The Mokolumne River begins in the Sierra Nevada Mountains south of Lake Tahoe and flows down to the San Joaquin River before joining the Pacific. The river is dammed in the Sierra Foothills at Camache Dam.
The dam acts as a boundary between the Lower and Upper Mokolumne River. The Mokolumne River contains species of rainbow, brook and brown trout, along with populations of steelhead, Chinook salmon and bass.
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