfg.ca.gov/FishPlants/, which is the same data used here.

THIS WEEK’S TROUT PLANTS (May 24-30):

KERN: Kern River (sections 4-5).

TULARE: Kern River (sections 5-6).

FRESNO: Big Creek (Huntington), Huntington Lake, Kings River (below Pine Flat Dam), Mono Creek, Portal Forebay, Rancheria Creek, San Joaquin River (South Fork), Tamarack Creek, Ward Lake.

NEXT WEEK’S TENTATIVE TROUT PLANTS (May 31-June 6):

KERN: Kern River (Sections 4 and 5).

TULARE: Kern River (sections 5-6), Peppermint Creek (upper), Tule River North Fork (middle Fork No. 1), Tule River South Fork (middle fork No. 2).

May
14

TROUT PLANTS

Barring adverse weather, water or road conditions, the following lakes and streams, listed by county, will be or have been restocked with catchable-size rainbow trout or channel catfish by the Department of Fish and Wildlife. Plants are listed for the current week and the coming week. Each list is updated with changes each week. For the most recent updates in Southern California and the Eastern Sierra Nevada, you can call the DFW recording at 855-887-1275, or for updates in the Western Sierra, you can call 559-243-4005, x183. For trout plants statewide, you can visit the DFW’s stocking web site at https://nrm.dfg.ca.gov/FishPlants/, which is the same data used here.
THIS WEEK’S TROUT PLANTS (May 10-16):

KERN: Kern River (sections 4-5).

INYO: Bishop Creek (Lower), Lone Pine Creek, Owens River (section 2), Pleasant Valley Reservoir.

TULARE: Kern River (sections 5-6).
NEXT WEEK’S TENTATIVE TROUT PLANTS (May 17-23):

INYO: Baker Creek, Big Pine Creek, Bishop Creek (Middle Fork, South Fork, Intake II), Cottonwood Creek, Georges Creek, Goodale Creek, Independence Creek, North Lake, Rock Creek Lake, Shepherd Creek, Taboose Creek, Tinnemaha Creek, Tuttle Creek.

MONO: Bridgeport Reservoir, Buckeye Creek, Convict Creek, Convict Lake, Deadman Creek, Ellery Lake, George Lake, Glass Creek, Grant Lake, Gull Lake, June Lake, Lee Vining Creek, Lee Vining Creek (South Fork), Little Walker River, Lundy Lake, Mamie Lake, Mammoth Creek, Mary Lake, McGee Creek, Mill Creek, Molybdenite Creek, Owens River (Section 3), Robinson Creek, Rock Creek (sections 1 and 2), Rush Creek, Sherwin Creek, Silver Lake, Trumble Lake, Twin Lakes Bridgeport (Upper and Lower), Twin Lakes Mammoth, Virginia Creek, Virginia Lakes (upper and lower), West Walker River (sections 2 and 3).

KERN: Kern River (Sections 4 and 5).

TULARE: Balch Park Lake (Upper and Lower), Big Meadows Creek, Bone Creek, Dry Meadow Creek, Hedrick Pond (Redwood Lake), Kern River (sections 5-6), Nobe Young Creek, Peppermint Creek (upper and lower), Stoney Creek, Tule River North Fork (middle Fork No. 1), Tule River South Fork (middle forks No. 2 and 3).

FRESNO: Mono Creek, Portal Forebay, Rancheria Creek, San Joaquin River (South Fork), Shaver Lake, Tamarack Creek, Tenmile Creek (Upper), Ward Lake.

Apr
30

TROUT PLANTS

Barring adverse weather, water or road conditions, the following lakes and streams, listed by county, will be or have been restocked with catchable-size rainbow trout or channel catfish by the Department of Fish and Wildlife. Plants are listed for the current week and the coming week. Each list is updated with changes each week. For the most recent updates in Southern California and the Eastern Sierra Nevada, you can call the DFW recording at 855-887-1275, or for updates in the Western Sierra, you can call 559-243-4005, x183. For trout plants statewide, you can visit the DFW’s stocking web site at https://nrm.dfg.ca.gov/FishPlants/, which is the same data used here.

THIS WEEK’S TROUT PLANTS (April 26-May 2):

VENTURA: Reyes Creek.

RIVERSIDE: Little Lake (Hemet), Perris Lake.

