2019 SACRAMENTO RIVER STEELHEAD FISHING MAP, REPORT AND HUNTING AREAS

2019 SACRAMENTO RIVER STEELHEAD REPORT, MAP AND LOCAL HUNTING AREAS

Sacramento River Fishing Reports

January 23, 2017 – The Sacramento River cold temperatures has reduced fish activity   Try and keep moving and find where fish are feeding.
Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/sports/outdoors/hunting-fishing/fishing-line/article122990924.html#storylink=cpy

Fishing Maps of Sacramento River

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For the map above, the circular markers are the Salmon spots in deeper water, while the arrow markers are pointing to rapids or shallow fast water riffled areas that are the steelhead fishing spots!!!!
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Read the rest of our blog about how to fish the Sacramento River for Steelhead and reference our fishing map and follow this blog for updated fishing reports for more information.

Sacramento River  offers some of the best steelhead fishing in  the West.

Steelhead fishing in the Sacramento River starts  October,  the run peaks in January, but goes into March…
The finest spots are in our fishing map,Knights Landing, Grimes, Colusa and even all the way up to Chico..  But fishing is spotty as the fish are in a hurry to get to the spawning grounds upstream. 
The best steelhead fishing in the Sacramento River is from Los Molinos to Anderson.  Fishing is fair at best above Anderson,  mainly because  Keswick Dam is not helpful to the fisheries. . Access starts  at Los Molinos, off Tehama-Vina road, east  of Highway 99 East.
 Steelhead line up up below the Red Bluff Diversion Dam,  for best results wait for the a time when  the river is high as this keeps the fish from trying the fish ladder.
Launch at Ball’s Ferry Resort, or at  Rooster’s Landing, depending  on which side of river you come from.  

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