Fishing

Fishing at Twin Lakes

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  • The Lakes Basin is a fun, bustling recreation center in the summertime and Twin Lakes is no exception. If you're looking to do some bait or spin fishing with your family or want to be drawn into the enthusiasm of other fishermen of all ages and abilities, Twin Lakes is your spot! Float around Upper Twin Lake in your rowboat or fish from the shore by the bridge at Lower Twin Lake. Either way, you'll be sure to see plenty of fish and enjoy the beauty of Mammoth Crest, the Lava Tube and Twin Lakes Falls. The Twin Lakes General Store sells snacks and supplies and has a fish-cleaning station.

  • The Lakes Basin is a fun, bustling recreation center in the summertime and Twin Lakes is no exception. If you're looking to do some bait or spin fishing with your family or want to be drawn into the enthusiasm of other fishermen of all ages and abilities, Twin Lakes is your spot! Float around Upper Twin Lake in your rowboat or fish from the shore by the bridge at Lower Twin Lake. Either way, you'll be sure to see plenty of fish and enjoy the beauty of Mammoth Crest, the Lava Tube and Twin Lakes Falls. The Twin Lakes General Store sells snacks and supplies and has a fish-cleaning station.

  • Experience Checklist

    • Camera
    • Fishing license (required for those 16 and older)
    • Fishing net
    • Fishing rod/reel
    • Flashlight
    • Flies, lures and/or bait
    • Monofilament fishing line
    • Rain jacket
    • Sunglasses
    • Sun hat
    • Sunscreen/lip protector
    • Water

    Public Services

    Experience Information

    Trail Length
    0.0 miles
    Trail Surface
    None
    Duration
    Less than 4 hours

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