The Stones are really starting to bust out up here on both the Upper Sac and McCloud Rivers. These rivers are in sweet shape and begging for your presence. NOW is the time to get off your butts and enjoy the fun of a big nose attacking your stimulator. Warm weather (finally) in the forecast will also kick all mayfly and caddis hatches into gear. During the slow periods of top action nymphing has been solid. The Lower Sac remains very steady for large bows and clients are wearing out their arms fighting these big boys. Life is short, the window of opportunity is here, get on up here!
Wild Waters has been all over the place this May. The fishing has been good and we’ve been experiencing some great dry fly fishing on the Upper Sac and McCloud Rivers. Green Drakes have shown on the rainy days. And those magical hatches and feeding frenzies have blessed a few of our anglers. The Lower Sac still is providing some of the best fishing around. Anthony Carruesco, Chuck and John have been spending a good amount of time fishing from 44 bridge all the way to Balls Ferry. Meanwhile all the way up on the Sandy River was this years annual Spey Clave. A great event with a lot of knowledge shared amounts some of the biggest names in the industry. Don’t miss it next year. Continue Reading →
We are continuing to fish on the McCloud river, Upper Sac and Lower Sac. In general the fishing has been fair to good. We are seeing fish eat dry flies on the upper rivers and we only expect the hatches to grow each day. The Lower Sac continues to be a strong hold of good fishing. With all the trout streams open in California we have also been spending time on some lesser know waters. The best trout fishing of the year is just around the corner. Be ready!