Sacramento River Salmon Fishing
Sacramento River Salmon Fishing
Sacramento River Salmon Fishing
Sacramento River Salmon Fishing
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SACRAMENTO RIVER SALMON GUIDED FISHING TRIPS
Sacramento river salmon guided fishing trips on the
Sacramento River "Sacramento river king salmon fishing."
Sacramento is world renowned for its Sacramento River
Salmon fishing. These Sacramento river salmon will range
from 10-50+ lbs and are some of the biggest King Salmon
in California. Our Sacramento river salmon fishing guides
are experienced and have a high track record for catching
Sacramento river salmon.
One of the best Sacramento river salmon fishing methods is
back bouncing. Generally Flatfish or kwickfish are used, but
back trolling roe or spinners can also be effective for
Sacramento river salmon fishing guides. In the late fall on
the lower Sacramento river around Sacramento, trolling
spinners for Sacramento river king salmon fishing is very
effective due to the slower currents. Sacramento river king
salmon fishing is a must for any angler. Generally finding
water with little or no pressure is very easy due to the size
of the river. We will be fishing fro Sacramento river salmon
from Colusa to Red Bluff and salmon fishing the
Sacramento river from Isleton to Verona.
The Sacramento river is expected to produce excellent
Sacramento river salmon fishing for guides in northern
California. The size of Sacramento river salmon this year are expected to be larger in size 20-30 Sacramento river salmon should be common in 2021 than the average Sacramento river
salmon forecasted to return to the Sacramento river
for anglers and guides fishing for salmon on the
Sacramento river. Book your 2021 Sacramento river salmon
fishing trip with a top rated Sacramento river salmon fishing
professional guide, with the EXPERIENCE to produce
Capt Brandon Beachum
SACRAMENTO RIVER SALMON SEASON OPENS
JULY 16 - DEC 16
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SACRAMENTO RIVER FALL RUN
THE BEST SACRMENTO RIVER SALMON FISHING STARTS HERE
The main salmon run on the Sacramento river is the "Fall Run" this is the largest run of fish on the Sacramento river and includes the estimated returns of the two tributaries of the Sacramento river, the Feather and American rivers. This run is responsible for the Majority of the caught salmon during Sacramento river salmon fishing season. The Sacramento river salmon fishing run begins around the middle of July and continues through the end on Sept, Although most years we will see some fresh Sacramento river fall run salmon showing in the river during October. The Sacramento river fall run has a average return over the last 40 years at around 240,000 fish. That estimate starts with a ocean abundance estimate which is a guesstimate of how many 3-4 year old adult Sacramento river salmon are swimming around in the ocean with an high likelihood of returning to the Sacramento river between July - October. After the Sacramento river salmon fishing season ends, during the winter California Fish and wildlife and the US fish and wildlife will tally up the commercial salmon fishing landings, commercial passengers fishing vessel logs, observed salmon harvest from surveyors along the river and ocean launch ramps, the number of Salmon that return to the Sacramento river, Feather river and American river hatcheries, as well as a few carcass surveys in the river and creeks in minimal time and effort and not covering much ground. Same with the fish creel surveys the amount of contact and fish counting is minimal due to poor management of the surveyors and timing of their surveys. The majority of accurate information is from Commercial fisherman, guides, charter boats and hatchery returns. They use that information to calculate with some estimations what the actual final Sacramento river Salmon abundance really was.
SACRAMENTO RIVER SALMON LURE BITE
SACRAMENTO RIVER LATE FALL SALMON RUN
Sacramento river late fall salmon fishing. There's a good reason why you have an opportunity to catch a chrome bright ocean fresh Sacramento river salmon During the months of November and December. The above pictured Sacramento river late fall salmon was caught on the Sacramento river on November 29th in 2020. The Sacramento river late fall salmon fishing is unique to the main stem of the Sacramento river as the Feather and American rivers do not have a late fall run. this is a completely different run with different genetics that spawn at different times than the fall run. The Sacramento river actually has salmon in the river 365 days a year. The Sacramento river receives a Winter, Spring, Fall and Late fall salmon run. While the Feather river receives a Spring and a Fall salmon run, and The American river and Fall salmon run. The Sacramento river late fall salmon fishing is a great chance to catch a real trophy Sacramento river Salmon as the Sacramento river late fall salmon run has 5-6 year salmon showing up which is not common in the fall run comprised of mostly 3-4 year old's.
