Grant Lake Fishing
The largest and only man made lake on the loop is stocked regularly. There are many dirt roads along the back side to pull up to the lake and fish right where you park. Keep in mind LADWP controls the water level, and it is not uncommon that the lake level will vary, so be careful how close you park to the shore line. Always remember your mountain manners and do not leave trash or your poop next to the lake. Properly bury your personal defecation. Please help keep this area clean. There is also very little cell phone reception out there, so plan accordingly. If you need any last minute provisions, don’t forget to check out Grant Lake Marina!
Grant Lake is located closest to the North Entrance on HWY 158
Check out where Rush Creek enters the lake, stay in the peninsula area, or in the narrows by the marina. Rent a boat from Grant Lake. Or simply select one of the multiple dirt roads around Grant to get your favorite shore spot.
Rainbow Trout, Lahontan Cutthroat Trout, Brown Trout, Brookies
Fishing License is Required (purchase online or in town). General limit is 5 per day and never more than 10 in possession. Fishing season is the Last Saturday in April through November 15 every year. Fishing times are an hour before sunrise and an hour after sunset, night fishing is not permitted.
Purchase your license online – https://www.ca.wildlifelicense.com/InternetSales/
Regulations are here – https://www.wildlife.ca.gov/Regulations
Other helpful info – https://www.monocounty.org/things-to-do/fishing/fishing-rules-regulations/
June Lake Loop has year round activities
The busiest tourism season is Summer (June/July/Aug)
The water is better up here, drink it from the tap
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Elevation – 7,654 feet (2,333 meters)
Population – 629 (feels more like 400 year round)
Zip Code – 93529
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#1 – Pick up trash, even if it is not yours
#2 – Pick up your dog’s poop, it doesn’t magically disappear in the snow
#3 – Be friendly and patient, things move a bit slower up here
#4 – Don’t feed the wildlife
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