Quality and a bit of quantity on Shasta Lake now!

Shasta Lake - Shasta Lake, CA (Shasta County)

Quality and a bit of quantity on Shasta Lake now!
Photo Credit: Jeff Goodwin

by Jeff Goodwin
6-25-2022
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We have been staying on top of the Shasta Lake bite and seeing quite the mix this past week.  Plenty of action most days, but still a bit on the slow side for late June.  Water temps are on the rise and we hit 75 degrees in some locations on the lake today.  We're catching most of our trout and Kokanee at 45'-50' trolling spoons The lake is still really quiet for this time of the year and theres only a few boats going out each morning.  The fishing isn't red hot yet but it won't be long now!  We still have quite a few open dates and have availability most days of the week looking ahead in July.  These trout and salmon are cutting bright orange and nearly every fish we catch is nice and fat!  Give Jaynie a call at (530) 510-2925 before our season ends in August!  See you on the water!

Captain Jeff Goodwin


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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