Ramp Conditions
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AS PER MEETING AT EAGLE LAKE RANGER DISTRICT ON 10-27 THERE ARE NO PLANS (ZIP, NADA, NOTHING) TO IMPROVE LAUNCHING FOR 2017 SEASON.  WE ARE AWAITING A CURRENT PRESS RELEASE FROM LNF REGARDING THIS MATTER AND WILL POST IT AS SOON AS WE GET IT. Although it will probably be long on promise and short on delivery.
 
EAGLE LAKE TROUT vs EAGLE LAKE
 
 
NO HANDICAP FISHING, BEACH OR LAUNCHING ACCESS.  The courtesy dock also has issues with handicap access.  Handicap parking at the launch ramp is further away than it was last year and not clearly marked by ADA requirements, cinder gravel for carts and wheelchairs is not compliance to ADA requirements.   Hard to walk in the loose gravel compared to the packed gravel or pavement where previous handicap parking was.  Due to noncompliance the ADA parking is not actually enforceable.  Although, you might get a note taped to your windshield, I don't believe you can actually get a citation due to lack of signage and legal mumbo jumbo.  The handicap walkway at Christie Day Use/Picnic Area is a trip hazard in many locations and has not been maintained by Lassen National Forest.  It can easily handicap you if you aren't already.  We just make our own way down.  
 
2016 EAGLE LAKE LAUNCH RAMP PHOTOS.  Only one single lane ramp serves Eagle Lake at Gallatin Marina.  Spalding and Stones Landing remain high and dry.  We only have the one single lane ramp to serve the entire lake.  
 
We will have to wait until spring before we know how good or bad launching will be.  At this time USFS LNF has no plans on improving launching or accesses to the lake.  LNF has still not made any written public statement regarding no improvements.  However, we suggest you call Eagle Lake Ranger District before making your plans for summer.  530 257-4188  
 
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The springs (since closing the Bly Tunnel valve) are probably capable of adding 5-6 inches to the lake over winter without local moisture which buys a month of evap in summer....good for about a foot of water per year that was drained off the lake for decades.  Every inch still counts and we are still 15ft below our prime elevation and several feet below launching at the ramps at Stones and Spalding this year.
 
Lassen National Forest has NO PLANS FOR IMPROVING LAUNCHING CONDITIONS.  PERIOD.  END OF STORY.  PRESS RELEASE HAS BEEN REQUESTED. As usual, long on promise, short on delivery.  
 
See the 2016 ALL EAGLE LAKE, ALL THE TIME  photos since January.  See progression of the lake.
 
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Eagle Lake Guardians are now donating to Pine Creek Restoration projects to help prevent an endangered or threatened species listing of our trout.  You can help by going to Eagle Lake Guardians and making a donation.  The faster it is funded, the faster we can get the job at hand done.  I also believe that CDFW's 27% off the top of any donations to the state Fish and Wildlife is too much of the public's money for administrative costs.  Perhaps that's why they are in bed with other nonprofits.  Eagle Lake Guardians have donated  $23,500 to go to Pine Creek Restoration projects which include studies needed before we can get water back into the creek.  The current organism study we are trying to fund has to be done before the brook trout can be eliminated.  YES, DFW should foot that bill due to the fact that THEY planted the brook trout in the first place.  But that isn't how it works.

TOTAL DONATED TO DATE FOR PINE CREEK STUDIES AND RESTORATION IS $23,500!! 
IF YOU CAN'T SAY YOUR HELPING, THEN DONATE TO THOSE WHO ARE!!
 
AS OF 4-9-16 A GRAND TOTAL OF $23,500 HAS GONE DIRECTLY TO PINE CREEK!!  THE SOONER WE CAN PROVIDE THE FUNDING FOR A FEW STUDIES, THE SOONER WE GET WATER CHANNELED BACK INTO PINE CREEK.  EAGLE LAKE GUARDIANS ARE PART OF THE SOLUTION TO SAVING EAGLE LAKE.
 
 
No officer or board member takes a salary or any payments from Eagle Lake Guardians. 
We volunteer so the lake and trout can receive 100% of your donations.  
    
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