This was our first time visiting Baby Doe Campground. We were told that the campground did not open on time this year due to snow. Baby Doe was dry, thank goodness, and very wooded. The campsites are all well spaced out, but not all of them looked to be level. The campsites that were nearest to the lakeshore had bowed “driveways” (where you would park your camper) and we were grateful that we didn’t stay at those sites. We had Ruby-crowned Kinglets all around the campsite. I was also awoken to the sound of Hermit Thrushes—one of my favorite bird calls.
We also caught a TON of rainbow trout at the lake
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Turquoise Lake, Baby Doe Campground
Two chicks, a golden, and two 9' midflex rods.
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