Fishing at Lake McClure, California
Lake McClure is home to a wide variety of fish - kokanee salmon, rainbow trout, brown trout, brook trout, black bass, spotted bass, crappie, bluegill, shad, and catfish. The lake is stocked regularly. Plenty of underwater structure and rocky points provide great habitat for the bass. There is a slot limit for bass on Lake McClure. Bass that measure between 12" and 15" must be released back into the lake.

Bass fishermen know the Merced River Arm offers reliable, productive fishing most of the year. Any of the rocky points are likely habitat for bass. Trollers do well in the deep water in the main body of the lake, especially down near the dam. Other popular trolling areas are to work the area from Horseshoe Bend down the narrows to Barrett Cove and east of the dam in the Cotton Arm.

Fishing from the bank in places like McClure Point and the little inlets south of Barrett Cove can produce some great catches. Some of the best creek inlets are Cotton Creek, Rancho Del Oro Gulch, Piney Creek, and Temperance Creek.
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