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Trout Bite Gets Stronger As Fish Move Toward The Surface

September 29, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
Eagle Lake,
Trout

(Spalding) Cool overnight temperatures have the surface temperature dropping at Eagle Lake. As a result, the trout are moving up in the water column and the fishing is outstanding.

Cliff Spediacci of Hook &...

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Fall Turnover Begins!

September 29, 2014
Written By: Dan Bacher,
Collins Lake,
Trout

(Oregon House) Regular fall plants of trout will occur from Mid-October thru Thanksgiving, including larger trophy sized trout in each plant.

The holdover rainbow trout at Collins are expected to move into the...

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Penn Fishing University Shark Excursion Yields Good Fishing
Penn Fishing University Shark Excursion Yields Good Fishing

September 29, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
Golden Gate,
shark

The 15 Penn Fishing University anglers aboard the California Dawn out of Berkeley Marina recently found that the some of the Bay Area’s largest saltwater game fish are fun to catch, excellent eating, and a...

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Anglers Wait For Cooler Temperatures To Improve Bass Fishing

September 29, 2014
Written By: Dan Bacher,
Clear Lake,
Bass

(Clearlake) Largemouth bass fishing has been “very slow” at Clear Lake, but the fishing should pick up dramatically as the weather cools, according to Larry Hemphill, fishing guide.

“The top two finishers in a...

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Kokanee Season In Final Stretch

September 29, 2014
Written By: Dan Bacher,
Bullards Bar Reservoir, Englebright Reservoir,
Kokanee Bass

(Dobbins) We are at the tail-end of kokanee season, but koke anglers hitting Bullards Bar are finding decent action there. Fishsniffer.com contributor ‘compaddict’ has had consistent success on Bullards...

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Kings Go On Fall Bite

September 29, 2014
Written By: Dan Bacher,
Berryessa Reservoir,
Landlocked Salmon Bass Trout

(Winter) Rich Crispi of TW Guide Service reported “great” fishing for king and kokanee salmon on his latest trolling adventure on Lake Berryessa.

We caught kings up to 4 pounds, kokanee up to 18 inches and a...

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Shore Anglers Working For Kings

September 29, 2014
Written By: Dan Bacher,
American River - Lower,
River Salmon Steelhead

(Sacramento) Salmon fishing has picked up a “little” for shore anglers and waders drift fishing on the American River in the Sailor Bar and Sunrise areas, reported Craig Kamikawa of Fisherman’s Warehouse.

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Ice House Trip Yields Feisty Rainbow And Brown Trout

September 29, 2014
Written By: Garry Erck,
Stumpy Meadows Lake, Loon Lake, Union Valley Reservoir, Ice House Reservoir,
Trout

(Riverton) The King Fire continues to rage in the El Dorado National Forest, with 81,944 acres impacted and the blaze only 10 percent contained at press time. Stumpy Meadows Reservoir and the Rubicon River...

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Trollers Experience Mixed Results

September 29, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
Lake Almanor,
Trout

(Chester) At Almanor the fishing has been slow overall, but the fish being caught are running large. At Bucks Lake the kokanee aren’t large, but they are providing steady action and lots of smiles.

“I just...

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Salmon, Rockfish And Lings Keep Anglers Busy!

September 22, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
Bodega Bay,
Saltwater Salmon Lingcod Rockfish

(Bodega Bay) Anglers that visit Bodega Bay are enjoying outstanding fishing. Rockfish trips are yielding limits of rockfish along with solid numbers of lings. Salmon trips are not yielding limits, but many of...

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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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Sacramento River King Salmon 8/15/14
Sacramento River King Salmon 8/15/14

August 15, 2014
Written By: MSJ Guide Service,
Sacramento River- Middle,
River Salmon

Jordan Neri starting the morning off with a nice Sacramento king salmon. Caught on the new Cousin raze series rod and Yakima plugs.

 

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Kokanee on fire at Little grass valley.
Kokanee on fire at Little grass valley.

July 29, 2014
Written By: H2F Guide Service,
Little Grass Valley Reservoir, Bullards Bar Reservoir, Englebright Reservoir,
Kokanee Landlocked Salmon

Went up for the weekend to chase Kokanee and wasent disipoanted, limited the boat every time we went out the best trip was saturday morning hooking 35 and putting 20 in the boat in 1 1/2 hr, ranging from...

