- 25.8 acres
- Max. Depth:
- 27 feet
- 6400 feet
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There is very little feed for stock at Big Duck Lake.
Non-motorized boats only. Packable rubber rafts, and float tubes are used by some fishermen in the wilderness areas.
A valid California state fishing license is needed to fish within the National Forest. Licenses are sold at sporting good and other retail stores. For information on fishing times & limits a current state fishing regulation guide is generally available free at these same locations. For more information contact California Department of Fish & Game.
Map + Directions
From Interstate 5 at Yreka, access to this lake is via State Route 3 approximately 31 miles west, then southwest to French Creek Road (County Road 3G002). Take this road for 6.5 miles to Forest Service Road 40N22. Turn right and travel one mile to Road 41N14. Turn right and travel a little over one mile to the Duck/Eaton trailhead. The lake is about four miles from the trailhead.