Trinity Shapes Up

Trinity River - Upper - Lewiston, CA (Trinity County)

by Kenny Priest

The upper Trinity is in great shape after all of the rain has moved on, reports Tim Brady of Trinity Outdoors in Weaverville.  He said, “I haven’t heard too many reports, but I did hear that there are more fish around now. The catch-rate for the boats went up quite a bit from what I understand. I don’t think the winter fish are here yet, but that last rain should have put them on the move. It’s been really quiet up here as far as fishing pressure. There’s a few boats on the water, but there aren’t many bank anglers.”

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