Salmon fishing Sacramento River 10-18-2015 Dave Jacobs October 18, 2015 Fishing Report, Recent Catches, Trophy Fish Salmon fishing Sacramento River 10-18-2015. We have still been experiencing very good salmon fishing this last week with double digit hook ups, limits or near limits daily. Saturday brought with it some rain and tougher fishing but the entire rest of the week was great Sacramento River salmon fishing. We have been running many multi boat trips and all have been doing very well. The great salmon fishing on the Sacramento River returned on Sunday with more boat limits of quality king salmon where two were over 30 pounds. We are catching most of our kings on sardine wrapped plugs like the Brad’s KF-16 killifish plugs as reported by Sacramento River salmon fishing guide Dave Jacobs. Back bouncing roe/puffball combos have also been producing some great salmon in our daily bag limits. Salmon fishing has slowed a bit downriver but has still been strong from Anderson Balls Ferry downriver through Hamilton City. Steelhead are also beginning to show in better numbers and anglers can expect the new Late Fall Sacramento River salmon season to begin in November and continue straight through the Sacramento River salmon fishing closure of December 16th. Pictured is just one of the quality king salmon that we have been catching in October this past week. Boaters need to be prepared and pay close attention to the river flows as they will begin to drop significantly this week starting on October 20th and continuing through October 24th. Expect exposed trees and shallow gravel bars as the Sacramento River flows decrease. Call guide Dave Jacobs direct to book your Sacramento River king salmon fishing trip at 1(530) 646-9110 today!