Lake Tahoe has some of the best inshore fishing in the country, and to the delight of fisherpeople it’s happening year round! Lake Tahoe fishing features a variety of hotspots, including Lake Tahoe itself and other nearby lakes (such as Pyramid Lake and Donner Lake), the Truckee River and streams and tributaries. Try guided fly fishing in a wild stream, pier fishing on the lakeshore, an offshore fishing charter – or try them all! When you’re at Tahoe and itching to cast your line in the water, Lake Tahoe fishing reports are your guide to what’s biting, when and where.
These Lake Tahoe fishing reports direct you to the kind of Lake Tahoe fish you want to catch, whether it's the Mackinaw trout and Kokanee salmon that swim in the deeper lake waters or the wild rainbows, browns, Lahontan cutthroats and native whitefish in the “Big” and “Little” Truckee rivers. Maybe the Lake Tahoe fishing reports will direct you to set up your lines at Dollar Point, where the rainbow trout are biting, or maybe they'll lead you to choose to refine your fly-casting skills in the Truckee River (and employ one of the local fishing guides for some extra help if you need it).
Lake Tahoe Fishing Reports – When and Where
Our Lake Tahoe fishing reports are received daily from the captains and guides who know every inch of these waters. They're the experts, the ones who are out there day and in and day out, so they're the ones to trust for the most up-to-date fishing information. If you're going out on your own, use these reports to help you decide where to go, when to go there and what gear you'll need to take with you. Or you can use these reports to know which kind of guide to hire to take you to his or her favorite spots and keep you well supplied for a full day of fishing. Whether you’re a skilled angler or a fishing novice, you can bring home a great catch and a story to share at the end of the day.