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    Re: November too late or just right for Salmon in Sac

    Did you see the pic of the 56 lb-er the other day? Get on it. Hell with round tail trout .

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    Re: November too late or just right for Salmon in Sac

    Quote Originally Posted by currdog7 View Post
    That one fish was very exciting as the guy next to us said, "Salmon fishing is hours of boredom, followed by minutes of pandemonium."
    The guy who said that is really a great fisherman, and what he said is true for every season. This year though, it's been an especially tough river salmon season for everybody, I think. Glad you guys got into that chromer at least!

    Best,
    Here they come!

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    Re: November too late or just right for Salmon in Sac

    Thanks salmonid for the pictures

    That was awesome to see those pics. I think I will try again next year, but I will probably check to see if the Salmon bite is a little better throughout the entire region. It has clearly been a rough year for everyone so getting one fish was good. I was really hoping for two (one for me and one for my dad). Rob was very nice, especially with my son. That one fish was the very exciting as the guy next to us said, "Salmon fishing is hours of boredom, followed by minutes of pandemonium."

    Yes it is expensive, but compared to getting a boat, gas, and all the gear required it is not that bad. Plus even if got all that you might not know where to go.



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    Re: November too late or just right for Salmon in Sac

    Quote Originally Posted by YUBADUBA View Post
    Looks like the paparazi was on the water!
    LOL buddy, wish there was a money shot, but get what you get!
    Here they come!

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    Re: November too late or just right for Salmon in Sac

    Looks like the paparazi was on the water!

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    Re: November too late or just right for Salmon in Sac

    Quote Originally Posted by currdog7 View Post
    So a few takedowns and one fish. Fished near Knights Landing. Here is a picture
    Seemed like you guys had a good time with Rob. Fishing was slow overall, but that chromer is really sweet!

    Here's a couple of action shots for ya!









    Here they come!

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    Re: November too late or just right for Salmon in Sac

    Quote Originally Posted by redneckpunk View Post
    Before I started trolling for striper I spent 4 hours with a local guide who showed me how, where, and when to find the fish on the delta and I learned more in those 4 hours than I would have burning $500 in fuel chasing the learning curve.

    ~RNP
    I wish I did this when I started Sturgeon fishing. It would have save so much time and money, there's nothing like first hand experience!
    Fishing, it's cheaper than therapy!

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    Re: November too late or just right for Salmon in Sac

    Quote Originally Posted by redneckpunk View Post
    And how many people were on that boat deep sea fishing for "a hundy"? The guides on our river system are "6-pack" or smaller focusing more on the client than any 40+ person party boat. This means better gear, usually a more specific and localized knowledge of the fishery, an ability to teach different techniques, etc.. Aside from trolling the Sniffer, One of the best and quickest ways to start learning about fishing a local area, whether it be a lake, river, or even ocean is to book a trip with a knowledgeable and recommended guide. Before I started trolling for striper I spent 4 hours with a local guide who showed me how, where, and when to find the fish on the delta and I learned more in those 4 hours than I would have burning $500 in fuel chasing the learning curve.

    ~RNP
    Agreed.

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    Re: November too late or just right for Salmon in Sac

    The fish coming in now are hot. Very bright fish

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    Re: November too late or just right for Salmon in Sac

    Quote Originally Posted by fishing mofo View Post
    Dang them are some pricey guides ! Whole lotta money to go salmon fishing. I have gone deep sea fishing out of Berkley for a hundy? ohhhh to be rich we all should have those problems
    "Rich"? It's called having a job.

    I wish more people had them
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