Salmon in September

2014-09-03 16:26:46
Sacramento River, California - Freshwater Fishing Report
Sacramento River

<p>Sacramento River Salmon fishing from Redding to Corning has been great one day and not so good the next. The water is warmer this year then it ever has been since they put the cold water curtain in at Shasta dam. The Salmon are moving up river fast. Find the fish and you will catch some they are very fresh and dime Bright. Back bouncing Roe or side drifting Roe has been working the best for me.

Trout fishing is good now and some steelhead have started to show up. We practice catch and release on the Sacramento River. A camera is a must have on every trip. What are they biting on, Fly fishermen are using small nymphs under an indicator. Bait fishermen are drifting worms or crickets. Plug fishermen are using hot shots or flat fish.

Salmon fishermen Book your trip early for the best available day.

Book your trip today call 530-357-2667

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Al Brown

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Fish Species: King Salmon, Trout, Steelhead
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Area Reporting: Sacramento and Feather Rivers

Bio: Being a native of Northern California, Al Brown's enthusiasm for fishing is sure to get you hooked and guarantee a great time exploring finest world class fishing in the North State. Al Brown has had the opportunity to fish the lakes, streams and rivers of this area for over twenty years. Avid anglers keep coming back for Al's fishing expertise. He has perfected a variety of techniques to rival the changing conditions in order to help catch that once- in-a-lifetime trophy fish.

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