SAN BERNARDINO: Gregory Lake, Jenks Lake, Santa Ana River, South Fork Santa Ana River, Silverwood Lake.

SAN DIEGO: Doane Pond.

KERN: Kern River (sections 4-5).

TULARE: Kern River (sections 5-6), Peppermint Creek, North Fork Tule River (Middle Fork No. 1), Middle Fork Tule River, South Fork Tule River (Middle Forks No. 2 and No. 3).

FRESNO: Kings River (below Pine Flat Dam), Shaver Lake.
NEXT WEEK’S TENTATIVE TROUT PLANTS (May 3-9):

INYO: Baker Creek, Big Pine Creek, Bishop Creek (Middle Fork, South Fork), Cottonwood Creek, Georges Creek, Goodale Creek, Independence Creek, North Lake, Owens River (below Tinnemaha), Shepherd Creek, Taboose Creek, Tinnemaha Creek, Tuttle Creek.

MONO: Crowley Lake.

KERN: Kern River (Sections 4 and 5).

TULARE: Bone Creek, Deer Creek, Dry Meadow Creek, Freeman Creek, Kern River (sections 5-6), Nobe Young Creek, Peppermint Creek (lower), White River.

Apr
23

TROUT PLANTS

Barring adverse weather, water or road conditions, the following lakes and streams, listed by county, will be or have been restocked with catchable-size rainbow trout or channel catfish by the Department of Fish and Wildlife. Plants are listed for the current week and the coming week. Each list is updated with changes each week. For the most recent updates in Southern California and the Eastern Sierra Nevada, you can call the DFW recording at 855-887-1275, or for updates in the Western Sierra, you can call 559-243-4005, x183. For trout plants statewide, you can visit the DFW’s stocking web site at https://nrm.dfg.ca.gov/FishPlants/, which is the same data used here.

THIS WEEK’S TROUT PLANTS (April 19-25):

VENTURA: Casitas Lake.

LOS ANGELES: Castaic Lake, Crystal Lake, Pyramid Lake.

RIVERSIDE: Hemet Lake, Lake Fulmor, Rancho Jurupa Park Pond, Skinner Lake, Strawberry Creek.

SAN BERNARDINO: Arrowbear Lake, Cucamonga-Guasti Park Lake, Glen Helen Park Lake, Green Valley Lake, Lytle Creek (Middle and North forks), Miller Canyon Creek (above Lake Silverwood), Prado Park Lake, Santa Ana River, South Fork Santa Ana River, Silverwood Lake, Yucaipa Park Lake.

SAN DIEGO: Cuyamaca Lake, Lake Miramar, Lake Murray, Morena Rservoir, San Vicente Reservoir.

INYO: Baker Creek, Big Pine Creek, Bishop Creek (Intake II, Middle Fork, South Fork), Cottonwood Creek, Georges Creek, Goodale Creek, Independence Creek, Lake Sabrina, North Lake, Rock Creek Lake, Shepherd Creek, Taboose Creek, Tinnemaha Creek, Tuttle Creek.

MONO: Bridgeport Reservoir, Buckeye Creek, Convict Creek, Convict Lake, Deadman Creek, George Lake, Glass Creek, Grant Lake, Gull Lake, June Lake, Lee Vining Creek, Little Walker River, Lundy Lake, Mamie Lake, Mammoth Creek, Mary Lake, McGee Creek, Mill Creek, Molybdenite Creek, Robinson Creek, Rock Creek (section 1 and 2), Rush Creek, Sherwin Creek, Silver Lake, Twin Lakes (upper and lower, Bridgeport), Twin Lakes (Mammoth), Virginia Creek, Virginia Lakes (Upper and Lower) West Walker River (sections 2 and 3).

KERN: Alder Creek, Cedar Creek, Cuddy Creek Pond, Kern River (sections 1-5).

TULARE: Balch Park Lake (Upper and Lower), Bone Creek, Deer Creek, Dry Meadow Creek, Freeman Creek, Hedrick Pond (Redwood Lake), Kern River (sections 5-6), Nobe Young Creek, Peppermint Creek (upper and lower), Stoney Creek, North Fork Tule River (Middle Fork No. 1), Middle Fork Tule River, South Fork Tule River (Middle Forks No. 2 and No. 3), White River.

