Nor Cal and Southern Oregon Fish Reports

Steelhead Time !
Sac River Guide
by Kirk Portocarrero, SEPTEMBER 26, 2021

Sacramento River

We are still catching giant king salmon and doing combo trips with all threee species  trout salmon and steelhead daily .This is the month when these steelhead start showing up in larger numbers .The average size of these fish are 5 to 7 pounds .tithe salmon that we are catching currently is 17to 25 pounds .Call for open dates  ...
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Shasta Lake Fall Trout!
by Jeff Goodwin, SEPTEMBER 26, 2021
Shasta Lake

Fall is closing in on us quickly again this year and although we've been salmon fishing on the Sacramento River, its time to start thinking about fall trout on Shasta Lake.  I'll be taking the last two weeks of October to get ready for the lake season, but by November, I'll be ready to go!  We have a lot less...
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Big Smiles at McCloud Reservoir
by Scott Caldwell, AUGUST 22, 2021
McCloud Reservoir

"Happy Birthday Mike Newlin! Thank you Scott Caldwell for an amazing day at McCloud!!! We had such a great time!" My favorite kind of fishing report thanks Erin Newlin - SC Guide Service @ I will be fishing McCloud and a few other lakes ( Whiskeytown Kokanee, Siskiyou an Shasta Lakes ) during August and September give me (Scott) a call 530...
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Had to work for em at Boca today
by James Netzel, AUGUST 18, 2021
Boca Reservoir

Had to work for em at Boca today. Yesterday was 4 limits by 8:30. The cold front slowed em down today and it took 11:30 to get 4 limits. Hot presentation changed every hr or so. But best for us was Paulina Peak Tackle watermelon UV hoochie behind p lite Dodgers down 40-50’ deep. ...
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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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