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American River Fishing Report Steelhead are being caught throughout the system in various sizes. red beads, orange beads and yarn, Horker Monster Chomps soft beads, night crawlers, small spoons and Rock n Roll spinners have all done well for most anglers. This concludes our American River Fishing Report
Sacramento River fishing Report The upper sac is doing very well for rainbows. Some anglers have caught a few nice steelhead, but most are targeting trout with steelhead as a secondary. Sturgeon are in the metro area, and through out the system at this point. Little to no reports on striper yet. This Read more about Sacramento River fishing Report 03-15-2021[…]
Steelhead are still being caught throughout the system in various sizes. Fire engine red beads, orange beads and yarn, Horker soft beads, night crawlers, small spoons and spinners have all done well for most anglers. Head to the Pacific Northwest and there are NW walleye fishing guides offering guided walleye Read more about American River Fishing Reports 2-22-2021[…]
American River fishing report The steelhead season has been up and down. The lack of flows and rainfall have put a slight hamper on the bite and made it more difficult to get fish to bite. there are people flossing the upper section of the river for spawner steelhead and doing fair, but its Read more about American River fishing report 02-15-2021[…]
Sacramento River fishing report Upper sac is loaded with trout and some steelies already. Sturgeon has been solid as well in deeper areas. Striper are trickling in but it is not wide open yet by any means. This concludes our Sacramento River fishing report
One of California’s most anticipated and celebrated outdoor traditions unfolds Saturday, April 27 one hour before sunrise when the state’s general trout season opens in many counties throughout California. In the last three weeks, California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) trout hatcheries have stocked more than 170,000 trout weighing nearly 95,000 pounds. Trout Read more about California General Trout Season Opens April 27th 2019[…]
The recreational salmon seasons have been set for 2018, and it appears to be a mixture of good news and bad for California anglers. Klamath River fall-run Chinook are likely to be one of the better fishing opportunities due to higher returns that will support both ocean and inland salmon seasons. But returns for Read more about California Recreational Salmon Season Set for 2018[…]
Regulations went into effect as of May 26, 2017 to close a 5.5 mile stretch of the Sacramento River to all fishing, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) announced. An emergency regulation had expired on Mar. 30, 2017, but was made permanent upon adoption of the Fish and Game Commission and filing Read more about SACRAMENTO RIVER BETWEEN KESWICK DAM AND THE HIGHWAY 44 BRIDGE CLOSED TO FISHING[…]
Biologists from the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) recently saved a Sacramento River green sturgeon trapped in the Fremont Weir. The five-and-a-half-foot long fish was stranded in the nearly two-mile-long concrete weir when Sacramento River floodwaters receded. Sturgeon in this area are migrating up the Sacramento River to spawn above Red Bluff. Read more about Threatened Green Sturgeon Rescued from Fremont Weir and Returned to Sacramento River[…]
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) in cooperation with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) released one million state and federally listed threatened spring-run Chinook salmon into the Feather River on Monday, March 20. These were the first fish to be released that were evacuated from Read more about CDFW Releases a Million Evacuated Fish into Feather River[…]