King Salmon in the Summer

2011-08-28 15:01:42
Northern California, California - Freshwater Fishing Report
Red Bluff

The Salmon fishing on the Sacramento River is getting better every day and will do so until the end of Oct. when the run will peak. This will be a good long Salmon fishing season. The last few trips out we have hooked a good number of Salmon landing them is another story. The Salmon aren't real big but they are very hard fighting fish, any thing from 7 lbs. To 30 lbs. fish. The Salmon are biting a Sardine wrapped K15 or K16 or roe back bounced though holes and runs.

The Trout fishing on the Lower Sacramento River in the Redding area has been very good the past month pulling plug or fly fishing with small nymphs under a indicator.

Good Luck Big Game Fishing

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