Looking for SoCal/Central CA Lake for fishing Air BnB

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  1. fishingmama

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    Hi,
    I want to my son fishing somewhere in Socal or less than a 5 hour drive from SD. He has fished the local lakes in San Diego,
    I would like a lake with lots of fish and air b n b's nearby ...any suggestions for prolific lakes and nice accomodations?

    Thanks!
     
  2. chasto

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    Check out Big Bear. Lot's of accomadations and the lake has plenty of fish!
     
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    If it were me, I would put lone pine in the mix. If you decide to head up that way, let me know and I will share some intel with you
     
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    I don't know whats species your after , or if you have your own boat ETC . Tahoe , Havasu , Mead . All of the eastern sierra lakes . All have fishing and accomodations . Depends if you want cold or warm water species . WR
     
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    The Imperial Valley has absolutely heaps of fish. The volume of water out there can be intimidating for first timers, and of course, it can be hotter than Satan's hindquarters, but it's two hours from SD and has tons of restaurants and cheap accommodations, as well as very reasonable gas prices, no boat or special equipment needed either. Another good option would be the boats up out of Santa Barbara or Oxnard, especially the full day boats that go fish the islands.
     
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    I would recommend Diamond Valley Lake. Its really fun to fish.
     
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