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King Salmon Start To Show

November 27, 2014
Written By: Dan Bacher,
Lake Oroville,
Landlocked Salmon Catfish Bass

(Oroville) After months of virtually no reports of salmon being targeted at Lake Oroville, the prized kings are starting to bite in the main body.

“Boaters are hooking salmon in the 13 to 15 inch range near...

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Big Cutts Show for Ladder Fishermen

November 27, 2014
Written By: Mike McNeilly,
Pyramid Lake,
Trout

(Sutcliffe) A big winter storm that came barreling over the Sierras made for ideal Pyramid Lake shore fishing conditions.  For experienced fly fishers, spoon chuckers, and marabou jig fishermen, it was the...

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Salmon Bite Up And Down, But Big Fish Are Being Hooked

November 27, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
Sacramento River- Middle,
River Salmon Trout

(Redding) Intermittent rain has caused the Sacramento River to become murky. As a result the salmon action has been hit and miss, but anglers that put in some time are landing big beautiful king salmon. Some...

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Trout Bite Comes On Strong

November 27, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
Rollins Reservoir,
Bass Trout

(Colfax) Solid trout action continues at Rollins Lake and local experts expect the fishing to get even better over the coming weeks.

“I’ve been fishing Rollins Lake every chance I get and it seems like every...

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Trollers Battle Late Fall Chinooks

November 27, 2014
Written By: Dan Bacher,
Sacramento River- Middle,
River Salmon Stripers

(Sacramento) Trollers working the Sacramento River in the metropolitan area are nailing increasing numbers of late fall Chinook salmon, along with some tardy American River kings.

“We’ve been averaging 1 to 3...

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Anglers Wrangle Rainbows And Spots

November 27, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
Shasta Lake, Whiskeytown Reservoir,
Bass Trout

(Redding) Both trout and bass anglers plying the waters of Lake Shasta are hooking fish. Most of the fish are average in size, but visitors can expect lots of action throughout the day.

Trout trollers are...

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Tahoe Gives Up Browns And Macks

November 27, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
Lake Tahoe,
Mackinaw Trout

(South Lake Tahoe) If you would like to land some mackinaw and have a shot at hooking a jumbo brown, now is the time to hit Lake Tahoe. The mackinaw are hitting near the bottom in 100 to 200 feet of water,...

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Anglers Await Steelhead As Salmon Action Winds Down

November 27, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
Umpqua River,
Steelhead River Salmon

 

(Elkton) It’s transition time on the Umpqua. Fall salmon fishing is coming to an end, but the winter steelhead run won’t get going for a month or so and won’t peak until January.

The ODFW reported that the...

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Sturgeon And Striper Action Ranges From Hot To Cold

November 27, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
San Joaquin Delta, Sacramento River- Delta,
Sturgeon Stripers

(Pittsburg) Productive sturgeon and striper fishing is on tap in the West Delta and a lot of quality fish are hitting the decks of both charter and private boats.

“The sturgeon action is up and down right now....

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Trout Move Into Shallows

November 27, 2014
Written By: Dan Bacher,
Wildhorse Lake,
Trout

(Elko) Surface water temperatures have dropped into the low forties and there has even been some skim ice on the colder nights in the backs of the coves. Trout are moving into the shallows looking for food...

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GREAT STRIPER BITE IN THE DELTA!!!   11/23/14
GREAT STRIPER BITE IN THE DELTA!!!  11/23/14

November 23, 2014
Written By: MSJ Guide Service,
Sacramento River- Delta,
Stripers

Chad and Josh both of Reno had lots of fun today on the Delta. Hooking striper on live bait, trolling plugs and casting 5" Optimum Baits AA Swimbait topped with pro-cure trophy bass gel on the new Cousins...
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California Delta Striper Report 11/15/14
California Delta Striper Report 11/15/14

November 16, 2014
Written By: MSJ Guide Service,
Sacramento River- Delta,
Stripers

We fished south of the Rio vista bridge on Saturday. We caught stripers with everything we used from live bait mud suckers, trolling shallow and deep diver plugs and casting 5" white Optimum Baits AA swim...
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Don’t give up on the salmon, the best is yet to come
Don’t give up on the salmon, the best is yet to come

November 13, 2014
Written By: Tight Lines Guide Service,
Sacramento River- Middle,
River Salmon

I have been reading a lot about the poor salmon numbers caught and I have caught well below what I normally catch, but don't give up!!!  Late fall run of salmon are starting to show up.  These are the bigger,...

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California Delta Striper Report 11/8/14
California Delta Striper Report 11/8/14

November 8, 2014
Written By: MSJ Guide Service,
Sacramento River- Delta,
Stripers

Wes Ward, Greg Phelan and Roger Smith hit the Delta today for some stripers. We founded them early on the outgoing tide, but they just didn't want to cooperate with us. We then founded them again on the...

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Feather River King Salmon Report 11/05/14
Feather River King Salmon Report 11/05/14

November 5, 2014
Written By: MSJ Guide Service,
Feather River- Lower,
River Salmon

Richard Webber and Pedro Guzman hooked and landed their limit of King salmon by 10am! Good job guys. Cousins Tackle and Pro-Cure Bait Scents strike again.

For more photos visit my web at the link below.

Use...

