Sacramento River Trout Fishing Report May 18, 2014 Dave Jacobs May 18, 2014 Fishing Report Wild rainbow trout fishing continues to be excellent on ultra light conventional spin gear near Redding, California. Best fishing happening now as Sacramento River levels have risen from Redding, California downriver through Anderson, California. Best technique on conventional spin gear has been side drifting small hand tied glo bugs in various egg color patterns as reported by Sacramento River trout fishing guides Dave Jacobs of Professional Guide Service. Now hooking and releasing 25 to 40 wild rainbow trout one to three pounds with the occasional four to five pound trout mixed in as reported by Sacramento River guide Dave Jacobs. Lower Sacramento River fly fishing report All fly fishing trips going excellent on the lower Sacramento River from Redding, California downriver through Anderson, California. Best bite happening mid morning through late afternoon with pale morning dun, caddis, egg and small stone patterns working best here in May as reported by Sacramento River fly fishing guides Dave Jacobs of Professional Guide Service. A great dry fly trip happening now through late June on the upper Klamath River near Hornbrook/Yreka Californa. Giant salmon fly and golden stone fly hatches happening now as reported by Klamath River fly fishing guides Dave Jacobs of Professional Guide Service. Daily trips available now through late June!