Wohler Bridge Fishing Access

9765 Wohler Road
Forestville, CA 95446
Description

Wohler Bridge Fishing Access is a seasonal boat ramp below the historic truss bridge on the Russian River in Forestville. Use of the ramp is available October 1 through May 15 with the purchase of an annual fishing access permit ($45 recreational or $75 commercial with gate key included.) The key allows gate access to ramps at both Wohler Bridge and nearby Steelhead Beach. The Wohler Bridge launch provides for the loading and off-loading of small craft. Four-wheel drive vehicles are recommended. A short portage is required from the ramp to the river. The launch has a chemical toilet but no drinking water. Open October 1st – May 15th from 6:30 a.m. to sunset. Dogs allowed on leash.

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Wohler Bridge Fishing Access

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