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

Pre Egg Drop

We've had some insane spinner falls the past few mornings and big hydropsyche hatches in the evenings. The fish are in as good of shape as they will be all year. Well fed may be an understatement. Oh yea, and they have the egg drop to look forward to. We can expect that to happen soon.. Bring on the Fall crowds. Steelhead are starting to show up in the Klamath system pretty good right now as well. We've got some solid options this time of year. Check out some snaps from the river here.. ...

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The net stays wet.

Just got home from another half day. Stallar fishing continues on the Lower Sac. Morning sessions have been borderline insane. Not many boats out fishing at all, especially during the week. Hydropsyche hatches have been coming off late morning and driving the fishing. A lot of large fish are eating. Seriously, you don't have to wait until the egg drop. Putting the right bug in the right spot matters. As soon as you get that down you'll have a hell of a time out there. Open days this month: 15th, 18th, 22nd, 24th More photos from the river, here.  ...

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False Fall

It was starting to feel a lot like Fall the past few days up here. Mornings were crisp and daytime temperatures weren't getting past 75. I didn't even turn the AC on for a few days. It looks like that is going to change this coming week as temperatures are predicted to get back up into trip digits. Bummer. The fishing hasn't changed much.. The Sac (per usual) is still one of your best options to wrestle with very large, wild rainbow trout. They can be a bit more fickle on some days but we're still getting plenty of opportunities. Fish seem to me more excited about Caddis than anything else right now. We netted 3 fish today that were 22". Again, we are losing a lot of flies to...

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