Sacramento River Jumbo Trout!
by Jeff Goodwin, MARCH 9, 2020
Sacramento River - Lower

Captain Justin Thompson checked in today and reported another awesome day of fishing for wild rainbow trout on the Sacramento River in Redding, Ca.  Lots of hook ups with doubles coming to the net.  Justins says theres no sign of a slow down and the spring trout fishing will remain very good.  Multi pound trout every day, thats some good...
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Another great day on the lower Sac!
by Jeff Goodwin, MARCH 8, 2020
Sacramento River - Lower

Captain Justin Thompson checked in today and reported some awesome wild rainbow trout fishing on the Sacramento River in Redding, Ca. Justin said his guests caught trout on every drift from the start of the day until they had enough by early afternoon and called it a day.  Dozens of nice wild rainbow trout caught and released. Check out those pics!  Can't...
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Sac River rainbows on a hot bite in Redding
by Jeff Goodwin, MARCH 6, 2020
Sacramento River

Captain Kenny Turner checked in today during his trip on the Sacramento River and reports some really good fishing for wild rainbow trout.  Theres just enough water for the big power boats and the trout are sitting on top of the drifts and also in the tailouts.  Numerous trout had been caught at the time of the report and egg...
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Colusa Striper Bite Building
by Jeff Goodwin, MARCH 6, 2020
Sacramento River - Lower

Captain Jeff Brady checked in today and reports that there are some schoolie size Striped Bass showing up on the Sacramento River in Colusa, Ca.  Captain Brady continues to keep his finger on the pulse of the Striped Bass fishery in preperation for the start of our season in April and he's finding fish on every trip.  The run will...
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Shasta Lake trout fishing.
by Jeff Goodwin, MARCH 3, 2020
Shasta Lake

Today kicked off our spring trout season on Shasta Lake.  Shasta Lake is fishing like its late April for trout already and with constant sunshine and warm air temps, we're seeing a good Plankton/Daphnia bloom.  It really affects the rainbow bite because the rainbows will eat plankton all day long.  They also have a taste for the Daphnia blooms and we're...
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Early Striper bites on the Sac!
by Jeff Goodwin, FEBRUARY 28, 2020
Sacramento River

Captain Jeff Brady checked in from the Sacramento River in Colusa, Ca. today.  Capt. Brady says its still very early for good numbers of Striped bass in the Colusa area, but within three weeks. We will be chasing the big Striper schools down river after the salmon smolt are released from Coleman National Fish Hatchery at the end of March into early...
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