Just found this forum. I'm an avid fly fisherman who relocated to Los Angeles this past August. Haven't gotten out fishing since July when I visited some friends on a tributary of the Columbia river in Oregon. Beautiful water up there... picked up 8+ wild fish in less than an hour! I'm looking forward to getting my license and exploring some of the water around LA this spring. I know it isn't the best climate for trout fishing. I'm willing to try for other species I suppose...
I've heard things about streams not too far from here that I'm looking forward to checking out... hope to see some of you on the water in the future.
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Welcome to SoCal from another Massachusetts transplant. The good news is there is trout fishing in our area, and it can be excellent at times. As for locations, I guess the best piece of advice I can offer is to visit a local fly shop and pick their brains for information on local trout streams. You might also consider joining a fly fishing club. It's a great way to meet others who would be willing to join you for an outing and show you the ropes. If you haven't tried it yet, surf fishing is another good option in our area. Hitting the beach for corbina, perch or whatever will grab your fly is a nice alternative to trout fishing I've found. Have fun exploring...
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