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Anglers Target Kings And Silvers

October 19, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
Umpqua River,
River Salmon Saltwater Salmon Trout

(Elkton) The ODFW reported that fall run kings are moving up the Umpqua. Chinook have been caught up to River Forks Park. There are fishing opportunities for both boat and bank anglers to catch Chinook along...

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Striper Bite Inconsistent As Sturgeon Bite Accelerates

October 19, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
San Joaquin Delta, Sacramento River- Delta,
Stripers Sturgeon

(Pittsburg) Striper action in the West Delta is hot one day, cold the next. This is a pretty typical pattern for this time of the year. Sturgeon action has come on strong in recent days. There are lots of...

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Trout Action Perks Up As Water Cools

October 19, 2014
Written By: Dan Bacher,
Wildhorse Lake,
Trout

(Elko) This week the water temperature at Wildhorse Reservoir broke the 60 degree mark, coming in at 59 degrees, perfect for trout fishing. There is lots of green in the canyon, but the water around the state...

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Salmon To 30 Pounds Bite Off Bodega

October 19, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
Bodega Bay,
Rockfish Saltwater Salmon Crabs

(Bodega Bay) Despite the fact that we are well into the month of October, salmon continue to bite for Bodega Bay anglers and most of them are big fish. The average weight is running right at 20 pounds and 30...

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Crowds Get Lighter Despite Outstanding Fishing

October 19, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
San Francisco Bay, Golden Gate,
Crabs Saltwater Stripers Saltwater Salmon Rockfish Lingcod

(Berkeley) October is always a strange month for S.F. Bay/Golden Gate charter boats. The fishing is typically outstanding, yet crowds are light as anglers turn their attention to river salmon, Delta stripers...

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Metro Salmon Action Is Hit And Miss

October 16, 2014
Written By: Dan Bacher,
Sacramento River- Middle,
River Salmon Stripers

(Sacramento) Shore anglers are hooking increasing numbers of bright king salmon while tossing out spinners at Miller Park, the Minnow Hole and Discovery Park, but the action is very hit and miss.

Dave...

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Trout Action Comes To Life

October 16, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
Rollins Reservoir, Scotts Flat Reservoir,
Trout Bass Catfish

(Colfax) Cool over night temperatures and periods of rain have stimulated the trout at Rollins and Scotts Flat Reservoirs. In addition to the upswing trouters are enjoying, the bass bite remains good at both...

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Anglers Battle Kings At Mouth

October 16, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
Rogue River,
River Salmon

(Gold Beach) The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife reported that anglers are picking up Chinook salmon at a fairly regular pace in the Rogue estuary. Good numbers of Chinook are in the bay as this is only...

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Bait Anglers Target Bridge Area For Striped Bass

October 16, 2014
Written By: Roland Aspiras,
Sacramento River- Delta, San Joaquin Delta,
Stripers

(Rio Vista) Striped bass and salmon continue to attract anglers as temperatures continue to fall, setting the tone for the upcoming Rio Vista Bass Derby.

While wind was a major factor on the main river this...

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Big Numbers Of Salmon Hooked!

October 16, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
Sacramento River- Middle,
River Salmon

(Redding) The salmon run is really hitting its fall stride for anglers working from Woodson Bridge up river to Anderson. Anglers have been hooking big numbers of fish and the kings being landed are big.

“We...

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Feather River Keeps Producing More King Salmon! 10/17/14
Feather River Keeps Producing More King Salmon! 10/17/14

October 19, 2014
Written By: MSJ Guide Service,
Feather River- Lower,
River Salmon

Scott Hallibuton and John Buckland put the hammer down on the king salmon this morning. They had the limit of fish in the box by 9am!! Some new fish are also making their way up river to. All fish were...

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Feather River King Salmon Still Going  10/16/14
Feather River King Salmon Still Going 10/16/14

October 16, 2014
Written By: MSJ Guide Service,
Feather River- Lower,
River Salmon

Rueben Clemente of Wheatland, CA. Had a great day on the Feather river. Rueben hooked and landed his two salmon by 10am. So we decided to hang out one more hour to get my two salmon too. The man is a...

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Feather River King Salmon 10/11/14
Feather River King Salmon 10/11/14

October 16, 2014
Written By: MSJ Guide Service,
Feather River- Lower,
River Salmon

Boat pressure has dropped off on the Feather river. Salmon are still in the river from Oroville to Verona. Below are a few photos of Greg Phelan and Stephen Opferman having some fun reeling in some king salmon...

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Feather River King Salmon 10/9/14
Feather River King Salmon 10/9/14

October 16, 2014
Written By: MSJ Guide Service,
Feather River- Lower,
River Salmon

Made a kick evening trip out on the Feather River. And Randy Fukumoto from Yuba City  hooked and landed his first salmon. Good job! We also had two other salmon on but they popped off while fighting them.

...

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The salmon season is not over!  Feather River 10/4/14
The salmon season is not over!  Feather River 10/4/14

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

A fresh batch of salmon have moved into the Feather River. We hooked four salmon lost one next to the boat. Two others popped off while fighting them. Luke hooked his first salmon and made sure it didn't...

