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Sorry for the inconvenience, we are updating our website. Meanwhile, here are some fish pictures!

  • I love that a fly rod can make a place as beautiful as this even more special.
  • The Fall River Valley spring system is a remarkable area for a wide variety of fishy reasons; throwing these big bugs at dark is high on that list. #hex
  • Here's the Hat Creek video! 35 acres at the end of the road with 1/4 mile of creek frontage. Adjacent U.S. Forest Service land provides an additional mile of creek access and many miles of public land to hunt and explore. The property suffered fire damage a few years ago but has been replanted.
  • This is a neat one. 35 acres on Hat Creek with over 1/4 mile of creek front. It is adjacent to Forest Service land that is not easily accessed by the public, providing an additional mile of creek to fish and many miles of public land to hunt. The property is located at the end of a good gravel road with gated access. Check link in bio for details.
  • On the hunt. There's something completely engrossing about fly fishing small streams. From stealth to tight casting lanes and presentation, and everything in betweem, the variables are dynamic. Yet it's also all so simple and observable and connecting.
  • 80 acres with wild rainbow and brown trout. Lake Christine on Rock Creek Ranch is a former private waters fishery. Though the property suffered from the 2012 Ponderosa fire it has been replanted with 14,000 pine, cedar and oak. See link in bio. Now $325,000!
  • "What are they bitin' on!?"
  • It's flats fishing season in Northern Ca.
  • Lake Christine on Rock Creek Ranch is home to some beautiful rainbows (and a few browns!). The lake, and portions of Rock Creek are entirely contained on the 80 acre property. Affected by the 2012 Ponderosa fire, the ranch was replanted with 14,000 trees in 2015.

Located in Manton Ca, about 1 hr from Redding. Now offered at $349,000. See link in bio.
  • A quick overview of waterfront home sales in Shasta County in recent years.
-GRAPH 1: The volume of sales has not surprisingly been on the rise in recent years, especially in the $300-$500k range which is the sweet spot to get on the water without a huge investment. Homes in the $500-$750k range have also seen solid increase. Sales over $750k have remained fairly consistent, likely due to smaller inventory and high price of acquisition, these sales include some large acreage homes with agricultural benefits.
-GRAPH 2: Average list/sales price per square foot of waterfront homes by year. This data was compiled from homes on 5 acres or less to exclude the additional value of high acreage properties. This is a general overview and doesn’t take into account the recent higher sales volume of upper end homes, value will vary depending on quality and features.
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