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Fishing

Trinity Lake has good populations of both largemouth and smallmouth bass. The dredger piles at the head of the lake, as well as other structures found in the coves and points throughout the lake provide excellent bass fishing for most of the year. Spring always provides the hottest action, however, as both species move into the shoreline to spawn. March through June are the favorite months for experienced bass anglers.

Rainbow trout are found throughout the lake all-year-long. During the spring, they can be found most anywhere as they cruise the lake surface to feed on aquatic insects. As the lake waters are warmed by the summer sun, these fish school up at the mouths of the major tributaries, such as the Stuarts Fork, Swift Creek, and at the Main Stem and East Fork of the Trinity River. Boat and shoreline anglers seldom go without action using the usual baits, and even fly anglers report good fishing on occasion.

The lake also has a population of catfish and kokanee salmon.

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