FRESNO: Big Creek (Huntington), Dinkey Creek, Hume Lake, Kings River (below Pine Flat Dam), Rancheria Creek, Tamarack Creek, Tenmile Creek (Upper).
NEXT WEEK’S TENTATIVE TROUT PLANTS (April 26-May 2):

VENTURA: Reyes Creek.

RIVERSIDE: Little Lake (Hemet), Perris Lake.

SAN BERNARDINO: Gregory Lake, Jenks Lake, Santa Ana River, South Fork Santa Ana River, Silverwood Lake.

SAN DIEGO: Doane Pond.

KERN: Kern River (sections 4-5).

TULARE: Kern River (sections 5-6), Peppermint Creek, Murry Park Pond, North Fork Tule River (Middle Fork No. 1), Middle Fork Tule River, South Fork Tule River (Middle Forks No. 2 and No. 3).

FRESNO: Kings River (below Pine Flat Dam), Shaver Lake.

Apr
16

TROUT PLANTS

Barring adverse weather, water or road conditions, the following lakes and streams, listed by county, will be or have been restocked with catchable-size rainbow trout or channel catfish by the Department of Fish and Wildlife. Plants are listed for the current week and the coming week. Each list is updated with changes each week. For the most recent updates in Southern California and the Eastern Sierra Nevada, you can call the DFW recording at 855-887-1275, or for updates in the Western Sierra, you can call 559-243-4005, x183. For trout plants statewide, you can visit the DFW’s stocking web site at https://nrm.dfg.ca.gov/FishPlants/, which is the same data used here.

THIS WEEK’S TROUT PLANTS (April 12-18):

VENTURA: Reyes Creek.

ORANGE: Laguna Lake.

RIVERSIDE: Little Lake (Hemet), Perris Lake.

SAN BERNARDINO: Big Bear Lake, Gregory Lake, Mojave Narrows Park Lake, Silverwood Lake.

SAN DIEGO: Doane Pond.

INYO: Bishop Creek (Lower), Diaz Lake, Lone Pine Creek, Owens River (Section 2), Pleasant Valley Reservoir.

MONO: Bridgeport Reservoir (fishing season is still closed. This is a pre-trout opener stock).

SAN LUIS OBISPO: Barney Schwartz Park Lake, Lopez Lake.

KERN: Kern River (sections 4-5).

TULARE: Kern River (sections 5-6), Murry Park Pond.

FRESNO: Kings River (below Pine Flat Dam), Shaver Lake.
NEXT WEEK’S TENTATIVE TROUT PLANTS (April 19-25):

VENTURA: Casitas Lake.

LOS ANGELES: Castaic Lake, Crystal Lake, Pyramid Lake.

RIVERSIDE: Hemet Lake, Lake Fulmor, Rancho Jurupa Park Pond, Skinner Lake, Strawberry Creek.

SAN BERNARDINO: Arrowbear Lake, Cucamonga-Guasti Park Lake, Glen Helen Park Lake, Green Valley Lake, Lytle Creek (Middle and North forks), Miller Canyon Creek (above Lake Silverwood), Prado Park Lake, Santa Ana River, South Fork Santa Ana River, Silverwood Lake, Yucaipa Park Lake.

SAN DIEGO: Cuyamaca Lake, Lake Miramar, Lake Murray, Morena Rservoir, San Vicente Reservoir.

INYO: Baker Creek, Big Pine Creek, Bishop Creek (Intake II, Middle Fork, South Fork), Cottonwood Creek, Georges Creek, Goodale Creek, Independence Creek, North Lake, Rock Creek Lake, Shepherd Creek, Taboose Creek, Tinnemaha Creek, Tuttle Creek.

MONO: Bridgeport Reservoir, Buckeye Creek, Convict Creek, Convict Lake, Deadman Creek, George Lake, Glass Creek, Gull Lake, June Lake, Lee Vining Creek, Little Walker River, Lundy Lake, Mamie Lake, Mammoth Creek, Mary Lake, McGee Creek, Mill Creek, Mille Creek, Molybdenite Creek, Robinson Creek, Rock Creek (section 1 and 2), Rush Creek, Sherwin Creek, Silver Lake, Twin Lakes (upper and lower, Bridgeport), Twin Lakes (Mammoth), Virginia Creek, West Walker River (sections 2 and 3).

