The Lower Sacramento continues to give good fishing days with some really quality fish.Right now the Lower Sac is the best choice for some drift boat fishing.
Our favorite river opened back up this weekend. The McCloud treated us to some great fishing with most efforts being placed on the dry fly. Many of our favorite deep holes filled with pea-gravel during the high flows and much of the river changed dramatically. But… not for the bad. It certainly will take some [...]
With no real rain storms, March has been open season on steelhead. One big storm could close it all, but I can’t remember what a brown river looks like. By mid April a winter fish could be a thing of the past and we’ll eagerly await the return of the summers. Check out some pics [...]
We have been looking for that steelhead green and the steel curtain. Seeing the Chetco double in size we were hoping for some green water and some fresh fish. Not quite chromers and not quite green water but a damn good time.
We have been spending some fun days trout fishing on the Upper Sacramento river. The water is low and clear for winter levels and good fish depends on a stealth presentation, The warmest part of day produce the best fishing and some decent hatches.
Low clear cold water is keeping the fishing challenging but perseverance and hard work seems to always pay off. Four great friends came up to fish with us on the Upper Rogue. Great times!
The Rogue River is seeing some good winter steelhead fishing. We have been putting in some days on the Shady Cove stretch. Some nice steelhead are being caught under the indicator as well as on the swung fly. Most of our trips are incorporating both techniques. With crystal clear water we are excited about [...]