Other lakes in the area:
In order to protect Wohlford from invasive exotic Quagga mussels,
there is still a temporary ban on private water craft and equipment that
could have been exposed to mussels. Restricted equipment includes
private boats, canoes, kayaks, float tubes, trolling motors, fish
finders, anchors and other equipment that contacts the water.
There is a one-lane launch ramp located at the entrance. Launch fee is $4. Boats must be over 10ft but not over 20ft. Float-tubing is permitted. Rowboats and gasoline-powered fishing boats are available for rent. Prices are as follows:
*Rowboat - $17 ½ day Rowboat - $14
*Motorboat - $35 ½ day Motorboat - $30
*Maximum Rental Boat capacity is 5 persons.
This is a smaller lake but offers some fine fishing for it's size. Rainbow trout are stocked during the winter and spring months by DFG and county hatcheries. Channel catfish are stocked during the summer. There are also some BIG bass, crappie and bluegill in the lake. No swimming/skiing is allowed which makes this a nice lake to fish. A California fishing license and fishing permit are required for fishing. Permit fees are as follows:
Youth 8- 15 yrs. $5
Under 8 are free but any fish caught counts towards limit of paying adult. Be sure to visit the CDFW web site for complete regulations before heading out.
Bass - 19 pounds, 3 oz. by Steve Beasley of Vista, Ca. Caught on Feb. 3, 1986 using a golden shiner at Bass Point.
Trout - 16 pounds, 4 oz. by Alan Vietor. Caught Jan. 30, 1999 using green Powerbait.
Catfish - 27 pounds by Al Linares of Valley Center, CA. Caught Aug. 30, 1967 using cheese.
Crappie - 3 pounds, 8 oz. by Delbert Carter of Pico Rivera, Ca. Caught April 12, 1982 using a crawdad.
Bluegill - 1 pound, 4 oz. by Donna Bartels of Woodland Hills, Ca. Caught May 22, 1983 using a meal worm.
Read and Post Wohlford Lake Fishing Reports Here
Brad Davis & Melanie Osteria with a couple of nice trout limits caught 12/23/09.
A 9.8 pound catfish caught by Blas Romero on 10/1/06.
A nice Wohlford bass - April 9, 2006.