Edison, Lake Thomas A is a California Fishing spot. Edison, Lake Thomas A is located in Fresno County in the State of California. Edison, Lake Thomas A has the latitude and longitude (37.38157, -118.97637). Lake Edison offers good fishing, tent cabins, campgrounds, a rustic mountain lodge and restaurant, a boat launch, boat rentals, horse rentals, and a nearby trailhead to the John Muir Trail. A 15-mph speed limit keeps the lake ideal for anglers, and a ferry service runs across the lake twice a day for hikers on the John Muir Trail.
Edison Lake is at an elevation of 7,650 feet and is fed by Mono Creek, a cold, pure, and pristine trout stream. It is one of the most remote lakes you can drive to in California. Although Edison is stocked only with fingerlings, there are rainbow trout and some giant brown trout in this lake, but they are difficult to inspire. These big browns are best caught at ice-out (during the first two weeks of the season).
Before fishing in Edison, Lake Thomas A you should consult with local guides and regulations. Fishermen who have fished at Edison, Lake Thomas A are encouraged to post reviews of the Edison, Lake Thomas A Fish types and any images they want to share with others.
Things To Do:
- Hatchery Trout
From the Town of Shaver Lake, take Highway 168 north for 21 miles to Kaiser Pass Road/Forest Road 80. Turn right and drive 16 (narrow and twisting) miles to a fork in the road. Bear left onto Edison Lake Road (right goes to Florence Lake) and drive approximately six miles to the resort, at the end of the road.
Click Here for a Map and Direction to Edison, Lake Thomas A Driving Direction.
Check the Weather Forecast for Edison, Lake Thomas A Weather.