March 2015 Archives - AC Fly Fishing - Lower Sacramento River Fly Fishing
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March 2015

River Update

The Lower Sacramento River continues to fish well despite the weird weather we've had. The hatches have yet to really get going but the fish have been eating well, regardless. The fish seem pretty podded up in certain spots of the river so it is important to know where these spots will be. Still anticipating the Dry fly thing to happen soon. We've had some fun throwing big flies to some of the river Bass lately too. Fun time of year for multiple species out here. The Lower floats have been pretty vacant of boats.. although the fish are a little smaller down there, most days they are plentiful and the solitude is hard to beat. It's a great time of year to be on this big tailwater. Click here for...

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Lower Sac Report

We've had some banner days on the Sac in the past couple of weeks. Typical Lower Sac for the springtime (minus the big hatches). A few of the days have made us work hard in the mornings - usually after lunchtime the fish start to chow with more conviction and seem to hold on a bit longer. Quick grabs mean you've gotta have a quick hammer. Timely hook sets have been rewarded. Due to the lack of bugs still, the dry fly thing hasn't really kicked off yet. Until then we'll keep watching that indicator go down - often. I've still got some days open at the end of the month and days open in April. Inquire for details. CLICK HERE TO SEE SOME MORE IMAGES FROM THE RIVER!   There's a new...

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Lower Sac Update

Spring weather is here and the status of fishing on the Lower Sac has been bumped to Excellent. We've had some great days out on the water recently. Daytime temperatures have been in the high 70s, boat traffic has been light and the fish have been eager. Despite the lack of hatches, the rainbows have been aggressive to our bugs. With the temperatures forecasted to get up into the 80s in the coming weeks i'm expecting the Caddis, March Browns and PMDs should start to come off thick. This should provide for some dry fly as well as some bomber nymph fishing. These three bugs will drive the fishing through March and well into May. The best days are still ahead of us. Come and get some. Check out some more...

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