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Summer is one of the most popular seasons here at Lake Tahoe. You can usually count on summer starting around June sometime and continuing on into September and October. Here are some links and other information that may be helpful or of interest. Remember that many of the Summer activities continue well into the Fall. In fact the hiking, biking and fishing only get better during the fall.
Fly Fishing: If you are interested in flyfishing this area abounds with some great waters. From the Truckee river north of Tahoe, the forks of the Carson to the south and up into the high lakes of Desolation Wilderness, you can find just about any type of water you might want.
Dick at the B&B: Ya I'm the owner of the B&B. Contact
me for updates on conditions, What's hot and What's not. Which flies
to use etc. I try to fish at least 3 days a week and keep up on the local conditions.
California School of Flyfishing: Ralph and Lisa Cutter run one of the top guide services and fly fishing schools in the area. Ralph literally wrote the book on Sierra flyfishing. Call them at 1-800-58-trout.
Truckee River Outfitters: Full service Fly Shop in historic down town Truckee. Managed by Andy Burk (if you are into flyfishing you will know the name) another local fly fishing and fly tying guru. Guides available. Call 530-582-0900 (summer) or at the Reno Fly Shop during the winter 775-825-3474.
Fish First: Great reports and information on all of Northern California.
Desolation Wilderness fishing info: More info from the source. Jerome Yesavage wrote the book on fishing Desolation Wilderness.
Fanny Bridge Bikes and Rafts: 530-583-0123 The name says it all. At Fanny Bridge in Tahoe City.
Northstar-at-Tahoe: 530-562-1010 Rentals, Mtn bike park and trails.
Rafting: You can find raft trips on the Truckee and surrounding rivers ranging from class 1 picnic floats to class 5 all out wild expeditions.
River Rafting: 530-583-0123, Self guided float trips.
Tahoe White Water Tours: 1-800-442-7238 Truckee & American Rivers.
Irie Rafting: 530-587-1184 Truckee, American, Yuba, Rogue, Deschutes, Kalamath and many more rivers.
Kayak Rentals and tours: Lake
Tahoe is a spectacular place to kayak. If you want to get out on
the water, and we recommend that you do, a kayak is one of the best ways
to do it. Sea or touring kayaks are very stable and safe so anyone
can paddle one. On a calm day it will seem as if you are floating
above the bottom of the lake suspended in air. It is a feeling
that you can get only in a kayak.
Tahoe White Water Tours: 800-442-7238 Tours
Camp Richardson: 530-541-1801 rentals and tours
Meeks Bay Resort: 530-525-5588 rentals
Boat and Jet Ski Rentals: A little more expensive that taking a paddle wheeler but, you have the freedom to go where you want.
Meeks Bay Resort: 530-525-5588
Tahoe City Marina: 530-583-1039
Tahoe Water Adventures: 530-583-3225
Sailing and Paddle Wheeler Tours:
Call for times and reservations. Reservations are recommended
Wood Wind:530-542-2212 or 775-588-3000 Camp Richardson and Zephyr Cove
Tahoe Girl: 530-583-0141 Tahoe City
MS Dixie II: 775-588-3508 Zephyr Cove
Tahoe Queen: 530-541-3364 South Lake Tahoe
ATV Tours: This is a blast. The Rubicon trail is one of the knarliest 4x4 trails in the country.
Lake Tahoe Adventures: 530-577-2940
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