Boca Fish Report

Boca Reservoir - Truckee, CA

by Mountain Hardware & Sports
(530) 587–4844

100% full and going over the spillway. This lake has been the most consistent but recently with all the fishing pressure it has received fish have spread out! Most fishermen will find the majority of the fish at the North end of the lake to the last riffle of the Little Truckee River (special regs exist here so read up on the rules). Some anglers always have success at the Dam too. Great fishing for the Cutthroat and Rainbows from shore with the occasional Brown thrown in! For those who can launch their boats by the campground, there has been some pretty good Kokanee fishing! Toplining Pink and Orange spinners, hoochies, squids, or spoons can pull in Kokanee ranging from 13-17 inches. Most of Boca may not be accessible due to closure over the dam and we don’t know when the barrier will be lifted! Access to the boat launch can be accessed by taking 89 to Prosser Dam Road, across Prosser Dam to the backside of Boca. THIS ROUTE ISN’T FOR THE MEEK AS THE ROAD IS RUTTED OUT AND VERY BUMPY! Lake is at 100% capacity and running over spillway.

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