January 2017 Archives - AC Fly Fishing - Lower Sacramento River Fly Fishing
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January 2017

Alaska Hosted Trip – 2017

I still have two spots open for our annual hosted trip to Alaska. This is a bucket list trip, fishing the best rivers and streams that the Kenai Peninsula has to offer with the best guides. Call, text or email with your inquiry. Follow this LINK for the rest of the specifics on this trip.  ...

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Atmospheric River – Update

We have been getting walloped with rain this winter.  This is great for the fish and the drought situation but it causes us guides to have to cancel and reschedule quite a few trips. The double edged sword.  The Lower Sac is currently at 30k cubes coming out of Keswick. Yes, the river is big - don't try to wade it right now.. As the rains slow down this Weekend the river should start to clear and should be back into fishable shape by the middle of next week. Don't be too frightened by the big water.. Big flows on the Sac can make for some pretty stellar trout fishing. As long as we have a few feet of visibility, fishing should be good next week. Most of the Trinity should...

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The Sac goes Big.

The Lower Sac is on her way up to 20k cubes by tomorrow afternoon. The combination of big flows and winter is usually the perfect recipe for running into some of the biggest fish in the river. Starting on Thursday, the sun is supposed to come out and stay there until early next week. Due to our steelhead venues blowing out from the current deluge; I have this coming Friday through Monday open. You'd be hard pressed to find a better fishing option in the North State in the coming days than the LOWER SAC. Come up and get some. It will most likely take at least a week or so for our Steelhead rivers to turn green and drop back to fishable shape. Stay tuned for when that happens. ...

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