Here on the Trinity River, flows have dropped very low and river temperatures have risen, attracting more fresh king salmon and steelhead. Many of the kingÂ salmon are weighing 8 to 12 pounds with several salmon reaching 12 to 20 pounds. They're in the upper Trinity River from Lewiston downriver through Douglas City. Back-bouncing roe or back-trolling small, sardine-wrapped flatfish plugs have been working best. More adult steelhead are beginning to show in the area along with the king salmon.
The salmon fishing on the upper Sacramento River near Woodson Bridge has continued to be slow with just a few king salmon moving through. This is the time of the month that more salmon begin to show in the area as mid- and late August are great times to salmon fish here in the Woodson Bridge Area of the Sacramento River. The ocean fishing charters and private boaters are continuing to catch many limits of king salmon and have done so for over three weeks now.
The famed Barge Hole opener has come here in Northern California as it does every year on Aug. 1. The Sacramento River is now open to salmon fishing above the Red Bluff Diversion Dam upriver to the Deschutes Bridge in Anderson. The opener was fair with around 20 king salmon checked in from Red Bluff to the Barge Hole. Many of the salmon checked in were small 2-year-old jack salmon with just a couple of adult salmon brought into the nets.
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