Wild rainbow trout bite is great!

Sacramento River - CA

Catch and release rainbow trout fishing on the Sacramento River in Redding!
Photo Credit: JGGS Fishing Team.

by Jeff Goodwin
5-2-2020
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The Sacramento River in Redding has really made some great strides after the big water years in 2017-18.  Now days, its rare to experience really slow days and when the big trout go on the bite, we're seeing some very impressive fish coming to the net.  Whether you are a fly guy or like to fish with spin gear, the chance to hook a big wild trophy trout is available daily.  Now we don't get into trophy trout every day, but its not uncommon at all to hook and land fish over 20 inches.  We have some great flows for power boat trips right now and wiil have them through fall.  We all have our favorite fishery, but I can honestly say this is definitely one of mine.  If you don't mind catch and release fishing, then this is a great option for you!  Thank you!

Capt. Jeff G.


Jeff Goodwin is a full time Northern California fishing guide.  He guides year round for salmon, trout, steelhead, Kokanee, and bass on Northern California rivers and lakes. He fishes many bodies of water in the Redding area, but also guides the Sacramento River and Feather River during certain times of the year. Jeff can also be found on the California coast chasing ocean fresh King salmon and steelhead each year. To learn more about the fishing trips Jeff has to offer, please visit Jeff Goodwin's Guide Service.  You can also find him on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, or please feel free to call him anytime at (707) 616-1905.



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