California salmon fishing report 11-1-2016 Dave Jacobs November 1, 2016 Sacramento River fishing reports, Trophy Fish California salmon fishing report 11-1-2016. The California salmon fishing report 11-1-2016 is courtesy of Sacramento River fishing guide Dave Jacobs. The welcomed heavy rains of October have come and gone now allowing many of Northern California rivers to begin to drop back into fishable shape. Some of the top Fall and late Fall king salmon rivers are going to be fishing very well in the coming days. Rivers like the Sacramento, Smith, Trinity and Southern Oregon’s Chetco to just name a few. Pictured is guide Dave Jacobs with clients Stuart and Erin Durst with a Smith River king salmon caught recently with Smith River salmon fishing guide Dave Jacobs. Sacramento River late Fall salmon fishing. The best Sacramento River late Fall salmon fishing is happening now. November and December are the top peak times to target these hard fighting bright king salmon. Catching a salmon over 40 pounds is a real possibility when late Fall salmon fishing on the Sacramento River. The Sacramento River has received more good rains in late October attracting more late Fall king salmon upriver. Sacramento River salmon fishing guide Dave Jacobs will be available seven days a week in November and December for large and small groups when river conditions allow. These are the largest and brightest king salmon of the year on the Sacramento River in November and December. Smith River salmon fishing guides. Dave Jacobs, one of California’s Smith River fishing guides will also be available for guided salmon fishing trips in November as river levels allow. The Smith River is a great choice this week as heavy rains in late October have brought the Smith River up and is now in fishable shape. Anglers can expect king salmon like the one featured in the photo above while fishing the Smith and Chetco river’s in November. Sacramento River fishing guides. Click here for more Sacramento River salmon fishing guides.