Lower Sacramento River
Typically, the winter months on the Lower Sac show us some of the biggest fish of the year. We don’t always catch big numbers of fish during the winter but we do tend to hook a few fish each winter that barely fit in the net. Baetis hatches in December and January can also provide some really fun mid-day dry fly fishing. Expect a lot of solitude while fishing the Lower Sac during the Winter. Check out more snapshots from the river here.
The Trinity River
The Trinity River has an above average return of fish to the system this year. We had some big days there early in the Fall. WIth the super low flow right now, a lot of the fish are wadded up in certain areas. As soon as we get a little precipitation, fish will spread out and the fishing should get very good. Expect to deal with a crowded river, especially during the weekends.
The Klamath River
The Klamath River has
seen a good Fall season of steelhead fishing. With fewer fish in the
system this year than the previous few, being able to get your flies in
the right spot is essential. With colder water temps coming, don’t
expect fish to move very far to eat your fly. We’ve had some good days
recently on the trusty Klamath accompanied with some welcomed solitude.