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Northern California Fly Fishing Report

Northern California Fly Fishing Report

Fishing in Northern California is pretty damn good right now. We’ve got a little precipitation on the way which should bring a new batch of Steelhead up the Klamath and Trinity. Both rivers right now are low and clear, so a little bump in color and flow will be a good thing. There are good numbers of steelhead in the Klamath system this year. The Lower Sacramento River has given us some great winter fishing the past few trips out as well. Find yourself out there on a dark, drizzly day and be prepared to run into some big, wild rainbow trout. There have been a lot of big fish finding the net recently. I still have a few days open this month.. Get in on the goodness before “El Nino” shows up in January.

 Check out this link to see some more snapshots from the river.

 

anthony
acarruesco@aol.com
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