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Update

Update

The Sac is currently flowing at 26,000 cubes and is still brown with less than a foot of vis. We are really hoping the clarity comes back soon. When it does – the fishing should be very good at these higher flows. Anything below 30k will be fishable if the visibility is decent. We are expecting a good spring season with the bigger flows. Stay tuned. 

Steelhead

The Windows have been very small and short lived this Winter. Relentless storms have kept our rivers big and dirty for most of the late Fall and early Winter seasons. When the rivers have had the time to turn green we have found some impressive fish. The inland rivers (Klamath/Trinity) have been teetering on slow to decent depending on the day. Most days you’re averaging 1-3 fish hooked per boat. Not quite like the previous few years.. But hey, it is steelhead fishing and each days is a newly shuffled deck. It only takes one tank to make the day.

Checkout more photos from recent trip here

anthony
acarruesco@aol.com
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