Lake Mary is a lake nestled in the high Sierra mountains in central California as part of the Mammoth Lakes at 8900 feet in altitude. The water is crystal clear and the views are breathtaking. The lake water is runoff from the winter snowfalls and even in late July and early August the water can be quite cool which makes it good for trout fishing. The lake is planted with rainbow trout every week and there are also some wild German browns in here so come prepared to have some fun on the lake.
One thing to remember is that this is the most popular lake in the Mammoth Lakes area with fishing, paddle boarding, recreational kayaking and pontoon boats. There are two boat rental companies on each end of the lake. The lake can become quite congested with all the things offered here and the scenery to take in.
If you want a wonderful kayaking experience whether you fish or not be sure to add Lake Mary to your itinerary.
This is the perfect lake to enjoy a day paddling around and drop a line in. There are plenty of rainbow and German brown trout and the lake is approximately 90 feet deep at the deepest point. Bring your camera, paddles, kayak and fishing gear and be prepared to be amazed.