Nor Cal and Southern Oregon Fish Reports

From California Fishing & COVID-19
by Jeff Goodwin, MARCH 26, 2020
Shasta Lake

COVID-19 UPDATE MARCH 26th Attention Guides and anglers: PLEASE READ AND SHARE Over the past 48 hours we have fielded hundreds of call from guides and anglers across California seeking clarification on the State’s policies regarding recreational angling. This is an extremely fluid situation. As many of you are aware, that while the State has issued a “shelter in place” directive, citizens...
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Marching past and present
by Scott Caldwell, MARCH 26, 2020
Siskiyou Lake

As we all ride this situation  out, I have chosen to look back at March 2018 and 2019. These photos come from the Klamath river, Lake Siskiyou and Shasta lake. Looking back on my 27 years of fishing and guiding these waters, there are some tried and true methods that have caught fish and will continue to catch fish. Today,...
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Trout fishing at it’s finest
Sac River Guide
by Kirk Portocarrero, MARCH 23, 2020

Sacramento River

For all readers and fishermen I hope everyone stays healthy with this tough times ! Some of are clients are still having to get out and fish the weather has been fantastic and fishing has been unbelievable bass on lakes and of course trout and steelhead in the river .Sacramento river has been wide open everyday even with cold mornings...
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Monter Steelhead Trips Available
by Mario Gomez, FEBRUARY 25, 2020
Umpqua River

I am moving over to the Umpqua and have 4 days left to book due to cancellations. The fishing on the Umpqua river has been on fire the last week and most of the guides in northern California and southern Oregon are moving to some of the larger inland rivers that have water. If you want to go chase some hot...
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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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