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Lake Casitas, View from Hwy 150, Casitas Pass Rd
California
Lake Casitas Nestled below the Laguna Ridge of the Santa Ynez Mountains, View from Hwy 150, Casitas Pass Rd. Human contact with the water is prohibited since it is used for drinking water, but fishing, boating and camping are permitted. Lake Casitas offers one of the nations best bass fishing areas. Record catches have been made at the Lake and the availability of trophy bass lures sports fisherman from throughout the United States.
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送信日: 02/12/2010
更新日: 12/06/2014
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Tags: lake casitas; ojai valley; ventura; laguna ridge; santa ynez mountains
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