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So-Cal Region Tournament Director- Richard Crow

Phone- Call/Text       (661) 678-3105


About The So-Cal Region-

Tournament Director-
Richard Crow

Pyramid Lake Info-

Castaic Lake Info-

The So-Cal Region consists of five tournaments; four at Pyramid Lake and one at Castaic Lake. This region has an Angler Of The Year Race where the winning team gets their basic entries paid for next year. All five tournaments qualify for the year end Tournament Of Champions!



Richard Crow has been evolved with National Bass West for many years and is the director for the So-Cal region as well as the FOCL Castaic Nights Region. He has fished multiple regions and was a staff member for 7 years. Richard has been the So-Cal and FOCL tournament director for the past 4 years. 

The staff members of the FOCL region include Dennis Stump, Mike McMillan, Louis Arnone and Jim Basham. Richard and his staff run fun and efficient tournaments. 

Pyramid Lake, located in the Angeles and Los Padres National Forests, is a reservoir formed by Pyramid Dam on Piru Creek. 

The 386-foot-tall earth and rock dam was completed in 1973 and named after a pyramid-shaped rock carved out by engineers building the Old Highway 99. Pyramid Lake spans 1,360 acres with depths of 700 feet and 21 miles of shoreline.

Visitors can access the lake at Emigrant Landing by using the Smokey Bear Road off-ramp from I-5. Emigrant Landing is the largest recreation area in Pyramid Lake and has a marina with boat rentals, an eight-lane boat launching ramp, a beach, and several picnic areas.

For more Pyramid Lake recreation information, call 661-295-7155.

Castaic Lake is the largest state water project reservoir in Southern California, and contains over 11,200 total acres of parkland and open space habitat.

Several State, National and World record fish were caught a Castaic Lake.

Castaic Lake State Recreation Area is a reservoir of the State Water Project. It is one of the Project's largest recreational lakes and the terminal of its west branch. The site includes 29 miles of shoreline. A major attraction is the 425-foot tall Castaic Dam. 

Castaic lake is located in northern Los Angeles County, just 45 miles north of downtown L.A., and 40 miles south of the Grapevine, off the 5 Freeway in the City of Castaic. Exit either Lake Hughes Road, or Parker Rd., and go east.


To visit the main Launch Ramp, follow Lake Hughes Road 2 miles up the hill to the entrance - on the left.

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