Fishing for king salmon slowed considerably this week as there's very few fall-run king salmon left in the river. Many of this fall's king salmon have moved up into Battle Creek toward the Coleman fish hatchery. A few salmon and steelhead still are trickling in, but the numbers of fish to fish for were very low this week. Anglers should begin to see some of the early arriving late fall king salmon in early November. The late fall king salmon run should build and peak through Dec. 15.
King salmon fishing has been fair to good recently with more salmon showing in the upper reaches of the Sacramento River near and around the Barge Hole. Most salmon that have been caught weigh between 8 to 12 pounds with the occasional king over 20 pounds. Back-bouncing sardine-wrapped, kwikfish-style plugs or roe/puffball combos are best. The late fall Sacramento River king salmon run should begin to show later this month and build through November and December.
Anglers looking to get in on the outstanding salmon fishing on the Feather River should give the Outlet Hole near Oroville a try. The flows have dropped to less than half of what they were in September, but the great salmon fishing has continued. The hot bite has been happening from the Outlet Hole near Oroville downriver through Gridley. With the lower flows, the better fishing has been in and around the Outlet Hole.
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Selecting a term
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