THE BEST CARE FOR YOUR CATCH
SACRAMENTO RIVER SALMON FILETS
Proper care is very important for your Sacramento river salmon filets in order to take home quality meat for the dinner table. Immediately your Sacramento river salmon fishing guide with bleed your Sacramento river salmon and put it on ICE. Ice is EXTREMLY important to the process and simply putting your Sacramento river salmon into a live well and running the 65 degree river water over it while it's pushing a 100+ degrees outside will ruin your catch and you will end up with mushy salmon that the meat wants to pull apart. Your Sacramento river salmon is then fileted and bagged on a sanitary custom fish cleaning station that's cleaned thoroughly with soap and water everyday. if you wouldn't cut meat in your kitchen on it then your Sacramento river salmon doesn't belong on it either. Not the bow or gunnel of a boat, engine cover, top of a dirty cooler, the mat you've been wiping your feet on all day.... WE will take special care of your Sacramento river salmon catch to ensure your salmon filets will be high quality table fare. You can see how the above fish was properly bled as there's no blood running through the meat, and the meat is firm in texture from being kept cold during the day.
BIGGER IS BETTER
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SACRAMENTO RIVER TROPHY SALMON
If you want a chance at catching a trophy Sacramento river salmon then the Sacramento river late fall salmon run in November and December can be a good choice. The majority of the wall hangers from the Sacramento river came in November and December. The above pictured angler struggles to hoist up a 53.85 lb Salmon caught while fishing with Capt. Brandon on November 2, 2013 on the Sacramento river. You need patience when fishing for trophy Sacramento river late fall salmon, as the late fall run is a much smaller run of fish. These bigger older Salmon didn't get that big for nothing. We are fishing for Quality over quantity During the Sacramento river late fall salmon fishing season. Cooler temps and a quieter river can all be a benefit as less anglers venture out on the water for the late fall Sacramento river salmon fishing season. If you have patience and an open mind you can be thoroughly rewarded.
THE PLUG IS THE DRUG!
As the early morning chill and the mist rises off the water from the Sacramento river, and the light from the sun barely gives you a sign of the morning. Your Sacramento river fishing guide is wrapping your flatfish lure and the anticipation is growing as the water from the Sacramento river rushes around the boat. Are they back there? Are they biting? All these things run through your mind as your Sacramento river fishing guide tells you to "let it out". The river is quiet as you can start to make out a bald eagle perched in the tree on the over side of the Sacramento river and a beaver crosses the river only to slip into his den of darkness. The Sacramento river is calm and peaceful as the early morning bliss is interrupted by something hitting your plug like a freight train! You can barely hold on while a Sacramento river salmon is ripping out line and thrashing on the surface! FISH ON! Everyone reels up and the floor is yours! The battle takes you in circles while your Sacramento river fishing guide coaches you through the process. "Keep it tight!" he exclaims when the fish is coming towards you, "Let him go, let him go!" when it's violently ripping out line. The salmon that tried to destroy your plug was the most dominate aggressive Sacramento river salmon in the school and you can feel it with every head shake and trashing of their bodies. With patience, quick thinking, coaching and a little luck your Sacramento river salmon fishing guide will scoop your Sacramento river salmon into the net. High fives will follow along with a few pics and your Sacramento river salmon will get bled out immediately and put on ice. Nothing beats that moment that a Sacramento river salmon violently takes you plug, its down right exciting and something that never gets old.