Enjoy Lake Don Pedro in a Fishing Boat Rental

California is teeming with fantastic lakes and reservoirs available for year-round fishing and watersport adventure. One such body of water is Lake Don Pedro in La Grange, CA. Host to millions of visitors since the 1970s, Lake Don Pedro is a great place to enjoy still fishing waters and the California sunshine.

Here’s what you can expect when taking a fishing boat rental out on Lake Don Pedro.

Types of Fish

Lake Don Pedro seems to be best known for being stocked with black bass. Many fishermen have caught bass weighing over 18 pounds! So if you’re a bass fisherman (or aspiring to be), then book a bass fishing boat rental, and spend some time out on Lake Don Pedro.

The California lake is home to more than black bass, in case you’re looking for more variety. While less common than the black bass, you might also catch smallmouth bass, spotted bass, catfish, sunfish, and even a few species of trout.


When Lake Don Pedro is at normal water levels, it covers more than 13,000 acres—giving you plenty of space to troll around in your fishing boat rental to find just the right fishing spot. You can launch your boat rental from multiple locations around the lake perimeter, and for any of your fishing needs, be sure to check out the two marinas.

Other Activities

Avid fishermen will likely want to spend most days in the fishing boat rental. However, if you get the urge to try out some other watersports, Lake Don Pedro has many other water activities for you to enjoy. You can ride a jet ski rental, or go water-skiing behind a ski boat rental. Other lakeside activities include camping, hiking, picnicking, and swimming.

To reserve a boat rental, contact H2O Craft Rentals & Repair at (209) 833-6893. H2O Craft Rentals & Repair is located in Tracy, California not far from Lake Don Pedro. We regularly supply fishing boat rentals, jet ski rentals, and other boat rentals to this CA lake. Be sure to check out our boat-rental specials, and call us if you have any questions!

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