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Address:
Diaz Lake
City:
Lone Pine

Location Information

Access Type:
  • Bank Access
  • Boat Ramp
  • Fishing Pier
  • Kayak/Canoe Access
  • Universal Access
Latitude:
36.56023081392306
Longitude:
-118.05528398974604
Water:
Freshwater
Water Type:
Lake
Species:
  • bass largemouth
  • bass smallmouth
  • catfish
  • panfish
  • trout
Parking:
Yes
Launch Fees:
No
Cart Needed:
No
Difficulty:
Easy
Diaz Lake is a small lake with easy access for launching a kayak. There is a campground on the water on the west banks of the lake and a parking lot and fishing pier on the east bank. All boats must be inspected by the local lake staff for Quagga mussels prior to launch. Kayaks can be launched from nearly anywhere on the west banks and around the east bank beach and boat ramp. Bass are the most prevalent variety of fish caught throughout the year but the summer days get well above 100 degrees so the best fishing is early mornings and evenings. Trout are planted throughout the Fall and Winter months but stop during the Summer months. This lake is frequently visited by motorboat and jet ski enthusiasts and during the Summer months. The lake is fed from the snowmelt from Mt. Whitney and provides for a magnificent background.
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Lake at base of Mt Whitney

This is a small lake in the high desert in Lone Pine with a great view of Mt Whitney. The campground is located on the lake which makes an excellent launch site. There are plenty of bass in this lake but for me I thoroughly enjoy the views while relaxing on the water.

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