Summer Trout

2017-07-09 19:35:55
Sacramento River, California - Freshwater Fishing Report
Redding to Colusa

Sacramento River Trout fishing is good now. The summer heat can be a little intimidating but when you are on the river fishing it is a lot cooler. The river water temperature is about 50 degrees and the flows out of Keswick dam are around 9500 cfs. The last few trips out have been very good we hooked about 20 trout and landed about 10 of the them on a 3 hour trip. What are they biting on Fly's, Plugs, and Bugs

We practice catch and release for the Wild Rainbow Trout. A camera is a must have for every trip.

Salmon fishing season will open on July 16th 2017. The reports are that we should have a good season this year.

Book your trip early for the best available day. Call 530-357-2667

Good Luck Hooked On Fishing See recent photos on FaceBook

Al Brown

www.albrownsguideservice.com

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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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