The Casting Pond was built in 1947 for the purpose of practicing and teaching the principles of fly fishing. Use of the pond for fly fishing practice is free and open to the public during park hours.
The Casting Pond is located in the Lower Arroyo of Arroyo Seco Natural Park, west of the Lower Arrroyo parking lot.
The main entrance to the Lower Arroyo is located off South Arroyo Blvd.
The Casting Pond is open during park hours daily from sunrise to sunset. The Clubhouse by the Casting Pond is open to the public on Sundays from 1 to 5 p.m.
Pasadena Casting Club has taught the principles of fly fishing for over 50 years in the Arroyo Seco, while also providing public programs at this site. The Club still offers classes and demonstrations in fly casting, fly tying, and rod building.
For more information on The Pasadena Casting Club, visit the club's website.
Located on the western side of Pasadena near CA-134 & I-210 freeways, many roads lead to the Arroyo Seco Natural Park. Three main entrances provide automobile access to the park and numerous trails along the eastern and western edges of the park provide additional access from neighborhoods and surrounding communities.
Directions to Arroyo Seco Natural Park provided by GoogleMaps