Lower Yuba River Fishing Fair to Good!

2006-11-03 13:15:42
Yuba River, California - Freshwater Fishing Report
Lower Yuba River

Salmon are spawning throughtout the lower river. These fish are hungry and ready to eat after relatively few bugs this year.

Fishing best from dawn to 12. 3to dark. Nymph early and look for caddis or BWos late in the day.Water is low, but fair numbers of fish are present and they are hungry! A dropper will pick up a few fish as well.

Call Sierra Fly at 530-823-6968 for a guided trip in this area!

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About The Author: Captain Grant Fraser

Company: Sierra Fly Fishers

Area Reporting: Auburn California

Bio: Our guide staff is lead by Grant Fraser, owner of Sierra Fly Fishers. With over 30 years of fly fishing experience (he says he had a fly rod before he had a bicycle), Grant has fished from East Coast to West, as far North as Nome and as far south as New Zealand.

An expert dry fly fisherman and an avid Steelhead and Salmon fisherman, Grant is on the water over 100 days per year. He is also responsible for hosting out of area travel to freshwater destinations such as Alaska, Oregon and Utah; and saltwater destinations such as Florida, Bermuda, Belize and Cabo San Lucas. Grant has hand picked local guides to team with that have expertise on local rivers and lakes for the best possible experience for our clients. If Grant can't take you rest assured that you will have an expert on the water that you want to fish guiding you, guaranteed!

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