Kinney Reservoir and Kinney Lakes / Highway 4

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Kinney Reservoir and Kinney Lakes / Highway 4

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Road condition:   Paved     

Day hikes to fishing: Lower and Upper Kinney Lakes

Region: Just east of Ebbetts Pass on Highway 4

Description of Kinney Reservoir: Kinney Reservoir sits right along Highway 4 and offers good bank fishing for stocked rainbows averaging ten inches.  The reservoir is also home to some small brook trout. Kinney Lakes are a short distance away.

Lake size:  

Closest town or supplies: Markleeville


Facilities: None

Nearest campground: Bloomfield Campground, Highland Lakes


Fishing season: General season


Favorite lures or bait:

Favorite fly patterns:

Stocking information: Kinney Reservoir is stocked annually with 3,000 rainbows and 2,000 fingerling brook trout.  Upper and Lower Kinney Lakes, a short hike away, are planted with fingerlings each year.

Additional information:

Nearby fishing: North Fork Mokelumne River

Directions: From Highway 395, turn left at the junction with Highway 89 and proceed to the junction with Highway 4.  Turn west on Highway 4 and drive ***



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This page contains a single entry by David Archer published on March 30, 2008 12:06 PM.

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