Lake De Sabla

Lake De Sabla

Lake De Sabla is a gravel dam face reservoir just 4.6 miles from Magalia and located in an area with surrounding grass and pine trees.


Day use fishing is available on the South and East sides. There is a small flume on one end of this lake and at certain times of the year the acrobatic browns can be seen making every effort to ascend the falls to spawn. Planted rainbow trout also abound in this small Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) impoundment. Other species caught here include bass, bluegill, crappie, and sunfish.

Crickets, Powerbait and worms are the best baits for DeSabla.

Getting There

DeSabla Lake is located on the Upper Skyway just on the north side of Magalia with parking on the west side of the road.

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