Woman at Castle Crags State Park
Bikers on the Sundial Bridge in Redding, California
Woman at Lassen Volcanic National Park.
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Woman at Castle Crags State Park
Bikers on the Sundial Bridge in Redding, California
Woman at Lassen Volcanic National Park.
The Park Food Truck Hub in Redding, California
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Gone Fishing?

The Sacramento River runs cold and swift through the heart of Redding, creating one of the best fisheries in the country and helping to establish Redding as one of Forbes.com’s "Top 10 Trout Fishing Towns" in North America. Being the sunniest city in California makes it a breeze to fish year round; the lakes and rivers are almost always open. Locals and visitors alike appreciate the beautiful setting, variety of waters, and accessibility - less time in the car means more time on the water after all!

In addition to having an abundance of lakes, rivers, and streams to fish on and having it close at hand, Redding and the surrounding area boast unparalleled numbers of quality fish. Rainbow trout, browns, steelhead, Choho and Chinook salmon can all be found in Redding's waters. Area guides frequently boast 20-40 fish days with their clients. 

Whether you just want to give fishing a try, or angle with the best of them, Redding should be your destination. World-class fishing for all is in the heart of northern California, along the I-5 corridor…just look for the giant sundial!

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