If you’ve been itching to get out on the water or shoreline to go fishing, there are plenty of nearby destinations for you to explore.
No matter your experience level, now is the time to get out and reel in some fun. So as the weather heats up and the days grow longer, here are some top fishing spots in the El Dorado Hills.
From the moment you arrive, you’ll notice all the sights and sounds of nature at Bass Lake Regional Park.
As a natural corridor of wildfire, the preserve opens the door to opportunities to watch birds, deer, rabbits and other grazing animals.
A large fishing dock and ramp make it easy to enjoy the park on water. The family fishing site is catch and release.
Browns Ravine is part of Folsom Lake Marina, which is the only one that’s open year round.
The marina is equipped with 685 wet slips and can accommodate 26-foot boats.
Be prepared for a shot to reel in trout, catfish, largemouth and smallmouth bass, salmon and perch at Browns Ravine.
Willow Hill Reservoir Community Park
Known for its stunning terrain and breathtaking landscape, Willow Hill is also a great spot to cast a line, especially if you are a beginner.
The wide-open grassland and oak woodlands at the 28-acre park are the perfect backdrop for shoreline or non-motor boat fishing.
Since the 1950s, visitors have taken in the scenery and recreation at Cameron Park, which features a man-made lake.
This is a catch-and-release fishing venue and all fish must be returned to the lake. You can read more about the fishing rules on the Cameron Park Lake website.