The Feather river is a beautiful stretch of river for guided fishing from Oroville, Ca to where it meets the Sacramento river. This
river ranges from deep pools to shallow riffles. The most popular trips for guides on the Feather river is "Guided Feather River
Salmon Fishing." The Feather river opens to king salmon fishing on July 16th, and the prime season for Feather river salmon fishing
is through October. The early spring run Feather river king salmon are some of the brightest hard fighting fish you will get your
hands on, and most king salmon will be only days from the ocean. These fish make excellent table fare.



In July and August the fall run begins to trickle into the river. By then most feather river salmon will still be chrome bright this time of
year and action can be very good. In sept the majority of the fall run has entered the river. Some fish will be darker, but the action
will make up for it. There are still fresh Feather river king salmon moving into the river daily, so there will be plenty of opportunity's
for chrome bright fish. We will catch chrome bright Feather river king salmon all the way through the end of sept. In October the
Feather river salmon are spawning. Fishing for them is easy, however they will not make good table fare. There are many other
areas where you can catch fresh, bright salmon that will make good table fare in October.



















Another fishery is Feather river steelhead fishing these hard fighting fish will be in the river year round with the peak season starting
in October and going through February. These fish will range from 2-12 lbs and many fish will be wild and needing to be released,
a steelhead report card will be needed for these trips.
On High water years Feather river striper fishing and Feather river shad fishing can be very hot. The stripers can range from 3lbs
all the way up to 40+ lbs. Shad will range from 1-4lbs and are very hard fighters. On low water years most of these fish will run up
the Sacramento river. I truly consider the Feather river to be one of our top fishing destinations in California, give it a try you won't
be disappointed.  

