Sacramento River fishing report Corning, California Dave Jacobs September 22, 2016 Trophy Fish Sacramento River fishing report Corning, California. This Sacramento River fishing report Corning, California is courtesy of Sac River salmon fishing guide Dave Jacobs. The return of more fresh Sacramento River king salmon continues to get better by the day. There are definitely more king salmon rolling around and biting than any other time this season thus far. The salmon fishing bite has been throughout the day as fresh kings are moving up towards the Coleman National Fish Hatchery. The famed Barge Hole is beginning to see more salmon daily as well. Sacramento River salmon fishing techniques. The top producer for Sacramento River salmon fishing guide has been a fresh sardine wrapped Brad’s Killer Fish plug mostly in the KF-16 sizes. Drifting roe is also producing hook ups on Sacramento River salmon 12 to 20 pounds on average. The female salmon being landed are still full of immature roe and look to be several weeks late. If this holds true, anglers may see king salmon in river deep into October this season. Sacramento River Late Fall salmon fishing. The next run of salmon, the Sacramento River Late Fall salmon, traditionally begin to show in November and December. This year, the Sacramento River will remain open through December 16th and guide Dave Jacobs will be available seven days a week for king salmon fishing trips. Pictured is another recent large Sacramento River king salmon caught by Pat Doussche while out with Dave Jacobs Professional Guide Service this week.