Fishing in Natoma Lake – Sacramento County Fishing

Fishing in Natoma Lake - Sacramento County
Natoma Lake is a California Fishing spot. Natoma Lake is located in Sacramento County in the State of California. Natoma Lake has the latitude and longitude (38.66014, -121.19027) and the altitude is 126 feet.

Natoma is known, just like Butt Lake below Lake Almanor, as a regular producer of some of the largest rainbow trout in the state. It is the best prospect for a football-sized rainbow over 8 pounds in the Sacramento area.

Before fishing in Natoma Lake you should consult with local guides and regulations. Fishermen who have fished at Natoma Lake are encouraged to post reviews of the Natoma Lake Fish types and any images they want to share with others.

Fishing in Natoma Lake - Sacramento County

Things To Do:

  • Fishing
  • Boating

 

Fish Types:

  • Bass

Fishing in Natoma Lake - Sacramento County

 

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
38.66014, -121.19027

Driving Direction:
From Sacramento, take I80 north to the exit for Douglas Boulevard. Take that exit east and drive five miles to Auburn-Folsom Road. Turn right on Auburn-Folsom Road and drive south six miles until the road dead-ends into Greenback Lane. Turn right on Greenback Lane and merge immediately into the left lane. The park entrance is approximately 0.2 mile down, on the left.

Click Here for a Map and Direction to Natoma Lake Driving Direction.
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