Capt Brandon Beachum  
 







































































































































































April 17,2013
The California Fish and Game Commission (FGC) adopted ocean and inland salmon season regulations for 2013 at its meeting today in Santa Rosa.
Forecasts of abundant Sacramento and Klamath River fall Chinook salmon allowed the FGC to adopt long seasons and liberal bag limits.
“California salmon fishermen have endured ‘boom & bust’ seasons over the past decade,” said FGC President Michael Sutton.  “The Commission is delighted that
forecast salmon returns are high enough this year to justify greater catch limits.”
Estimates are that the numbers of returning Sacramento River fall-run Chinook and Klamath River fall-run Chinook salmon will exceed conservation objectives.
“California anglers are looking forward to some excellent salmon fishing opportunities this season,” said Stafford Lehr, CDFW Fisheries Branch Chief. “The ocean
abundance and projected inland returns are good for both the Sacramento and Klamath River fall Chinook. The Klamath River fall Chinook ocean forecast is the third
highest since 1985.” The newly adopted ocean salmon sport fishing regulations conform to those adopted by the Pacific Fishery Management Council last week. The
opening date in the Klamath Management Zone is May 1. All other zones are currently open. Complete ocean salmon regulations are posted at: www.dfg.ca.
gov/marine/oceansalmon.asp On all Central Valley rivers, the daily bag and possession limit is two Chinook salmon.
On the Trinity and Klamath rivers the daily bag limit is three adult Chinook 22 inches or longer and one Chinook jack less than 22 inches. The possession limit is nine
adults and three jacks prior to reaching the quota. All anglers must have Salmon Harvest Cards in their possession when fishing for salmon on the Klamath and Trinity
rivers. Key elements of the newly adopted ocean and inland salmon seasons and regulations for Central Valley and the Klamath and Trinity rivers are listed below. The
full regulations package approved by the Commission will be available at www.fgc.ca.gov/regulations/2013/index.aspx
SACRAMENTO RIVER
Open Aug. 1 through Dec.16 from the Deschutes Road Bridge near Anderson downstream to 500 feet upstream from Red Bluff Diversion Dam.
Open July 16 through Dec. 16 from 150 feet below the Lower Red Bluff (Sycamore) boat ramp to the Highway 113 Bridge near Knights Landing.
Open July 16 through Dec. 16 from the Highway 113 Bridge near Knights Landing downstream to the Carquinez Bridge.
FEATHER RIVER
Open July 16 through Oct. 15 from unimproved boat launch ramp above the Thermalito Afterbay Outfall downstream to 200 yards above the Live Oak boat ramp.
Open July 16 through Dec. 16 from 200 yards above Live Oak boat ramp to the mouth.
AMERICAN RIVER
Open from July 16 through Dec. 31 from Nimbus Dam to Hazel Avenue Bridge.
Open from July 16 through Aug. 15 from Hazel Avenue Bridge to the United States Geological Survey (USGS) gauging station cable crossing near Nimbus Hatchery.
Open July 16 through Oct. 31 from the USGS gauging station cable crossing near Nimbus Hatchery to the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) power line
crossing the southwest boundary of Ancil Hoffman Park.
Open from July 16 through Dec. 31 from the SMUD power line crossing at the southwest boundary of Ancil Hoffman Park to the Jibboom Street Bridge.
Open July 16 through Dec. 16. from the Jibboom Street Bridge to the mouth.
MOKELUMNE RIVER
Open July 16 through Oct. 15 from Camanche Dam to the Highway 99 Bridge.
Open July 16 through Dec. 31 from the Highway 99 Bridge to the Woodbridge Irrigation District Dam, including Lodi Lake.
Open July 16 through Dec. 16 from the Lower Sacramento Road Bridge to the mouth. (For purposes of this regulation, this river segment is defined as Mokelumne
River and its tributary sloughs downstream of the Lower Sacramento Road Bridge, east of Highway 160 and north of Highway 12.)
KLAMATH RIVER
Open to fall-run Chinook salmon fishing from Aug. 15 through Dec. 31 with a daily bag limit of four Chinook salmon, no more than three adult Chinook salmon 22 inches
or greater when the take of adult Chinook is allowed and a possession limit of twelve Chinook salmon, no more than nine adults 22 inches or greater when the take of
adults is allowed. The 2013 quota for the Klamath River basin is 40,006 fall-run salmon greater than 22 inches. Once this quota has been met, no Chinook salmon
greater than 22 inches long may be retained (anglers may still retain a limit of Chinook salmon less than 22 inches). A weekly CDFW status report will be available by
calling 1-800-564-6479. Open to spring-run Chinook salmon fishing from Jan. 1 through Aug. 14 with a daily bag and possession limit of two salmon. The take of
salmon is prohibited on the Klamath River from Iron Gate Dam downstream to Weitchpec from Jan. 1 through Aug. 14.
TRINITY RIVER
Open to fall-run Chinook salmon fishing from Sept. 1 through Dec. 31 with a daily bag limit of four Chinook salmon, no more than three Chinook salmon 22 inches or
larger and  a possession limit of twelve Chinook salmon, no more than nine adults greater than  22 inches. The 2013 quota for the Klamath River basin is 40,006 fall-run
salmon more than 22 inches long. Once this quota has been met, no Chinook salmon greater than 22 inches long may be retained (anglers may still retain a limit of
Chinook salmon less than 22 inches. A
weekly CDFW status report will be available by calling 1-800-564-6479. The Trinity River main stem downstream of the Highway 299 Bridge at Cedar Flat to the Denny
Road Bridge in Hawkins Bar is closed to all fishing Sept. 1 through Dec. 31.
Open to spring-run Chinook salmon fishing from Jan. 1 through Aug. 31. The daily bag and possession limit is two Chinook salmon. The take of salmon is prohibited
from the confluence of the South Fork Trinity River downstream to the confluence of the Klamath River from Jan. 1 through Aug. 31.
All other regulations for bag and possession limits for trout, salmon and other species, as well as general information about restrictions on fishing methods and gear on
the above rivers, are available on the CDFW website at www.dfg.ca.gov/regulations
Summary of PFMC Ocean Season:
The FGC also adopted sport fishing ocean regulations consistent with those adopted April 11 by the Pacific Fishery Management Council. From the Oregon-California
border to Horse Mountain in Humboldt County the season will run from May 1 through September 8. In the Shelter Cove and Fort Bragg areas, the season opened April
6 and will continue through November 10. The minimum size limit in these ports north of Point Arena will be 20 inches the entire season.
Between Point Arena and Pigeon Point, in the San Francisco area, the PFMC set the season to be open seven days per week through November 10, except from June
1 through July 9, when Mondays and Tuesdays will be closed to salmon fishing. The minimum size limit is 24 inches through the end of July, and 20 inches thereafter.
For the areas south of Pigeon Point to the U.S-Mexico border, including Monterey Bay, salmon fishing will continue seven days per week through October 6, except
from June 1 through July 9, when Mondays and Tuesdays will be closed to salmon fishing. The minimum size limit will remain 24 inches throughout the season.
The ocean bag and possession limit in California is two salmon of any species except coho. For complete California ocean salmon regulations, please visit the ocean
salmon web page at: www.dfg.ca.gov/marine/oceansalmon.asp or call the Ocean Salmon Regulations Hotline (707) 576-3429.
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