California Aquaduct Map in Kern County
near Bakersfield, Ca.
The California Aqueduct is the principal water conveyance structure for the California State Water Project and is the first statewide water resources development in the United States. The Aqueduct runs from the Delta east of San Francisco, south 293 miles to the Tehachapi Mountains where it is pumped over the mountains to Los Angeles. The Aqueduct consists of a concrete canal, 40 ft. wide at the base, and has an average depth flow of 30 feet. Many areas along the Aqueduct are accessible for fishing, which can be enjoyed day or night. The California Aqueduct holds a wide variety of fish species, including striped and largemouth bass, catfish, carp, bluegill, and crappie. The excellent big catfish and striped bass fishing are most popular with Aqueduct anglers. Kern County Fishing Information (805) 833-8657.
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