Fishing Reports - 2/2 - AC Fly Fishing - Lower Sacramento River Fly Fishing
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Fishing Reports

Area Update

  Lower Sacramento River - The Lower Sac continues to fish well. Today it was nearly 80 degrees here in Redding! The warm weather had the caddis hatching early in the day. We managed a few nice fish on the surface before 10:00am. Around noon the PMDs started coming off and that's exactly what the fish wanted. If you are heading out to the Lower Sac, have a dry fly rod on deck because there is a good chance you will have the opportunity to throw a dry to a rising fish. Keep a close eye on the glassy soft spots near the banks - the rise forms have been slow and subtle and are very easy to miss. Klamath River - The Klamath fished surprisingly well this weekend. The small storm...

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An Early Spring

The absence of winter this year in California is a bit concerning. As of today our snowpack is at a dismal 30% - setting us up for a tough year if the trend continues. As anglers - we have been taking full advantage of what mother nature has dealt us. While the weather remains warm and the rivers stay low and clear, the fish are on the feed. The Lower Sac is already two weeks into it's epic spring caddis hatches, and a little further up the hill, the caddis on the Upper Sac are starting to push as well. Both rivers are fishing very well right now. The most consistant fishing has come on warmer days when the caddis come off thick. The Lower Sac has also...

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