KERN: Alder Creek, Cedar Creek, Cuddy Creek Pond, Kern River (sections 1-5).

TULARE: Balch Park Lake (Upper and Lower), Bone Creek, Deer Creek, Cry Meadown Creek, Freeman Creek, Hedrick Pont (Redwood Lake), Kern River (sections 5-6), Nobe Young Creek, Peppermint Creek (upper and lower), Stoney Creek, North Fork Tule River (Middle Fork No. 1), Middle Fork Tule River, South Fork Tule River (Middle Forks No. 2 and No. 3), White River.

FRESNO: Big Creek (Huntington), Dinkey Creek, Hume Lake, Kings River (below Pine Flat Dam), Rancheria Creek, Tamarack Creek, Tenmile Creek (Upper).

Apr
09

TROUT PLANTS

Barring adverse weather, water or road conditions, the following lakes and streams, listed by county, will be or have been restocked with catchable-size rainbow trout or channel catfish by the Department of Fish and Wildlife. Plants are listed for the current week and the coming week. Each list is updated with changes each week. For the most recent updates in Southern California and the Eastern Sierra Nevada, you can call the DFW recording at 855-887-1275, or for updates in the Western Sierra, you can call 559-243-4005, x183. For trout plants statewide, you can visit the DFW’s stocking web site at https://nrm.dfg.ca.gov/FishPlants/, which is the same data used here.

THIS WEEK’S TROUT PLANTS (April 5-11):

LOS ANGELES: Castaic Lake, Crystal Lake, Pyramid Lake.

RIVERSIDE: Diamond Valley Reservoir, Hemet Lake, Lake Fulmor, Rancho Jurupa Park Pond, Skinner Lake, Strawberry Creek.

SAN BERNARDINO: Arrowbear Lake, Cucamonga-Guasti Park Lake, Glen Helen Park Lake, Green Valley Lake, Jenks Lake, Lytle Creek (Middle and North forks), Mojave Narrows Park, Prado Park Lake, Santa Ana River, South Fork Santa Ana River, Seccombe Park Lake, Silverwood Lake, Yucaipa Park Lake.

SAN DIEGO: Cuyamaca Lake, Lake Miramar, Lake Murray, Morena Rservoir, San Vicente Reservoir.

INYO: Cottonwood Creek, Georges Creek, Independence Creek, Owens River (below Tinnemaha), Pleasant Valley Reservoir, Tuttle Creek.

KERN: Cuddy Creek Pond, Kern River (sections 4 and 5), Lake Isabella.

TULARE: Kern River (sections 5 and 6).

FRESNO: Huntington Lake, Woodward Park Lake (Fresno City), Wishon Reservoir.
NEXT WEEK’S TENTATIVE TROUT PLANTS (April 12-18):

VENTURA: Reyes Creek.

ORANGE: Laguna Lake.

RIVERSIDE: Little Lake (Hemet), Perris Lake.

SAN BERNARDINO: Big Bear Lake, Gregory Lake, Mojave Narrows Park Lake, Silverwood Lake.

SAN DIEGO: Doane Pond.

INYO: Bishop Creek (Lower), Diaz Lake, Lone Pine Creek, Owens River (Section 2), Pleasant Valley Reservoir..

MONO: Bridgeport Reservoir (fishing season is still closed. This is a pre-trout opener stock).

KERN: Kern River (sections 4-5).

TULARE: Kern River (sections 5-6)

FRESNO: Kings River (below Pine Flat Dam), Shaver Lake.

Apr
02

TROUT PLANTS

Barring adverse weather, water or road conditions, the following lakes and streams, listed by county, will be or have been restocked with catchable-size rainbow trout or channel catfish by the Department of Fish and Wildlife. Plants are listed for the current week and the coming week. Each list is updated with changes each week. For the most recent updates in Southern California and the Eastern Sierra Nevada, you can call the DFW recording at 855-887-1275, or for updates in the Western Sierra, you can call 559-243-4005, x183. For trout plants statewide, you can visit the DFW’s stocking web site at https://nrm.dfg.ca.gov/FishPlants/, which is the same data used here.

THIS WEEK’S TROUT PLANTS (March 29-April 4):

INYO: Diaz Lake, Lone Pine Creek.