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Salmon and Steelhead
Salmon and Steelhead

September 17, 2014
Written By: Al Brown Guide Service,
Sacramento River- Middle,
River Salmon Steelhead Trout

The Salmon are moving upriver fast ,one day it will be limits for everyone and 2 days later you will only hook a couple fish. That is Salmon fishing. I have been drifting Roe or back bouncing Roe with good...

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Sac. River Salmon
Sac. River Salmon

September 3, 2014
Written By: Al Brown Guide Service,
Sacramento River- Middle,
River Salmon

Sacramento River Salmon fishing from Redding to Corning has been great one day and not so good the next. The water is warmer this year then it ever has been since they put the cold water curtain in at Shasta...

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Sacramento River King Salmon Update !
Sacramento River King Salmon Update !

September 1, 2014
Written By: MSJ Guide Service,
Sacramento River- Middle,
River Salmon

Adam Sr and Adam Jr from Tracy, CA had an awesome day on the Sacramento River. We hooked our first salmon  on a Yakima Bait T55 flatfish but that one got away during the battle of getting it to the boat. We...

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Sacramento River King Salmon 8/22/14
Sacramento River King Salmon 8/22/14

August 24, 2014
Written By: MSJ Guide Service,
Sacramento River- Middle,
River Salmon

Some nice new fish have moved into the Sacramento river. Here is Erreck Conley with a 17lb king salmon caught the new Cousins Raze series rods and Pro-cure redd hot double stuff cured roe.

Don Pedro trout gorging on shad and getting fatter by the day
Don Pedro trout gorging on shad and getting fatter by the day

August 17, 2014
Written By: Gold Country Sport Fishing,
Don Pedro Reservoir,
Trout

The rainbow trout at Don Pedro are gorging themselves on shad and are getting fatter by the day. Clients have been landing trout to nearly three pounds and most over the two pound mark on recent trips and a...

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Anglers Target Kings And Silvers

October 19, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
Umpqua River,
River Salmon Saltwater Salmon Trout

(Elkton) The ODFW reported that fall run kings are moving up the Umpqua. Chinook have been caught up to River Forks Park. There are fishing opportunities for both boat and bank anglers to catch Chinook along...

read more ››
Striper Bite Inconsistent As Sturgeon Bite Accelerates

October 19, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
San Joaquin Delta, Sacramento River- Delta,
Stripers Sturgeon

(Pittsburg) Striper action in the West Delta is hot one day, cold the next. This is a pretty typical pattern for this time of the year. Sturgeon action has come on strong in recent days. There are lots of...

read more ››
Trout Action Perks Up As Water Cools

October 19, 2014
Written By: Dan Bacher,
Wildhorse Lake,
Trout

(Elko) This week the water temperature at Wildhorse Reservoir broke the 60 degree mark, coming in at 59 degrees, perfect for trout fishing. There is lots of green in the canyon, but the water around the state...

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Salmon To 30 Pounds Bite Off Bodega

October 19, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
Bodega Bay,
Rockfish Saltwater Salmon Crabs

(Bodega Bay) Despite the fact that we are well into the month of October, salmon continue to bite for Bodega Bay anglers and most of them are big fish. The average weight is running right at 20 pounds and 30...

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Crowds Get Lighter Despite Outstanding Fishing

October 19, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
San Francisco Bay, Golden Gate,
Crabs Saltwater Stripers Saltwater Salmon Rockfish Lingcod

(Berkeley) October is always a strange month for S.F. Bay/Golden Gate charter boats. The fishing is typically outstanding, yet crowds are light as anglers turn their attention to river salmon, Delta stripers...

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Feather River Keeps Producing More King Salmon! 10/17/14
Feather River Keeps Producing More King Salmon! 10/17/14

October 19, 2014
Written By: MSJ Guide Service,
Feather River- Lower,
River Salmon

Scott Hallibuton and John Buckland put the hammer down on the king salmon this morning. They had the limit of fish in the box by 9am!! Some new fish are also making their way up river to. All fish were...

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Norcal Kayak Halibut!
Norcal Kayak Halibut!

October 17, 2014
Written By: Dan Arbuckle,
Shelter Cove,
Saltwater Salmon Halibut

After 3 halibut tries out of Shelter Cove that resulted in a lot of spiny dogfish but no halibut, I figured it was time to give Trinidad a try. Reports had been decent, and the ocean looked like it was going...

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Metro Salmon Action Is Hit And Miss

October 16, 2014
Written By: Dan Bacher,
Sacramento River- Middle,
River Salmon Stripers

(Sacramento) Shore anglers are hooking increasing numbers of bright king salmon while tossing out spinners at Miller Park, the Minnow Hole and Discovery Park, but the action is very hit and miss.

Dave...

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Trout Action Comes To Life

October 16, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
Rollins Reservoir, Scotts Flat Reservoir,
Trout Bass Catfish

(Colfax) Cool over night temperatures and periods of rain have stimulated the trout at Rollins and Scotts Flat Reservoirs. In addition to the upswing trouters are enjoying, the bass bite remains good at both...

read more ››
Anglers Battle Kings At Mouth

October 16, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
Rogue River,
River Salmon

(Gold Beach) The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife reported that anglers are picking up Chinook salmon at a fairly regular pace in the Rogue estuary. Good numbers of Chinook are in the bay as this is only...

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