Originally Posted by TrebleRebel As y'all may have read there was a fatality at Marin Headlands. They say it was a sneaker wave that washed them out. Wear your Pfds and wader belts guys, you never know when tragedy can strike (certainly no indictment of these guys). I know nothing of this story other than what's in the article. I just wanted to share with my fellow sniffers in hopes it may help any of you take extra steps to stay safe. Fisherman drowns at Marin Headlands beach | www.ktvu.com
Y'all take care,
You Can fish Below the I-80 Bridge (South) at night so yes you can fish there 24 hours a day.
Above the I-80 all the way to Oregon you can only fish 1 before Sunrise till 1 hour after sunset. Originally Posted by hanahou7 Hey Guys,
I was trying to look and see what the "legal" fishing time for the Rio Vista/Isleton area is, and I wanted to run this by everyone to see if I'm understanding it correctly:
DFW 2014-15 Freshwater Fishing Regulations
Article 2. Fishing
Above the I 80 North 1 hour before and 1 hour after. Below the I-80 bridge you CAN fish at night
24 hours a day. Originally Posted by hanahou7 Thanks for the reply Yuba.
I was reading and it says "Day" is defined as one hour before sunrise to one hour after sunset, so we get an extra 30 mins there
As far as section 2 where it says "No Trout or Salmon May Be Taken At Night" I too thought that we couldn't fish for salmon. But after reading (D) where
Getn some new gear...i use 4lb test ...should i go with fluorocarbon or mono...also what brand do you suggest..lookin for decent quality...any info would be appreciated...
Anybody fish the Turlock lake inlet recently...went twice so far ...any suggestions on what the rainbows are hitn on this time of year?