Nor Cal and Southern Oregon Fish Reports


Scored good limits at Boca!!
by James Netzel, JULY 25, 2021
Boca Reservoir

I’ve been known to be hardheaded and today was a prime example. Fishing the same gear I’ve used all week in the same area where I’ve been very successful, today was kinda slow. Richie, owner of Paulina Peak Tackle told me he was doing well on teardrop Dodgers and pink hoochies. I fought changing for another hour, but starting changing...
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Sacramento River Salmon
Sac River Guide
by Kirk Portocarrero, JULY 24, 2021

Sacramento River

Still picking away and getting a couple kings.Looking foward  to the opening day August 1 up in the barge hole .In the mean time I will continue the search for these big kings .Call for open dates !530-515-5951
Trout bite still good as usual!
by Jeff Goodwin, JULY 23, 2021
Sacramento River - Lower

The Sacramento River in Redding is in prime shape and the wild rainbows that live within its banks agree.  With flows currently at 9,200 cfs, theres lots of cool water to provide the right conditions for the thousands of wild rainbows that call the Redding stretch of the Sacramento River home.  Todays catch and release trip with Captain Justin Thompson was...
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Red hot fishing at McCloud Reservoir
by Scott Caldwell, JUNE 4, 2021
McCloud Reservoir

Fishing at McCloud Reservoir the past week has been as hot as the weather.  Catching limits of tasty brown and rainbow trout doesn’t get much easier.  Trolling the surface down to 45 feet with dodgers and wedding ring spinners or hootchie skirt spinners tipped with shrimp/krill oil night crawlers is the hot set up. Small spoons and plugs have also been effective.  Trout are...
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Steelhead Dates Available
by Mario Gomez, FEBRUARY 26, 2021
Smith River

The fishing has been a little tuff the last few weeks, we have been working hard for these elusive creatures. We have been getting a couple opportunities a day and we are very thankful for grip and grins we have been getting.  I have boats available for the month of March on the Smith, Chetco, and Klamath rivers so if you...
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