Rancho Seco Park Lake is a California Fishing spot. Rancho Seco Park Lake is located in Sacramento County in the State of California. Rancho Seco Park Lake has the latitude and longitude (38.33777, -121.09519) and the altitude is 240 feet.
The lake covers 160 acres and provides a variety of prospects, all of them weather dependent. In the spring and fall, the bass fishing can be good, but it is best in April, May, and October. The lake’s bass record is 16 pounds, 15 ounces. Rancho Seco has some huge Florida-strain largemouth bass, with many exceeding the 15-pound mark. A night crawler retrieved very slowly along the bottom has enticed many big fish, along with traditional plastic-worm methods.
Rancho Seco Park Lake is open for day use only. Since no gas motors are permitted on the lake (electric motors only), you get quiet water and fair fishing, along with good access and picnic sites. Bring the family. The area also has wetland habitat that provides homes for ducks, geese, hawks, bald eagles, blue herons, and other migratory birds.
Things To Do:
- Hatchery Trout
14962 Twin Cities Road
Herald, CA 95638-9748
GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
From Sacramento, take Highway 99 south for 12 miles to the Highway 104 exit. Take Highway 104/Twin Cities Road east (look for the twin towers) and drive 12 miles to the signed entrance for Rancho Seco Recreation Area. Turn right and continue to the lake.