Sac River salmon fishing report 9-10-2014.

Even though there are many salmon in the Sacramento River right now, getting them to bite well everyday has been a bit tougher.  Some days as fast as you can put the baits in and “fish on!” Others, you really have to work for the salmon you catch, including trying many different techniques.  The salmon fishing was excellent on Monday but tougher on Tuesday this week.  Drifting roe, back bouncing roe and back bouncing sardine wrapped plugs are best right now.  September is looking like the month that the river is loading up with lots of large king salmon to 30 pounds!

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