Time & Location
About The Event
Fuller Lake is on the Bowman Lake Road near Lake Spaulding,
Three miles from the intersection of Bowman Lake Road and Hwy 20
Fuller Lake is stocked with rainbows and brown trout. Large holdover browns are not uncommon.
We will HQ at a picnic table near the point in the Day-Use Area. The Day-Use area is a fee area with BBQs, toilets and a small launch ramp. Fuller is perfect for float tubes and kayaks. Small boats with motors are allowed but there is very limited parking for boat trailers and a 10 mph speed limit. The fish are easily spooked in the clear water so the smaller the floatation device the smaller the shadow cast on the weed beds and bottom.
- Tom Grant 530-263-2492, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Diane Berg 530-205-6393, berg@NCCN.net
Planted rainbows and browns as well as large holdover browns.
Use still water techniques in very clear and relatively shallow water, i.e. long fluoro leaders and light tippets.
- Rods: 4-6 wt.
- Lines: Intermediate, dry and full sink
- Leaders: 9-12’
- Tippet: 4 lb. test
- Flies: Sheep Creek Special, chironomid (midge) patterns, wooly worms & buggers
- Other: Indicators
What participants need to know:
This is a beautiful little lake within a one-hour drive of Grass Valley. No potable water is available in the day use area.