MONO: Crowley Lake (fishing season is still closed at Crowley Lake. This is a pre-trout opener stock).

KERN: Kern River (sections 1-3).
NEXT WEEK’S TENTATIVE TROUT PLANTS (April 5-11):

INYO: Cottonwood Creek, Georges Creek, Independence Creek, Owens River (below Tinnemaha), Pleasant Valley Reservoir, Tuttle Creek.

KERN: Kern River (sections 4 and 5), Lake Isabella.

TULARE: Kern River (sections 5 and 6).

FRESNO: Huntington Lake, Woodward Park Lake (Fresno City).

Mar
19

TROUT PLANTS

Barring adverse weather, water or road conditions, the following lakes and streams, listed by county, will be or have been restocked with catchable-size rainbow trout or channel catfish by the Department of Fish and Wildlife. Plants are listed for the current week and the coming week. Each list is updated with changes each week. For the most recent updates in Southern California and the Eastern Sierra Nevada, you can call the DFW recording at 855-887-1275, or for updates in the Western Sierra, you can call 559-243-4005, x183. For trout plants statewide, you can visit the DFW’s stocking web site at https://nrm.dfg.ca.gov/FishPlants/, which is the same data used here.

THIS WEEK’S TROUT PLANTS (March 15-21):

LOS ANGELES: Alondra Park Lake, Belvedere Lake, Cerritos Lake, Downey Wilderness Park Lake, El Dorado Park Lakes, Hollenbeck Park Lake, Kenneth Hahn Lake, Legg Lakes, Lincoln Park Lake, MacArthur Park Lake.

ORANGE: Centennial Lake, Mile Square Park Lake, Trabuco Creek.

RIVERSIDE: Diamond Valley Reservoir, Rancho Jurupa Park Pond, Skinner Lake.

SAN BERNARDINO: Glen Helen Park Lake, Silverwood Lake.

SAN DIEGO: Cuyamaca Lake.

IMPERIAL: Sunbeam Lake.

INYO: Cottonwood Creek, Diaz Lake, Georges Creek, Independence Creek, Lone Pine Creek, Tuttle Creek.

MONO: Topaz Lake.

KERN: Hart Park Lake, Kern River (section 1-3), Lake Isabella, River Walk Lake, Truxtun Lake.

FRESNO: Avocado Lake, Kings River (below Pine Flat Dam).
NEXT WEEK’S TENTATIVE TROUT PLANTS (March 22-28):

LOS ANGELES: Castaic Lake, Crystal Lake, Hansen Dam Lake, La Mirada Lake, Pyramid Lake, Reseda Park Lake, Santa Fe Reservoir.

VENTURA: Reyes Creek.

RIVERSIDE: Hemet Lake, Lake Fulmor, Little Lake (Hemet), Perris Lake.

SAN BERNARDINO: Cucamonga-Guasti Park Lake, Mojave Narrows Park Lake, Silverwood Lake.

SAN DIEGO: Chollas Park Lake, Lake Miramar, Lake Murray, Lindo Lake.

INYO: Owens River (section 2), Pleasant Valley Reservoir.

KERN: Brite Valley Reservoir, Cat Fish Lake, Cuddy Creek Pond, Kern River (sections 4 and 5), Ming Lake.

TULARE: Kern River (sections 5 and 6).

FRESNO: Woodward Park Lake (Fresno City), Kings River (below Pine Flat Dam).

Mar
12

TROUT PLANTS

Barring adverse weather, water or road conditions, the following lakes and streams, listed by county, will be or have been restocked with catchable-size rainbow trout or channel catfish by the Department of Fish and Wildlife. Plants are listed for the current week and the coming week. Each list is updated with changes each week. For the most recent updates in Southern California and the Eastern Sierra Nevada, you can call the DFW recording at 855-887-1275, or for updates in the Western Sierra, you can call 559-243-4005, x183. For trout plants statewide, you can visit the DFW’s stocking web site at https://nrm.dfg.ca.gov/FishPlants/, which is the same data used here.

THIS WEEK’S TROUT PLANTS (March 8-14):

LOS ANGELES: Castaic Lake, Pyramid Lake.

