Nor Cal and Southern Oregon Fish Reports

Cold mornings and a hot afternoon bite!
by Jeff Goodwin, OCTOBER 12, 2019
Sacramento River - Lower

Today we had 3 boats fishing the Sacramento River below Balls Ferry.  Very slow plug bite in the morning, but once we broke out the bait rods, up came the nets. All of our guests caught salmon and had a really good time.  Certainly the best year of fishing we've seen in a few years and the fish are nice and big...
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Wind is gone more kings !!
Sac River Guide
by Kirk Portocarrero, OCTOBER 11, 2019

Sacramento River

Wow that was some wind the last few days power is back !!!!!   In my 55 years I've never seen a power shut off .A little tough for clients with no power but all are clients got fish and made it .Call for dates it's a great time !(530)515-5951 sacriverguide since 1988 full time 
Blue Sky and a Bent Rod
by Scott Caldwell, OCTOBER 11, 2019
Klamath River - Upper - CA

Fishing on the Klamath continues to be a beautiful adventure. As Yreka and the surrounding areas head into Fall, the hillsides along the river are beginning to transform to those beautiful browns oranges reds an greens we all love this time of year. It makes for gorgeous scenery while fishing the river for Salmon, Steelhead and Trout.  VIDEO from yesterday's trip  Salmon continue to...
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You Wont Find Better Salmon Fishing Anywhere
by Mario Gomez, SEPTEMBER 22, 2019
Klamath River - Middle

The Klamath River Salmon Fishing is as good as it gets, Ironhead Guide Service reports limits for all. The fishing on the Klamath River has been simply amazing Pro Guide Mario Gomez reports, tons of salmon are moving through the river system and the steelhead are starting to make them selves known. If you haven't booked your salmon fishing trip...
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Tight Lines: Stampede Report
by James Netzel, AUGUST 23, 2019
Stampede Reservoir

NOW BOOKING Stampede Kokanee.  If you have not heard yet, Kokanee fishing at Stampede has been amazing in both size and quality.  We are catching fish over 17"!!!  Boat limits have been the norm with limit sticks full of 14”to 17” kokanee.  We are also releasing another 20-30 fish per trip.   If you are not catching 10+ fish an hour, something is...
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