Welcome to Nor Cal Fish Reports

Welcome to Northern California's best source for regional sportfishing information, including the latest fishing conditions, charter boat information, and the regions best sources for bait, tackle, and all your fishing needs.

Wild rainbow fishing

by KIRK PORTOCARRERO / SacRiverGuide.com
Monday morning  took Dane  and Eric  on yhere first flyfishing trip and they both got there hands on some  nice  rainbows we fished to Anderson  and saw no fishermen on the river great day and company !!!!
(More...) (Monday, August 21, 2017)

Lake Camanche Fishing Report

by LAKE CAMANCHE STAFF / Camanche Recreation Company
At 87% full Lake Camanche was releasing approximately 607 C.F.S. into the Mokelumne River at the time of this post. Lake Pardee has lowered its release into Camanche to approximately 249 C.F.S. Lake Camanche elevation at the time of
(More...) (Monday, August 21, 2017)

Lessons From Kilarc

by JOHN HIGLEY / My Outdoor Buddy
Well, we did it again. Fearing summer was slipping away without enough fishing, my pal Russ Herrick and I bounced our way up the three mile long gravel road to Kilarc Reservoir, a 4.5 acre PG&E pond near Whitmore.  Actually, we
(More...) (Monday, August 21, 2017)

San Pablo Reservoir Fish Report 8-20-17

by SAN PABLO RESERVOIR STAFF / East Bay Municipal District
Catfish, Crappie and Bass are biting.  Chicken Liver, Anchovies or night-crawlers are your best bet for catfish.  Crappie will bite on a red-worm, crappie nibble or an atomic teaser.  Bass use a Berkeley plastic worm with a Gamakastu off-set shank
(More...) (Sunday, August 20, 2017)

Silver Lake Resort Fishing Report 8/13 – 8/20/17

by ANDREW JONES / Silver Lake Resort
There are only a few ways in which the fishing at Silver Lake could have improved over this past week and it happened!!!  A healthy load of 4,000 pounds of Desert Springs Rainbows was dumped into Silver Lake late Friday
(More...) (Sunday, August 20, 2017)

Big Bow Today at June

by SCOTT CHAMPION / Ernie's Tackle
The staff from Ernie’s checked in tonight with an update from June Lake. Check out angler Norin Grancell who caught a 4.5 pound Rainbow Trout today using a Tazmanian Devil. Norin was fishing with Nona who made a
(More...) (Sunday, August 20, 2017)

SF Salmon Report

by MIKE RESCINO / Lovely Martha Sportfishing
Captain Mike Rescino checked in with an update from the Lovely Martha out of San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf. Today we had a morning 1/2 day trip and our 28 anglers caught 14 King Salmon (12 to 20 pounds) . CURRENT SCHEDULE:
(More...) (Sunday, August 20, 2017)

California Upland Game Bird Stamp Art Contest

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is conducting an art contest to select the design for the state’s 2017-2018 upland game bird stamp. The California Upland Game Bird Stamp Art Contest is open to all U.S. residents ages 18
(More...) (Sunday, August 20, 2017)

Big lingcod action

by JONATHON SMITH / Happy Hooker Sportfishing
today our charter of 21 anglers pulled up 190 rockfish and 25 quality lingcod. Had a big swell out there but overall the weather was good. 
(More...) (Saturday, August 19, 2017)

Limits of Lings and Cod

by JAMES SMITH / California Dawn
Captain James Smith checked in tonight from the California Dawn out of Berkeley, CA.  Today we had an EPIC bite from the Farallon Islands. We had full limits of jumbo rockfish on 2 drifts. We had a single drift for limits
(More...) (Saturday, August 19, 2017)

TigerFish Rockfishing

by ALLEN CHIN / Tigerfish Sportfishing
Good Afternoon TigerFish Faithful, Our charter today loaded upnon rockfish and lingcod before heading in to the salmon grounds. The salmon action was slow for us. One bite equated to one 10 pound salmon. We are chartered tomorrow. Lots of space
(More...) (Saturday, August 19, 2017)


by TOM ZIZZO / Wild Wave Sportfishing
The Salmon are starting to go again.
(More...) (Saturday, August 19, 2017)

Thank you for visiting Nor Cal Fish Reports! Please visit us again, as this site is under development and new features are being added regularly.