Eagle Lake

Lassen - California

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Eagle Lake is an open water surrounded by grass, brush, and coniferous forest. Windy afternoons can create hazardous waves. Rainbow catchables, both wild and domestic strains, in Spring and Fall, grow to produce trophy-size Trout. Marina, bait & tackl...

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  1. Testing boat in local pond before we rip some lips🎣

    1. Jonathan Boettcher 0
      1436, its not quite wide enough for great stability but it does the job @puredemon29
    2. puredemon29 0
      that's cool I'm gonna be getting one soon too. what size is that one?
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  2. Anther pic look at my last one

    1. Swamp Mafia 0
      War mouth.
    2. Julian Julian 0
    3. Sutton Dole 0
      Yep defiantly a warmouth
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  3. Is this a high breed Crappie and rock bass and bluegill

    1. Julian Julian 0
      Lol 4-6" use whole and live. Hook under the dorsal with a 8/0 circle hook and anchor them to the bottom with sufficient weight. Run a 12" or less leader ...more so they cant snag you up. Hit the Grand River.
    2. Swamp Mafia 0
      War mouth
    3. cross20 0
      @riverrat do u cut or use baby's
    4. Julian Julian 0
      Warmouth are cool fish. They make great bait for big flatheads.
    5. gr82bstr8 0
      Interesting, never heard of a warmouth
    6. theSturgeonGeneral13 0
      Yeah I was going to say it's either a Warmouth or a Warmouth x Bluegill hybrid
    7. cross20 0
      It's a war mouth I found out
    8. theSturgeonGeneral13 0
      Based on this
    9. Matt Dobson 0
      I bet @RiverRat @SwampMafia or @theSturgeonGeneral13 would know. Guys- there are two pics to view.
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  4. Wht type of fish

    1. Cale Ellingson 0
      Looks like a mud minnow
    2. cole12345 0
      Bowfin or a darter
    3. KinkyBeaver 0
      Lil green one. ha ha
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  5. Is this a bowfin if not what is it

    1. cole12345 0
      That or a darter
    2. bobber 0
      Looks right, but I'm no expert
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  6. Wht kind of fish caught in a stream

    1. cole12345 0
      Rainbow dart
    2. cross20 0
      @Esgar272 i know this is a rainbow dart but I don't now wht the other one is or I could be same kind
    3. Esgar Montalvo 0
      Could you confirm after it grows some @cross20 ?
    4. cross20 0
      Thxs @hillbillyDeluxe
    5. mike joppeck 0
      Rainbow dart
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  7. Wht type of fish

    1. theSturgeonGeneral13 0
      This is actually a species of darter, they are in the same family as Walleye, Sauger and Yellow Perch (Percidae) @cross20
    2. bobbyroupp 0
    3. cross20 0
      Yea thts wht I'm thinking @cole12345
    4. cole12345 0
      It is a goby if it stays on the bottom they are very fast
    5. cross20 0
      @jamesroes look at my other pic I just posted thts anther one I caught put them in my fish tank
    6. jamesroes 0
      Looks sorta like a smallmouth but not positive
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