ORANGE: Carr Park Lake, Eisenhower Park Lake, Greer Park Lake, Huntington Park Lake, Laguna Lake, Ralph Clark Regional Park Lake, Tri-City Lake.

SAN BERNARDINO: Lytle Creek (Middle and North forks), Prado Park Lake.

INYO: Owens River (section 2), Pleasant Valley Reservoir.

KERN: Kern River (sections 4 and 5).

TULARE: Del Lago Park Lake, Kern River (sections 5 and 6).

FRESNO: Woodward Park Lake (Fresno City), Kings River (below Pine Flat Dam).
NEXT WEEK’S TENTATIVE TROUT PLANTS (March 15-21):

LOS ANGELES: Alondra Park Lake, Belvedere Lake, Cerritos Lake, Downey Wilderness Park Lake, Hansen Dam Lake, Hollenbeck Park Lake, Kenneth Hahn Lake, Lincoln Park Lake, MacArthur Park Lake, Sante Fe Reservoir.

ORANGE: Centennial Lake, Mile Square Park Lake, Trabuco Creek.

RIVERSIDE: Diamond Valley Reservoir, Skinner Lake.

INYO: Cottonwood Creek, Diaz Lake, Georges Creek, Independence Creek, Lone Pine Creek, Tuttle Creek.

MONO: Topaz Lake.

KERN: Hart Park Lake, Kern River (section 1-3), Lake Isabella, River Walk Lake, Truxtun Lake.

FRESNO: Avocado Lake, Kings River (below Pine Flat Dam).

Mar
05

TROUT PLANTS

Barring adverse weather, water or road conditions, the following lakes and streams, listed by county, will be or have been restocked with catchable-size rainbow trout or channel catfish by the Department of Fish and Wildlife. Plants are listed for the current week and the coming week. Each list is updated with changes each week. For the most recent updates in Southern California and the Eastern Sierra Nevada, you can call the DFW recording at 855-887-1275, or for updates in the Western Sierra, you can call 559-243-4005, x183. For trout plants statewide, you can visit the DFW’s stocking web site at https://nrm.dfg.ca.gov/FishPlants/, which is the same data used here.

THIS WEEK’S TROUT PLANTS (March 1-7):

LOS ANGELES: Alondra Park Lake, Belvedere Lake, Cerritos Lake, Downey Wilderness Park Lake, Hansen Dam Lake, Hollenbeck Park Lake, Kenneth Hahn Lake, Lincoln Park Lake, MacArthur Park Lake, Sante Fe Reservoir.

RIVERSIDE: Little Lake, Perris Lake, Rancho Jurupa Park Pond.

SAN BERNARDINO: Glen Helen Park Lake, Seccombe Park Lake, Silverwood Lake, Yucaipa Park Lake.

SAN DIEGO: Cuyamaca Lake.

INYO: Cottonwood Creek, Diaz Lake, Georges Creek, Independence Creek, Lone Pine Creek, Owens River (below Tinnemaha and Section 2), Pleasant Valley Reservoir, Tuttle Creek.

KERN: Brite Valley Reservoir, Cat Fish Lake, Hart Park Lake, Ming Lake, River Walk Lake, Truxtun Lake.

TULARE: Murry Park Pond.

FRESNO: Avocado Lake, Kings River (below Pine Flat Dam).
NEXT WEEK’S TENTATIVE TROUT PLANTS (March 8-14):

INYO: Owens River (section 2), Pleasant Valley Reservoir.

KERN: Kern River (sections 4 and 5).

TULARE: Del Lago Park Lake, Kern River (sections 5 and 6).

FRESNO: Woodward Park Lake (Fresno City), Kings River (below Pine Flat Dam).

Feb
26

TROUT PLANTS

Barring adverse weather, water or road conditions, the following lakes and streams, listed by county, will be or have been restocked with catchable-size rainbow trout or channel catfish by the Department of Fish and Wildlife. Plants are listed for the current week and the coming week. Each list is updated with changes each week. For the most recent updates in Southern California and the Eastern Sierra Nevada, you can call the DFW recording at 855-887-1275, or for updates in the Western Sierra, you can call 559-243-4005, x183. For trout plants statewide, you can visit the DFW’s stocking web site at https://nrm.dfg.ca.gov/FishPlants/, which is the same data used here.