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Feather River King Salmon 7/19/14
Feather River King Salmon 7/19/14

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

Today we had Trevor hawks and Anthony Linger from the San Diego Navel Base. Anthony hooked and landed his first king salmon ever. Which weighed 18lb.Good job guys.

Feather River King Salmon 7/18/14
Feather River King Salmon 7/18/14

July 18, 2014
Written By: MSJ Guide Service,
Feather River- Lower,
River Salmon

Teamed up with Raith of RH guide service today for some Feather River action. Britt hooked and landed her first king salmon on a Cousins rod GHS 792 1T. We hooked and landed a total of 4 salmon.

 

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Englebright Kokes
Englebright Kokes

June 23, 2014
Written By: Rick Kennedy, Tightlines Guide Service,
Englebright Reservoir,
Kokanee

We fished Lake Englebright today, with Al and Jerry Silva. We started just outside the houseboats and trolled up river. It wasn’t long before we started landing nice rainbows up to 15”. After putting a half...
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Trout Bite Gets Stronger As Fish Move Toward The Surface

September 29, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
Eagle Lake,
Trout

(Spalding) Cool overnight temperatures have the surface temperature dropping at Eagle Lake. As a result, the trout are moving up in the water column and the fishing is outstanding.

Cliff Spediacci of Hook &...

read more ››
Fall Turnover Begins!

September 29, 2014
Written By: Dan Bacher,
Collins Lake,
Trout

(Oregon House) Regular fall plants of trout will occur from Mid-October thru Thanksgiving, including larger trophy sized trout in each plant.

The holdover rainbow trout at Collins are expected to move into the...

read more ››
Penn Fishing University Shark Excursion Yields Good Fishing
Penn Fishing University Shark Excursion Yields Good Fishing

September 29, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
Golden Gate,
shark

The 15 Penn Fishing University anglers aboard the California Dawn out of Berkeley Marina recently found that the some of the Bay Area’s largest saltwater game fish are fun to catch, excellent eating, and a...

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The History And Lifestyle Of Delta Stripers
The History And Lifestyle Of Delta Stripers

September 29, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
Sacramento River- Delta, San Joaquin Delta,
Stripers

Can you imagine how good the delta striper fishing was back before the first explorers showed up?

I’ve had anglers who were new to the California striper fishing scene ask me this question after an exciting...

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Anglers Wait For Cooler Temperatures To Improve Bass Fishing

September 29, 2014
Written By: Dan Bacher,
Clear Lake,
Bass

(Clearlake) Largemouth bass fishing has been “very slow” at Clear Lake, but the fishing should pick up dramatically as the weather cools, according to Larry Hemphill, fishing guide.

“The top two finishers in a...

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Kokanee Season In Final Stretch

September 29, 2014
Written By: Dan Bacher,
Bullards Bar Reservoir, Englebright Reservoir,
Kokanee Bass

(Dobbins) We are at the tail-end of kokanee season, but koke anglers hitting Bullards Bar are finding decent action there. Fishsniffer.com contributor ‘compaddict’ has had consistent success on Bullards...

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Kings Go On Fall Bite

September 29, 2014
Written By: Dan Bacher,
Berryessa Reservoir,
Landlocked Salmon Bass Trout

(Winter) Rich Crispi of TW Guide Service reported “great” fishing for king and kokanee salmon on his latest trolling adventure on Lake Berryessa.

We caught kings up to 4 pounds, kokanee up to 18 inches and a...

read more ››
Shore Anglers Working For Kings

September 29, 2014
Written By: Dan Bacher,
American River - Lower,
River Salmon Steelhead

(Sacramento) Salmon fishing has picked up a “little” for shore anglers and waders drift fishing on the American River in the Sailor Bar and Sunrise areas, reported Craig Kamikawa of Fisherman’s Warehouse.

...

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Ice House Trip Yields Feisty Rainbow And Brown Trout

September 29, 2014
Written By: Garry Erck,
Stumpy Meadows Lake, Loon Lake, Union Valley Reservoir, Ice House Reservoir,
Trout

(Riverton) The King Fire continues to rage in the El Dorado National Forest, with 81,944 acres impacted and the blaze only 10 percent contained at press time. Stumpy Meadows Reservoir and the Rubicon River...

read more ››
Trollers Experience Mixed Results

September 29, 2014
Written By: Cal Kellogg,
Lake Almanor,
Trout

(Chester) At Almanor the fishing has been slow overall, but the fish being caught are running large. At Bucks Lake the kokanee aren’t large, but they are providing steady action and lots of smiles.

“I just...

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