April 2013 Archives - AC Fly Fishing - Lower Sacramento River Fly Fishing
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April 2013

The Pit

The Pit River is in good shape this spring and has been kickin' out some quality fish recently. If you've got a hankering to dance with some STRONG freestone rainbows, the Pit is probably your best bet right now. Getting to the"fishy" water and wading around on the snot covered bowling balls can be treacherous.. but the fish are usually worth it. To check out some more juicy photos, check out Matt's page, HERE Photo by Matt Formento...

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Lower Sacramento River Report

The Sac continued to fish very well this past week. The bite has been consistant, mid morning through early afternoon. The warm weather combined with a little cloud cover has got the mayflies coming off pretty good. There haven't been wads of bugs out, but there are definitely enough for the fish to be "grabby" during those hatch periods. There are plenty of spots on the river right now where you expect the "double" hookup when the PMDs are coming off. The flows are steadily climbing up near 7k cubes now.. as long as they don't jump off the charts in a short amount of time - the fishing should remain excellent. ...

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Gotta Stay Fly on the Lower Sac

Fishing on the Lower Sac has been EXCELLENT this spring. Thomas, of Gotta Stay Fly rolled up to Redding a few days ago to get in on some of the goodness the Sac has been kickin' down. Thomas does a great job behind the lens and captured some sweet images from our float.  ...

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Sacramento River Report

Well boys and girls, not too much has changed on the Lower Sac in the past week. The fish seem to have spread out a bit more. I've been finding them in the skinny riffles, deep runs and slow flats. No specific type of water is fishing better than the other as of right now. The Flows have come up to 5,800 cubes which I like a lot better than the 3,800 they were at last week. As long as the flows continue to slowly rise they should not negatively impact the fishing at all. The main bugs for me continue to be Mayflies and Jimmy legs. The hatches have been pretty thin the past couple of days, but with this overcast, rainy weather thats heading in right now - we...

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