East Park Reservoir sits in a hidden valley between the foothills and the Coastal Range. The lake was made when Stoney Creek was dammed. Originally the lake was called Lodoga Reservoir but was re-named later to East Park.
The west side of the reservoir sits in rolling hills covered with wild oaks. The east side sits in a basin with the lake all cut apart with islands and channels running in-between the lagoons. Itís a lake that holds black bass, smallmouth bass, crappie, bluegills and trout in the deeper areas.
We fish East Park using both floating bass poppers and sinking flies such as clousers or whistlers. The fishing can great to fantastic at times. When you find the pods of fish youíre golden. Fly fishers should come armed with both rigs ready to go. Our favorite sinking line is the Rio InTouch Streamer Tip line.
Tour fee is $165 per guest for the tour, limited to 3 anglers per tour.
Transportation, a lakefront lunch, beverages, and snacks during the day. Handouts for the tour will include maps, access areas, flies, special setups, equipment recommended and other special features that pertain to the fisheries. A complete list of all equipment needed is attached to the confirmation package.
Guests must possess a valid California fishing license and need to bring their own pontoon or float tube and wading gear (equipment can be rented, if needed).