Goodrich Creek is a California Fishing spot. Goodrich Creek is located in Lassen County in the State of California. Goodrich Creek has the latitude and longitude (40.330832, -120.9299) and the altitude is 5100 feet. Special efforts have been made to protect this marvelous spring creek and its surroundings to preserve the stream habitat, excellent trout fishing and abundant wildlife. The end result of these efforts is a very special place for the fly fisher.
Goodrich Creek is home to prolific hatches throughout the season. Anglers of all skill levels will find Goodrich Creek an enjoyable experience. Two and a half miles of spring fed stream with placid, meandering meadow water, Goodrich has many undercut banks in the lower reaches and faster flowing water upstream as the creek winds through the pine trees, its progress downstream broken by rock ledges and logs. Goodrich Creek offers the fly fisher superb dry fly, nymph and streamer fishing. It’s the perfect place to hone your angling skills.
Before fishing in Goodrich Creek you should consult with local guides and regulations. Fishermen who have fished at Goodrich Creek are encouraged to post reviews of the Goodrich Creek Fish types and any images they want to share with others.
Things To Do:
- Hatchery Trout
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