Nov. Salmon and Steelhead fishing

2008-11-05 22:51:02
Northern California, California - Freshwater Fishing Report
Sacramento River from Redding to Colusa

<p>The late winter special Salmon season opened Saturday Nov. 1st with a lot of rain and wind that muddied up the river and added a lot of leaves to make the fishing very difficult. The recent rain will prompt more Salmon and Steelhead to head up river to the spawning grounds moving more fish into our area making the fishing much better.

The Trout and Steelhead fishing has been good lately hooked many 2lbs. To 3lbs.Wild Rainbow Trout last trip out and one 6lbs. Hatchery Steelhead .The Trout and Steelhead are biting small #14 or #16 nymphs ,glow bugs, hot shots or drifting roe.

Booking Salmon and Steelhead fishing trips now . Good Luck

Fish Species: Salmon, Steelhead ,Trout ,Shad ,Striper, Sturgeon
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