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More Eureka salmon limits!

by MARC SCHMIDT / Coastline Fishing Charters
Salmon limits again!! Call Marc to go fishing..... 707-601-3474 We ran off to the south yesterday to find some salmon after the bite slowed down on the north side of town the last couple days.
(More...) (Tuesday, May 31, 2016)

Salty Lady Report

by JARED DAVIS
Captain Jared Davis checked in from the Salty Lady out of Sausalito, CA. We fished Salmon in the morning and the fishing was slow. We managed to catch 2 Kings today. We then switched over to Rockfish
(More...) (Monday, May 30, 2016)

Folsom Lake Trout Update

by JAMES NETZEL / Tight Lines Guide Service
Captain James Netzel checked in from Tight Lines Guide Service. Today we fished at Folsom Lake. John McCormik senior and junior had a blast this morning catching 2 limits of Rainbows at Folsom lake. Red dot bullfrog speedy shiner
(More...) (Sunday, May 29, 2016)

Lovely Marth Update

by MIKE RESCINO / Lovely Martha Sportfishing
Captain Mike Rescino checked in from the Lovely Martha out of San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf. Today we had a tough 1/2 day fishing trip in the bay. Our great group of anglers boxed 2 bass and 1 halibut. We
(More...) (Sunday, May 29, 2016)

SF Bay Fish Report

by JAY LOPES / Right Hook Sportfishing
Captain Jay Lopez checked in this afternoon from the Right Hook out of Berkeley, CA. Today we had another great day. Our group caught 16 California Halibut (up to 17 pounds). We hope everyone has a safe and
(More...) (Sunday, May 29, 2016)

New Huck Finn Update

by JAY YOKOMIZO / New Huck Finn Sportfishing
Captain Jay Yokomizo checked in tonight with an update from the New Huck Finn out of Emeryville, CA. Today we had a open load and fish inside the bay all day we had to fight a strong Southwind but
(More...) (Sunday, May 29, 2016)

Crowley Lake Fly Report

by TOM LOE / Sierra Drifters Guide Service
Shotgun start to the season for sure. The quality of fish has been very good. Bite has slowed recently due to weather. The forecast calls for the barometer to rise next week which will get the chironomids popping & the trout on
(More...) (Sunday, May 29, 2016)

Buckeye Creek Trout

by TWIN LAKES RESORT STAFF
The Staff from Twin Lakes Resort checked in with a report from Buckeye Creek. Ryan Carolan from Santa Clarita, CA caught a 2 pound 11 ounce rainbow on a black and silver rooster tail in Buckeye Creek.
(More...) (Sunday, May 29, 2016)

Clear Lake Udpate

by ROSS ENGLAND / Clear Lake Guide Service
Fishing Guide Ross England checked in with an update from Clear Lake. Great set of brother/sister the last two days. Emma graduated from spin cast to spinning gear, and caught most of the fish (the girls always win on my
(More...) (Sunday, May 29, 2016)

Sea Wolf Fished Marin County Today

by CAPTAIN JON YOKOMIZO / Sea Wolf Sportfishing
Capt Jon Yokomizo checked in from the Sea Wolf out of Emeryville, CA to report that they fished the Merin County coast with 25 anglers, we finished the day with 246 Rockfish, 4 Cabezon to 8 lbs and 51 Lingcod
(More...) (Saturday, May 28, 2016)

Marin Salmon Update

by JOHNNY ATKINSON / New Rayann Sportfishing
Captain Johnny Atkinson called in tonight with an audio report from the New Rayann out of Sausalito, CA. Today we fishing along the Marin Coast in beautiful weather. Our 19 anglers caught 8 Chinook Salmon (up to 20
(More...) (Saturday, May 28, 2016)

Mammoth Creek Rainbow Report

by CHAD WOODS / Sportfishingreport.com
My good friend Stevie Moss checked in this afternoon with an update from Mammoth Lakes. Today I arrived with my friends for a fishing Holiday. My first spot was Mammoth Creek where I caught a 3.5 pounder.
(More...) (Saturday, May 28, 2016)

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