Thursday, March 3, 2011

California Steelhead Fishing Reports for March!

Time For Some Steelhead
More on Steelhead Reports Here

The Lower Sacramento is big tailwater with big, powerful rainbows and Steelhead. The water consists of long, featureless, spring creek-like stretches that are broken up by long riffles, deep pools, gravel bars and islands, many of which are more prevalent during low water. Due to the river's size and the frequent private property along the banks. Those who prefer to wade have two options: fish from public parks and access points in the 16 miles between Redding and Anderson or, from your boat, get out at the riffles and take some casts.

Lower Sacramento River Fly Fishing
Redding Fly fishing Sacramento River
Wild Rainbow Trout/ Steelhead Fishing -
Sacramento River fly fishing Redding, California to Anderson , California
Lower Sacramento River fishing report, in Redding, CA is as follows; Water flow is currently 3,900 CFS. Fly fishing is good, on the Lower Sacramento River- Redding area. Flies that are working best now are Zebra Micro Mays #18's, and Egg patterns. We are averaging 10 to 25 fish days. Warm weather has bug hatch happening.
Daily drifting Redding, California and Anderson, California fly fishing for wild rainbow trout

Smith River Fishing/Chetco River Fishing
Steelhead Fishing Reports - Updated March 1,2011
Steelhead Fishing Smith River , California Steelhead Fishing Chetco River Brookings, Oregon
The prime time steelhead fishing, on the Smith River and the Checto River, are January, February, and March. These are months to catch big steelhead. Steelhead fishing up and down last week and over weekend , Chetco River has been producing more fish than the Smith. Water is currently , low and clear, with hooking 2 to 5 fish a day.
We will be fishing both Chetco and Smith River during the month of January through March as water levels permit. Roe bouncing and side- drifting are the main techniques.NOW BOOKING -February & March steelhead fishing. Small and large groups welcome.
Accommodations for lodging we suggest staying in Smith River, California or Brookings, Oregon.

Trinity River Fishing-Trinity River Fishing Report
Weaverville, CA, Lewiston, CA & Junction City, CA - Your Trinity River Fishing guides.
Trinity River fishing report- Fly Fishing for steelhead on the Trinity River, has been good, due to all the rain we have had. Best areas have been Douglas City down to Junction City, using both drift boats and rafts. Egg Patterns, Rubber Legs, Blue Copper Johns are the flies of choice.
For Spin fisherman, back trolling Hot Shots, Wee Warts, and Fat Fish have been the ticket.
Trinity River Fishing is conveniently located 40 minutes West of Redding,CA, fishing from the town of Weaverville, California.

Lake Shasta Fishing
King Salmon/Trout Fishing Redding, CA -Lake Shasta fishing report-
Shasta Lake guided fishing- Northern California fishing Lake Shasta. Rainbow trout fishing on Lake Shasta has been good on the McCloud Arm, trolling on the surface, with shad pattern lures. The salmon fishing on Lake Shasta has been ok with some fish being caught from 20 to 40 ft deep in the Dry Creek area. March, overall fishing , will pick up, and produce large King Salmon.
With all the rain and snow this year , Shasta Lake will be full again this year.

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