Lower Sacramento River is hot! The big fish are here, on this upper section of the Lower Sacramento, located in Redding California. What's in the future for the Lower Sacramento River and it's wild Rainbow Trout? Once October arrives, the great fishing will continue to prevail as spawning … Read More...
Having a hard time getting a good hook set while nymphing under an indicator? I often see “experienced fly fishermen” on the bow of my drift boat, some have no problem at all setting the hook while others struggle, contorting and flailing like a … [Read more]
No other river in the west come close in comparison to the Lower Sacramento River. The Lower Sacramento or "Lower Sac" starts at the base of Shasta Dam, a 602' high retainer, holding back up to 4,500,000 acre-feet of cold, nutrient-rich water. … [Read more]
Fishing on Whiskey Town Lake has been great! As great as it is, I'm concerned. Here's why: We have all heard the news, Whiskey Town Lake has a full blown problem with copapodes(parasite). This is a serious concern for sportsman and guides alike. … [Read more]
Whiskey Town Lake is completely wide open! The fishing is red hot with early limits coming daily between 65-25 feet. Trolling slow 1.2-1.4 mph have been my best speeds I catch my fish on Paulina peak(ppt) tackle pink orange and chartreuse. … [Read more]
This time of year you can find me chasing big brown trout along the banks of lake Shasta. It's still spring, air temperature is cool, the sun is out, the Shasta Lake has not turned yet (turning is when water temp warms for the summer). These … [Read more]