The Spring Creek Ranch is a trophy property for both fishing and hunting. The property has approximately four miles of private fishing along the Ash Creek, which meanders through the ranch. Ash Creek is full of native Rainbow, Redband, and Brown trout whom naturally reproduce in the stream and range in size from fingerling to 20 inches. Members from Trout Unlimited described Ash Creek as “a pristine spring fed creek with a thriving wild trout population.” The creek provides excellent dry and wet fly fishing on the ranch. The ranch also has great hunting. The property is located in the X-3A premium-hunting zone, which offers Deer, Antelope, Black Bear, Turkey, along with great waterfowl and avian hunting. The surrounding area is home to mountain lions, coyotes, bobcats, badgers, squirrels, rabbits, hawks, and eagles giving the ranch great biodiversity.
The four miles of this wild trout stream is very private. Unlike other states like Idaho and Montana you own both sides of the stream and no one can float down the stream or walk up the stream. The stream has been tested and the owner states that it is in pristine condition. Livestock have been kept off the stream for over 20 years and the owner feels that this is one of the last great private fisheries. There is a five-acre reservoir on the ranch that the owner has planted Eagle Lake rainbow and Donaldson strain of steelhead.
689225 Ash Valley Road
Follow I-505 N and I-5 N to CA-299 E/Lake Blvd E in Redding. Take exit 680 from I-5 N
Follow CA-299 E to Ash Valley Rd in Lassen County
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