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Old 02-08-2014, 10:43 PM
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Default Re: No water in the SoCal trout rivers

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Originally Posted by sheepdog View Post
That's the plan! I heard something about only locals are allowed to fish arrowhead? Is that true? I want to fish Deep, Holcomb and Bear creeks up there but I'm not sure if they have the same fate as the San Gabriel and Santa Ana. I'll let you know when I'm heading up there and maybe we can meet up!
Sorry I forgot about Arrow Head being a private lake, my bad.
There is a stream/creek near Hesperia I think they called it Deep Creek. I've never been there but was told the creek would have wild trouts with C&R and barbless hook regulation.

You can take 15 North en route to Las Vegas, exit Main St then go all the way to the east...then ask for direction. sorry I don't know the rest, but it should close to a small dam and near a hot spring.
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