THIS WEEK’S TROUT PLANTS (Feb. 22-28):

LOS ANGELES: Castaic Lake, Pyramid Lake.

VENTURA: Reyes Creek.

SAN BERNARDINO: Silverwood Lake.

SAN DIEGO: Chollas Park Lake, Lake Miramar, Lake Murray, Lindo Lake.

INYO: Owens River (section 2), Pleasant Valley Reservoir.

KERN: Cuddy Creek Pond, Kern River (sections 1-5).

TULARE: Del Lago Park Lake, Kaweah Reservoir, Kern River (sections 5 and 6), Success Reservoir.

FRESNO: Woodward Park Lake (Fresno City).
NEXT WEEK’S TENTATIVE TROUT PLANTS (Mar. 1-7):

INYO: Cottonwood Creek, Georges Creek, Independence Creek, Tuttle Creek.

KERN: Brite Valley Reservoir, Hart Park Lake, Ming Lake, River Walk Lake, Truxtun Lake.

TULARE: Murry Park Pond.

FRESNO: Avocado Lake, Kings River (below Pine Flat Dam).

Feb
20

TROUT PLANTS

Barring adverse weather, water or road conditions, the following lakes and streams, listed by county, will be or have been restocked with catchable-size rainbow trout or channel catfish by the Department of Fish and Wildlife. Plants are listed for the current week and the coming week. Each list is updated with changes each week. For the most recent updates in Southern California and the Eastern Sierra Nevada, you can call the DFW recording at 855-887-1275, or for updates in the Western Sierra, you can call 559-243-4005, x183. For trout plants statewide, you can visit the DFW’s stocking web site at https://nrm.dfg.ca.gov/FishPlants/, which is the same data used here.

THIS WEEK’S TROUT PLANTS (Feb. 15-21):

LOS ANGELES: Alondra Park Lake, El Dorado Park Lake, Hansen Dam Lake, Kenneth Hahn Lake, Legg Lakes, MacArthur Park Lake, Santa Fe Reservoir.

ORANGE: Trabuco Creek.

RIVERSIDE: Diamond Valley Reservoir, Rancho Jurupa Park Pond, Lake Skinner.

SAN BERNARDINO: Cucamonga-Guasti Park Lake, Glen Helen Park Lake, Silverwood Lake.

INYO: Owens River (below Tinnemaha)

KERN: Brite Valley Reservoir, Hart Park Lake, Ming Lake, River Walk Lake, Truxtun Lake.

FRESNO: Avocado Lake, Kings River (below Pine Flat Dam), Pine Flat Reservoir.
NEXT WEEK’S TENTATIVE TROUT PLANTS (Feb. 22-28):

LOS ANGELES: Castaic Lake, Pyramid Lake.

VENTURA: Reyes Creek.

SAN BERNARDINO: Silverwood Lake.

SAN DIEGO: Chollas Park Lake, Lake Miramar, Lake Murray, Lindo Lake.

INYO: Owens River (section 2), Pleasant Valley Reservoir.

KERN: Cuddy Creek Pond, Kern River (sections 1-5).

TULARE: Del Lago Park Lake, Kaweah Reservoir, Kern River (sections 5 and 6), Success Reservoir.

FRESNO: Woodward Park Lake (Fresno City).

Feb
12

TROUT PLANTS

Barring adverse weather, water or road conditions, the following lakes and streams, listed by county, will be or have been restocked with catchable-size rainbow trout or channel catfish by the Department of Fish and Wildlife. Plants are listed for the current week and the coming week. Each list is updated with changes each week. For the most recent updates in Southern California and the Eastern Sierra Nevada, you can call the DFW recording at 855-887-1275, or for updates in the Western Sierra, you can call 559-243-4005, x183. For trout plants statewide, you can visit the DFW’s stocking web site at https://nrm.dfg.ca.gov/FishPlants/, which is the same data used here.

THIS WEEK’S TROUT PLANTS (Feb. 8-14):

LOS ANGELES: Castaic Lake, Crystal Lake, La Mirada Park Lake, Pyramid Lake, Reseda Park Lake.

ORANGE: Carr Park Lake, Eisenhower Park Lake, Greer Park Lake, Hungtington Park Lake.

RIVERSIDE: Cahuilla Park Lake.

