Sacramento / San Joaquin River Fishing Report

Sacramento River - CA

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by California Delta Chambers & Visitors Bureau
11-30-2019
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Good numbers of striped bass showing throughout the Delta Region.  Current surface water temperatures are now holding at 61 degrees.  Trolling at anchor tossing your favorite bait has been very productive for the average striper weighing between 5 and 8 pounds up to an occasional larger fish in the teens and twenties. As a bonus, anglers trolling for striped bass are picking a few bright chinook salmon with most weighing in the high teens and lower twenty pound bracket. Note: Salomon fishing on the San Joaquin River is off limits.  Salmon are still moving through the system up the Sacramento River, South Fork of the Mokelumne River and upstream into the American and Feather Rivers.  This is the prime troll season for salmon.  The hot lure is the double-bladed spinner in the chartreuse and silver color pattern about 100 feet behind the boat at a speed of 1.5 knots for best results.



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