October 2014 Archives - AC Fly Fishing - Lower Sacramento River Fly Fishing
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October 2014

No shortage of Goodness.

The past few weeks have been tough to beat. The Lower Sacramento River remains en fuego, The Klamath has a load of fish in the system this year AND we are finally getting some rain to fall on the thirsty ground of Northern California. I'm happy not be on the water today as it's blowing over 35 mph outside right now. I just finished up an awesome group trip with a few boys from Bozeman, Montana. I first fished these guys a few years back up at the Lodge in Alaska and convinced them last year to come out to Northern California to sample some of what we've got. They were blown away. They talked a few buddies into coming out with them this year and they crushed it again. It's...

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North State Update

They might not be the biggest steelhead in the world, but there are a lot of them in the Klamath River system this year - and i've yet to see a fin clipped hatchery fish. There were a lot of cookie cutter steelhead put in the net the past few days.  If you don't have your winter steelhead dates reserved yet, get on it. This December and January should be very good up on the Klamath. Oh yea, the Lower Sac continues to produce stellar fishing.. A Wild Klamath River "Cookie Cutter" Click here to check out more of whats been happening on the river. ...

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The Sac

The Lower Sac is happening right now. The Kings are still slowly starting to cut redds and spawn. The spawn is definitely a little late this year compared to the previous few. This is most likely due to the higher than normal water temperatures. Eggs are catching fish throughout the river when put in the right spots. Little baetis and small caddis are gettin' em as well. With a delayed spawn for a lot of these Kings, November could be another great month to be on the Sac. Steelhead are lurking in the lower reaches.. If you're going to come up and fish this river in October, find yourself a local guide - somebody that knows whats going on out there. Your experience will be much more enjoyable. I've still got a few...

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