SAN BERNARDINO: Lytle Creek (Middle and North forks), Mojave Narrows Park Lake, Prado Park Lake, Silverwood Lake.

IMPERIAL: Sunbeam Lake, Weist Lake.

SAN DIEGO: Lake Miramar, Lake Murray.

INYO: Owens River (section 2), Pleasant Valley Reservoir.

KERN: Kern River (sections 1-5).

TULARE: Del Lago Park Lake, Kern River (sections 5 and 6)

FRESNO: Kings River (below Pine Flat Dam).
NEXT WEEK’S TENTATIVE TROUT PLANTS (Feb. 15-21):

LOS ANGELES: Alondra Park Lake, El Dorado Park Lake, Hansen Dam Lake, Kenneth Hahn Lake, Legg Lakes, MacArthur Park Lake, Santa Fe Reservoir.

ORANGE: Trabuco Creek.

RIVERSIDE: Diamond Valley Reservoir, Rancho Jurupa Park Pond, Lake Skinner.

SAN BERNARDINO: Cucamonga-Guasti Park Lake, Glen Helen Park Lake, Silverwood Lake.

KERN: Brite Valley Reservoir, Hart Park Lake, Ming Lake, River Walk Lake, Truxtun Lake.

FRESNO: Avocado Lake, Kings River (below Pine Flat Dam), Pine Flat Reservoir.

Jan
29

TROUT PLANTS

Barring adverse weather, water or road conditions, the following lakes and streams, listed by county, will be or have been restocked with catchable-size rainbow trout or channel catfish by the Department of Fish and Wildlife. Plants are listed for the current week and the coming week. Each list is updated with changes each week. For the most recent updates in Southern California and the Eastern Sierra Nevada, you can call the DFW recording at 855-887-1275, or for updates in the Western Sierra, you can call 559-243-4005, x183. For trout plants statewide, you can visit the DFW’s stocking web site at https://nrm.dfg.ca.gov/FishPlants/, which is the same data used here.

THIS WEEK’S TROUT PLANTS (Jan. 25-31):

LOS ANGELES: Castaic Lake, Pyramid Lake.

ORANGE: Trabuco Creek.

SAN BERNARDINO: Silverwood Lake.

SAN DIEGO: Lake Miramar, Lake Murray.

KERN: Brite Valley Reservoir, Cuddy Creek Pond, Hart Park Lake, Ming Lake, River Walk Park Lake, Truxtun Lake.

FRESNO: Kings River (below Pine Flat Dam).
NEXT WEEK’S TENTATIVE TROUT PLANTS (Feb. 1-7):

KERN: Brite Valley Reservoir, Hart Park Lake, Ming Lake, River Walk Lake, Truxtun Lake.

Jan
23

TROUT PLANTS

Barring adverse weather, water or road conditions, the following lakes and streams, listed by county, will be or have been restocked with catchable-size rainbow trout or channel catfish by the Department of Fish and Wildlife. Plants are listed for the current week and the coming week. Each list is updated with changes each week. For the most recent updates in Southern California and the Eastern Sierra Nevada, you can call the DFW recording at 855-887-1275, or for updates in the Western Sierra, you can call 559-243-4005, x183. For trout plants statewide, you can visit the DFW’s stocking web site at https://nrm.dfg.ca.gov/FishPlants/, which is the same data used here.

THIS WEEK’S TROUT PLANTS (Jan. 18-24):

VENTURA: Reyes Creek.

SAN BERNARDINO: Cucamonga-Guasti Park Lake, Mojave Narrows Park Lake, Silverwood Lake.

RIVERSIDE: Rancho Jurupa Park Pond.

SAN DIEGO: Chollas Park Lake, Cuyamaca Lake, Lindo Lake.
INYO: Owens River (Section 2).

KERN: Kern River (Sections 1-5).

TULARE: Kern River (Section 5).

FRESNO: Kings River (below Pine Flat Dam), Woodward Park Lake (Fresno city).
NEXT WEEK’S TENTATIVE TROUT PLANTS (Jan. 25-31):

SAN BERNARDINO: Silverwood Lake.

SAN DIEGO: Lake Miramar, Lake Murray.

KERN: Brite Valley Reservoir, Hart Park Lake, Ming Lake, River Walk Park Lake, Truxtun Lake.

FRESNO: Kings River (below Pine Flat Dam).