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Feather River is Starting to Produce some Big Kings 11/4/14
Feather River is Starting to Produce some Big Kings 11/4/14

November 4, 2014
Written By: MSJ Guide Service,
Feather River- Lower,
River Salmon

Micheal and his grandpa Charles wanted some more kings, so they came back for more, but this time Micheal brought his cousin Adam along to get in on this salmon action. Check out Adams first ever river...

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THE RED HOT KING SALMON BITE JUST KEEPS GOING!!!    11/02/14
THE RED HOT KING SALMON BITE JUST KEEPS GOING!!!  11/02/14

November 2, 2014
Written By: MSJ Guide Service,
Feather River- Lower,
River Salmon

Andrea, Lucas and Glen all had a blast on the Feather river hooking there limit of king salmon by 11am! Glen had big fish of the day with a nice 20lb buck. The highlight of our trip was was watching 13 year...

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Feather River King Salmon Report 11/01/14
Feather River King Salmon Report 11/01/14

November 1, 2014
Written By: MSJ Guide Service,
Feather River- Lower,
River Salmon

Ruben came back out for round number two with these king salmon on the Feather river, he kept up his hot streak with a nice limit of jacks. But Joel landed the big fish of the day. We had our opportunity of...

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The Bite Continues To Be Great On The Feather River 10/30/14
The Bite Continues To Be Great On The Feather River 10/30/14

October 30, 2014
Written By: MSJ Guide Service,
Feather River- Lower,
River Salmon

Bryan , Sylvester and Thomas all had fun reeling them in hard fighting king salmon today on the Feather river. All fish caught on Cousins Raze series rods while back bouncing flat fish topped with procure...

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Red Hot King Salmon Bite On  The Feather River !!!!   10/26/14
Red Hot King Salmon Bite On The Feather River !!!!  10/26/14

October 26, 2014
Written By: MSJ Guide Service,
Feather River- Lower,
River Salmon

The Feather river king salmon bite continues to be Red Hot. John, Johnny and Blake all of Yuba City did an excellent job on the river. They went 6 for 10 fish. All fish caught on the New Cousins Raze...
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King Salmon Start To Show

November 27, 2014
Written By: Dan Bacher,
Lake Oroville,
Landlocked Salmon Catfish Bass

(Oroville) After months of virtually no reports of salmon being targeted at Lake Oroville, the prized kings are starting to bite in the main body.

“Boaters are hooking salmon in the 13 to 15 inch range near...

read more ››
Big Cutts Show for Ladder Fishermen

November 27, 2014
Written By: Mike McNeilly,
Pyramid Lake,
Trout

(Sutcliffe) A big winter storm that came barreling over the Sierras made for ideal Pyramid Lake shore fishing conditions.  For experienced fly fishers, spoon chuckers, and marabou jig fishermen, it was the...

read more ››
Salmon Bite Up And Down, But Big Fish Are Being Hooked

November 27, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
Sacramento River- Middle,
River Salmon Trout

(Redding) Intermittent rain has caused the Sacramento River to become murky. As a result the salmon action has been hit and miss, but anglers that put in some time are landing big beautiful king salmon. Some...

read more ››
Trout Bite Comes On Strong

November 27, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
Rollins Reservoir,
Bass Trout

(Colfax) Solid trout action continues at Rollins Lake and local experts expect the fishing to get even better over the coming weeks.

“I’ve been fishing Rollins Lake every chance I get and it seems like every...

read more ››
Trollers Battle Late Fall Chinooks

November 27, 2014
Written By: Dan Bacher,
Sacramento River- Middle,
River Salmon Stripers

(Sacramento) Trollers working the Sacramento River in the metropolitan area are nailing increasing numbers of late fall Chinook salmon, along with some tardy American River kings.

“We’ve been averaging 1 to 3...

read more ››
Anglers Wrangle Rainbows And Spots

November 27, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
Shasta Lake, Whiskeytown Reservoir,
Bass Trout

(Redding) Both trout and bass anglers plying the waters of Lake Shasta are hooking fish. Most of the fish are average in size, but visitors can expect lots of action throughout the day.

Trout trollers are...

read more ››
Tahoe Gives Up Browns And Macks

November 27, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
Lake Tahoe,
Mackinaw Trout

(South Lake Tahoe) If you would like to land some mackinaw and have a shot at hooking a jumbo brown, now is the time to hit Lake Tahoe. The mackinaw are hitting near the bottom in 100 to 200 feet of water,...

read more ››
Anglers Await Steelhead As Salmon Action Winds Down

November 27, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
Umpqua River,
Steelhead River Salmon

 

(Elkton) It’s transition time on the Umpqua. Fall salmon fishing is coming to an end, but the winter steelhead run won’t get going for a month or so and won’t peak until January.

The ODFW reported that the...

read more ››
Sturgeon And Striper Action Ranges From Hot To Cold

November 27, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
San Joaquin Delta, Sacramento River- Delta,
Sturgeon Stripers

(Pittsburg) Productive sturgeon and striper fishing is on tap in the West Delta and a lot of quality fish are hitting the decks of both charter and private boats.

“The sturgeon action is up and down right now....

read more ››
Trout Move Into Shallows

November 27, 2014
Written By: Dan Bacher,
Wildhorse Lake,
Trout

(Elko) Surface water temperatures have dropped into the low forties and there has even been some skim ice on the colder nights in the backs of the coves. Trout are moving into the shallows looking for food...

read more ››

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