Alpine County has been a fishing destination for generations. With more than 700 square miles of public lands and some of the most pristine lakes and streams you'll ever see, there is something for every level of angler to enjoy. Keep scrolling to learn more about our fishing waters.
Through grants from the County of Alpine and the Alpine County Chamber of Commerce, the Alpine County Fish and Game Commission stock some of the rivers throughout the year. In addition, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) also conduct stocking activities. Click the link below to find out when and where the CDFW stocks take place.
RIVERS & STREAMS
LAKES & RESERVOIRS
We will be hosting our 40th anniversary Death Ride - Tour of the California Alps on Sat. July 17, 2021. The following roads will be closed this day:
Hwy 4 (Ebbetts Pass) from Markleeville to Lake Alpine
Hwy 89 (Monitor Pass) from Markleeville to Hwy 395
Plan your trip accordingly, and enjoy visiting the communities of Markleeville and Lake Alpine/Bear Valley while you wait to proceed to your destination.