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Upper Klamath size restrictions to begin

by KENNY PRIEST / Fishing the North Coast
The adult salmon quota on the Upper Klamath River is close to being met, which will set forth new restrictions beginning next week. According to Sara Borok, Environmental Scientist on the Klamath River Project, monitoring efforts show that anglers above
(More...) (Thursday, September 29, 2016)

Sacramento River salmon fishing stalls out

by JEFF GOODWIN / Jeff Goodwin Guide Service
Last week's Sacramento River King salmon fishing enthusiasm has stalled and and has turned into a state of panic for Shasta county salmon anglers. What seemed to be an increase in bites and salmon caught near Cottonwood, Ca. has once
(More...) (Thursday, September 29, 2016)

Lovely Martha Rockfish Report

by MIKE RESCINO / Lovely Martha Sportfishing
Captain Mike Rescino called in with an audio update from the Lovely Martha out of San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf. Today we had a 1/2 day Rockfish trip with 10 anglers catch 100 Rockfish and 2 Lingcod (up to 12
(More...) (Thursday, September 29, 2016)

​Kokanee in Shasta?

by GARY HEFFLEY / MyOutdoorBuddy.com
Kokanee fishing is becoming more and more popular for anglers throughout the state. Reports abound of great fishing in many lakes, and tournaments provided by organizations such as Kokanee Power continue to grow the popularity throughout the Tahoe/Sierra, Motherlode and
(More...) (Wednesday, September 28, 2016)

Anglers Hookup at Collins Lake

by KATHY HESS / Collins Lake
Fall is on its way and Lake Collins anglers are making the most of it. Here’s a few of our outdoor buddies that hooked up this last week! Pictured above, David & Angela Gray from Sacramento fished the east side
(More...) (Wednesday, September 28, 2016)

Salty Lady Checks In With Limits

by JARED DAVIS / Salty Lady
Capt Jared checked in from the Salty Lady to report that they had a very good day today just above Duxsbury Bouy and got limits of Salmon for our 5 anglers. The only thing that would have made it
(More...) (Tuesday, September 27, 2016)

Lake Amador Fishing Report

by LAKE AMADOR STAFF / Lake Amador Resort
This time of year is great for camping. Its calm and relaxing without all the crowds. Only a few more weeks until the Tackle Box Café opens again, Yum! We are set to open Friday
(More...) (Monday, September 26, 2016)

Glory Hole Fishing Report

Water Conditions New Melones Lake is currently holding 530,168 acre-feet of water. The lake level dropped one foot this past week and it appears more water is being held and less is being released. It is currently at 864
(More...) (Monday, September 26, 2016)

Little Truckee River Fishing Report

Low flows here now say that ethical fly flingers will stay away from here and not beat on the trout that are subjected to endure this awful flow rate. If you feel the need to fish this system or the
(More...) (Monday, September 26, 2016)

Salmon is Spotty above Happy Camp

by SCOTT CALDWELL / SC Guide Service
Salmon fishing on the Klamath river above Happy Camp is spotty. We are seeing Salmon move up the river from Klamath Glen but getting them to bite has been tough. The Klamath is very clear and on the low side
(More...) (Sunday, September 25, 2016)

San Pablo Reservoir Fishing Report

by SAN PABLO RESERVOIR STAFF / East Bay Municipal District
Please put our Annual Family Fishing Day on your calendar it will be Saturday the 22nd of October. From 8 a.m. 1 p.m. we will be planting 1,000 lbs of Mt Lassen trout into a net for the kids
(More...) (Saturday, September 24, 2016)

Delta Fishing Report

I fished the Future Pro Tour event today with my partner Josh Parris. We took 10th place with 14lbs, here’s how it went down. We started our day in 14 mile slough throwing reaction baits and topwater. The water up
(More...) (Saturday, September 24, 2016)

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