Most natural lakes are often prettier and smaller than reservoirs, and Rock Creek Lake, at just 63 surface acres, is a perfect example. The lake has great natural beauty, at 8000 feet in the high Sierra, near the Little Lakes Valley, just north of the boundary to the John Muir Wilderness.
Before fishing in Rock Creek Lake you should consult with local guides and regulations. Fishermen who have fished at Rock Creek Lake are encouraged to post reviews of the Rock Creek Lake Fish types and any images they want to share with others.
Things To Do:
- Hatchery Trout
GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
From Mammoth Junction (the junction of U.S.395 and Highway 203), take U.S.395 south for 15 miles to Tom’s Place and Rock Creek Road. Turn right (south) on Rock Creek Road and drive eight miles to the lake. From Bishop, take U.S.395 north for 30 miles to the town of Tom’s Place and Rock Creek Road. Turn left on Rock Creek Road and drive eight miles to Rock Creek Lake.