Sacramento River fishing guides Red Bluff, California.

This Sacramento River fishing guides Red Bluff, California report is courtesy of Dave Jacobs Professional Guide Service.  The 2016 Sacramento River Fall king salmon run is in full swing now.  The arrival of new hard fighting king salmon is very obvious as there are rolling kings in many of the popular Sacramento River salmon fishing spots.  The run of king salmon are spread throughout the river at this time and are all on their way upriver to the spawning grounds past Red Bluff, California.  Sacramento River fishing guides near Red Bluff, California are still catching quality king salmon 12 to 20 plus pounds from Chico to Anderson Balls Ferry, California.  There isn’t a real large concentration of salmon as most are moving upriver through Chico, Corning and Red Bluff.  Pictured is another high quality Sacramento River king salmon caught recently in September.

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