Trinity Lake is the perfect place to spend an afternoon boating, swimming, waterskiing, tubing and fishing. Since fishing takes a little skill and knowhow if you want to be successful, we often get questions from fishermen asking the best place to try their luck. We’re here to help! Keep reading to learn everything there is to know about Trinity Lake fishing.
Types of fish
In mid-spring, when the water starts to clear up, the lake will come alive with native rainbow trout, brown trout, kokanee salmon, smallmouth and largemouth bass and catfish. Several state-record weight fish have been caught in Trinity Lake, including a bullhead catfish, Chinook salmon and a smallmouth bass.
Best places to fish
Trinity Lake offers great fishing both from the shore and from the water. If you’re interested in staying on dry land, all the arms of the lake offer great spots for trout and bass. Areas near the mouths of the creeks or shallow sections of the lake will almost certainly pay off. If you’re on a boat, our fishermen often have luck trolling on the main Trinity Arm. Many trophy-sized smallmouth bass have also been caught on the upper end of the lake.
Baits to use
The type of bait you choose really depends on the fish you’re trying to catch, but for general success, many fishermen on Trinity Lake like to use nightcrawlers, crickets or even basic plastic worms. If you’re interested in fly fishing, we recommend minnow shaped flies, Zack Attack Damsels or Chromies.
Rent a boat from Trinity Alps Marina!
You can obviously cast your line from the shore, but to ensure you’re catching as many fish as possible, you’ll want to rent a boat and take it out on the water. Here’s why you should consider renting from us if you’re looking to do some Trinity Lake fishing:
- Quality boats: Renting a trustworthy vessel is step one in ensuring you have a fun day out on the lake, and that’s exactly what you’ll get when you rent from us! We only rent the highest quality boats that are both safe and reliable.
- Wide selection: Unlike some marinas that only offer one or two options for boat rental, we have a huge inventory of boats for groups of all sizes. Whether you need a 28-foot pontoon to host a family party or a small fishing boat for a day of solo fun on the water, we have you covered.
- Affordable rates: There’s no need to overpay for boat rental when you come to Trinity Alps Marina. All of our boats are rented for competitive hourly or daily rates. We guarantee you won’t find a better deal anywhere else.
Don’t miss out on any fun on the lake this year—rent a boat from Trinity Alps Marina to fish in Trinity Lake! We are currently closed for the winter, but we open back up for the season on May 1. Mark your calendar so you’ll enjoy your first pick of dates and boats!
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