Putah Creek Fishing Access

Putah Creek Fishing Access

Putah Creek is located on 150 acres between the north side of Putah Creek and State Highway 128, seven miles west of the town of Winters. The park is primarily used as a fishing access and has five different park entry points, Putah Creek Park Sites 1-5. The property is owned by the State Department of Fish and Wildlife – Wildlife Conservation Board (DFW-WCB) and is operated and maintained under a long-term lease by Yolo County. Many recent improvements have been made to the Putah Creek Parks sites that include native plant restoration, natural trails, picnic tables, fishing platforms and restrooms facilities. Putah Creek is not stocked with fish and is designated as a catch and release only stream by the (DFW-WBC) from Monticello Dam to Lake Solano.

24135 Hwy 128, Winters CA 95694

Putah Creek is located on 150 acres between the north side of Putah Creek and State Highway 128, seven miles west of the town of Winters. The park is primarily used as a fishing access and has five different park entry points, Putah Creek Park Sites 1-5. The property is owned by the State Department of Fish and Wildlife – Wildlife Conservation Board (DFW-WCB) and is operated and maintained under a long-term lease by Yolo County.  Many recent improvements have been made to the Putah Creek Parks sites that include native plant restoration, natural trails, picnic tables, fishing platforms and restrooms facilities.  Putah Creek is not stocked with fish and is designated as a catch and release only stream by the (DFW-WBC) from Monticello Dam to Lake Solano. 

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