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Tahoe Trout Farm

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Tahoe Trout Farm

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edemp46 wrote a review Aug 2020
Sacramento, California28 contributions5 helpful votes
Called ahead to get the latest info during the Corona Pandemic and was assured they were open with safety restrictions in place. They gave us their hours and told us the best times to show up. We got there before they opened and were first in line. That was a big plus as it filled up fast. Our six year old grandson had a ball; he caught three fish on three cast. His first fish ever and his experience was the highlight of our time in Tahoe. I would drive back nest week just to share in his excitement and joy. The staff from top to bottom were friendly and helpful. You can take the fish with you or donate them to the homeless or the baby bear rescue. All in all, a great time and worth the $37.00 for the fish and $15.00 for the Tee Shirt....
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Date of experience: August 2020
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M O wrote a review Oct 2019
13 contributions1 helpful vote
A great plàce for the grandxhildern's first fishing experience. The owner was good with the kids telling them to call out "get the net" when there was a fish on. My gràndaughter yelled it at every tug. I would recommend however that the minimum age would be 5. The three year old was more interested in plàyong in the dirt. The kids had a good time. So did gràndpa.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Aventura2050 wrote a review Aug 2019
Sacramento, California14 contributions10 helpful votes
This place is great, after our first visit today I am sure this will be a regular stop when we are in the area for years to come. We have a pre-schooler and thought it would be fun to let him try his hand at fishing. He had a blast, the whole place is very kid friendly, you only pay for what you catch, and everything he needed to start fishing was provided for us when we checked in. Definitely worth a visit.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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SirLachaLot wrote a review Aug 2019
Frigiliana, Spain10 contributions2 helpful votes
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We just loved the place. Fishing is quite easy here because the fishing pond is full of trouts. The family and stuff driving the business are very welcoming, helpful and nice people. They also gave us a great hint about where to prepare our fish: Mac Duffs Pub. They made an incredible fish platter for us. Good value for the money and a fun place to enjoy the day on Lake Tahoe!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Katie H wrote a review Aug 2019
Atlanta, Georgia13 contributions5 helpful votes
This is exactly as advertised. It is a fish farm. That being said it was a lot of fun for everyone. My teenage daughter was the first to catch a fish on the “Huckleberry Finn” style rod. It’s just a rod with line and a bobber. All 3 kids caught fish and we had them cleaned. Looking forward to dinner. Sat and talked with the owners for a while waiting our turn to get the fish cleaned. They are so friendly and very interesting people with a passion for fishing all over there world. Our 5 fish were between 15-17 inches and seemed pretty average size coming out of the pond.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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