Ah-Di-Na Camp Fishing Access Site

2,400 ft
Ah-Di-Na Camp is a national forest service camp ground with 16 sites. It's located about seven miles south of McCloud Reservoir. Dowstream the McCould river enters the nature conservancy area where it flows for 3 miles before it gets surrounded by rivate land. Upstream there are 3 miles of public access river to Ash Camp, just below the reservoir. Eighty years ago, Ah-Di-Na was a thriving village and in 1958 the owners of the by then unused resort burned it to the ground to prevent vandalism.
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Nearest Town:
Primitive Campsite
Fishing Water Reports
The McCloud River and its tributaries offer excellent fishing opportunities. The California Department of Fish and Wildlife regularly stocks the Upper McCloud River at Lower Falls ... morewith Rainbow trout. Anglers also occasionally catch German brown trout from earlier stockings or those that traveled up from the McCloud Reservoir, and Brook trout. Remember that the Bull Trout or Dolly Varden is an endangered species and should be released if caught.

The Lower McCloud River, from McCloud Reservoir to Shasta Lake, has been designated a Wild Trout Stream by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife. This portion of the river is not artificially stocked and has special fishing regulations. Only artificial flies and lures with barbless hooks can be used. At the McCloud River Preserve, located one mile below Ah-Di- Na Campground, fishing is limited to catch and release only. Consult the map on the back, and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife Regulations for further details and restrictions.

Endangered species - The McCloud River is the only fishery in California which supports the now rare Bull Trout, also known as the Dolly Varden Trout. Actually a member of the Char family, it is found between Lower Falls and Shasta Lake. Because it is considered an endangered species by the State of California, it must be released if caught.
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Sat, 26 Mar, 2016
Fishing Water Report:
The McCloud opens April 30th and with a good snowpack on and around Mt. Shasta we are seeing healthy water flows that should make for one heck of a spring season. McCloud River rainbows ... morewere used to stock many of todays' famous fisheries and can be a feisty bunch.
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