CSBA Trip Aboard California Dawn Produces Epic Halibut Action

BERKELEY – The 28 anglers on the California Striped Bass Association, West Delta Chapter, trip aboard the California Dawn on ...
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Team Fish Sniffer Adds a New Duckworth Advantage Sport To Fleet!

By Wes Ward Duckworth welded aluminum boats have long been one of the best built fishing platforms available. Built to ...
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Red Hot Oroville King Salmon Fishing with Captain Kevin Brock!

By Cal Kellogg The conditions had gone from great to not so good. The sun was high, the surface chop ...
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Trollers Battle Limits of Tasty Stampede Kokanee Salmon

SACRAMENTO – The kokanee salmon, a landlocked sockeye salmon that was introduced to select lakes in northern California many decades ...
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Salmon Anglers Find Best Success on Opener in Feather River

OROVILLE – Most bank anglers and boat fishermen experienced challenging salmon fishing on opening day, July 16, for Chinook salmon ...
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GGSA ‘Fish Like A Girl’ Trip Produces Salmon Limits

On Friday, July 5, the second Golden Gate Salmon Association (GGSA) “Fish Like a Girl” all ladies salmon fishing trip ...
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Stampede Reservoir With The Purple Heart Anglers

By Cal Kellogg On Saturday, June 1, I made the early morning drive from my home in Foresthill, Ca to ...
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Epic Salmon Action Aboard The New Easy Rider!

By Cal Kellogg There is something special about ocean salmon fishing. When there are salmon lurking beyond the Golden Gate, ...
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Kayaking For Ocean Kings!

By Kevin Hofer King salmon, are one of the most prized fish in our state because of their large size, ...
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Frenchman Lake Yields Rainbows and Brown Bullheads for Anglers

Frenchman Lake, located in Plumas County in the northeastern portion of the Plumas National Forest, features top-notch fishing for rainbow ...
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Halibut, Stripers And Rockfish Bite on the Bay

By Stacy Barawed After a long week in the office, the last thing I wanted to do was set a ...
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Stripers Still Biting as Anglers Get Ready for Salmon on Feather River

This year has been memorable one for striped bass on the Feather River – and veteran guides and anglers are ...
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Sacramento Fishing in the City Program Enters 26th Year

One young angler after another hooked catfish on the pleasant June afternoon at Hagen Community Park in Rancho Cordova. Three-year-old ...
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Chasing a Limit Of Rainbows…

By Wes Ward It is no secret that Cal Kellogg knows how to catch trout. For the last 10 years ...
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Plugging For Spring Stripers!

By Arlando Abella Recently my buddy Jarred Mcachrean and I decided to go looking for Delta stripers. It all started ...
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Sugar Pine Reservoir: A Top Sierra Destination For Kayakers!

By Cal Kellogg It wasn’t long after I moved to Auburn, California back in 1995 that I discovered the outstanding ...
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The Spring of Big Stripers

By Mike McNeilly I don’t get out after stripers the way I used to. Logistically, I just can’t get over ...
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Shad Pandemonium in Downtown Sacramento

by Jack Naves I often find myself driving through Downtown Sacramento on Interstate 5. I never pass up the opportunity ...
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The Low Down On High Water Nymphing!

By Jason Thatcher The first few months of 2019 have been wet ones. Reservoirs are at, or near, max-pool. Rivers ...
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The Spring Shasta Lake Trout Derby – Tough Fishing for Most

By Paul J. Kneeland The spring Shasta Lake Trout & Salmon Derby presented by Kokanee Power and the Shasta Lake ...
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