Laguna Niguel



About the lake.

Laguna Niguel Lake is a beautiful 44-acre lake located in Laguna Niguel Regional Park in Southern Orange County. It is most famous for its hard fighting Utah Hook Jaw Rainbow Trout. LNL has beautiful fish, which are raised in streams in the Boulder Mountains in Utah. During trout season, bait fishing, artificial fishing, and fly fishing is excellent, and you’ll be sure to fill stringers. Carp anglers will have good luck in the Spring when lots of big carp come into the shallows to spawn. No one fishes them and fishing can be really good at times.



Laguna Niguel Information
During trout season, the lake is stocked every other week with 5,000 pounds of Rainbow Trout, which is trucked in from Utah. A day-use permit is required, which is $12 for children 16 and under, and $15 for adults. A float tube launch fee is an additional $10 for all day. (no private boats allowed except float tubes)
The rental boat rates are:
Trout Season: 6am – 4pm
(1/2 day = 4 hours)
Bench Boats: $10 hr.* / $30 ˝ day* / $60 all day
Bass Boats: $40 ˝ day* / $70 all day
Premium Boat: $50 ˝ day* / $80 all day
Summer Season: 6am – 7pm
(1/2 day = 6 hours)
Bench Boats: $10 hr. */ $30 ˝ day* / $50 all day
Bass Boats: $40 ˝ day* / $60 all day
Premium Boat: $50 ˝ day* / $70 all day
* cash or c/c deposit required for boats other than all day
Address:
28241 La Paz Rd
Laguna Niguel, CA
92677

Species of fish

rainbow trout,channel catfish,bluegill,largemouth bass,crappie,carp.