Low and Weedy

Lake McCumber - Viola, CA (Shasta County)


by The Fly Shop
12-7-2015
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Not much happening on Lake McCumber. Water conditions are low and weedy. Might be worth checking out. You should be able to find a few fish here. Going to be cold and snowy. Expect better fishing and conditions in the spring of 2016.

The fish are not really big. Comprised of planted rainbows, some brown trout.

Lake McCumber is surrounded with tall conifers, enveloped in clean crisp air and watched over by soaring eagles with sharp talons. A medium sized impoundment, the lake is considered "just right" for tubers, prams and Goldilocks.


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