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Lower Sacramento Fly Fishing Striper Report

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Capt. Hogan Brown reports on 11.7.18

Fall Striper fishing on the rivers remains good. It is a quantity not a quality game this time of year. We are hooking well under ten fish a day but of those single digits multipe fish are double digits with some true beasts in the mix each day. Key is being able to fish and cast the lighter (type 5-Intm) lines all day at distance and cover water. 

Flows are REALLY low and knowing the spots to fish is key as well has having skills running the river. Fall fishing should continue to be good through the November full moon and as the river stays in shape. Eventually we should get some rain and the conditions will change.

Lake Oroville Spotted Bass fishing is starting to pick up according to some of my buddies (chuck ragan and Ryan Williams) this is a great late fall winter fishery and spotte bass fight like a ton of bricks. Most of the fishing is float and fly fishing but there can be great top water action as fish chase bait to the surface.

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