Fishing Articles


Eagle Lake Fishing Report
by Valerie Aubrey, OCTOBER 13, 2019
Eagle Lake

Fishing has continued to be great! Toplining (jay fair set up, or splice in about 8-9ft of leadcore to mono or braid or one color of leadcore & 65-75+ feet of leader). Rapalas and spoons also working. Key to top water trolling is getting your lines over 100ft behind the boat. During the day as deep as 13ft for trollers...
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For decades, groundfish were the lifeblood and primary economic driver for many port towns of the west coast in California, Oregon, and Washington. Made up of more than 90 species of bottom-feeders, like sole, flounder, rockfish, and cod, groundfish often live long lives—taking years, even decades, to reach maturity—which makes them vulnerable to overfishing. Caught by trawl, longlines, pots (traps), and baited...
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FALL IS HERE WHERE ARE THE FISH
Trinity River Fishing
by E.B. Duggan, OCTOBER 6, 2019

Trinity River - Willow Creek Weir

Fall weather patterns are in the valley. Nights are chilly and the water in the river is really cooling down. The trees are taking in their autumn colors and leaves are falling. The big question is where are the fish? The Trinity River Hatchery has been taking in good numbers of Spring Run Chinook salmon and the Junction City weir...
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Eagle Lake Fishing Report
by Valerie Aubrey, OCTOBER 5, 2019
Eagle Lake

Fishing has been very good & only getting better! Come & get it! Dress warm for chilly mornings & lovely days! Trolling flies in various colors from orange, browns, olive, tui chub & bloody leeches (yellow working on overcast days) on jay fair toplines running 3-6ft deep have been doing 99.9% of the damage for us! Alternatively you can use...
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Baum Great for Fly Anglers
by Gary Heffley, OCTOBER 5, 2019
Baum Lake

Fly fishing is pretty much the way to go at Baum Lake currently. The weed growth is prohibitive for spin anglers, especially those looking to toss spinners or spoons. I managed one nice rainbow on a Panther Martin but most every cast retrieve came back with grass trailers. There were quite a few fly anglers either wading or fishing from...
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Lake Sabrina Weekly Report
by Lake Sabrina Boat Landing Staff, OCTOBER 4, 2019
Lake Sabrina

WATCH OUT FOR DEER!!!!!!   IT’S THAT TIME – WATCH OUT FOR PEOPLE STANDING IN THE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD   The Café is closed for the season. The Store and Boat Rentals are available thru October 13th at 1:00pm when Lake Sabrina Boat Landing will close for the season. Fishing season ends at midnight on November 15, 2019.   It’s definitely been a wild couple of weeks...
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