Best Fishing Guides In Sacramento, CA: Dave Jacobs Dave Jacobs June 14, 2017 Recent Catches Some of the best fishing guides in Sacramento, CA like Dave Jacobs of Professional Guide Service are now booking Sacramento River salmon fishing trips. Here is a current report of whats coming and what’s happening here in Northern California on June 14, 2017. Sacramento River salmon fishing report. The anticipation for the upcoming salmon fishing opener is already building. There are some very large salmon being caught offshore this month and these salmon will begin making their upriver journey to the spawning grounds of the Sacramento River in July through October. The Sacramento River will officially open to king salmon fishing below the Red Bluff Diversion Dam on Sunday July 16th. The Sacramento River will remain open to salmon fishing for a full season through December 16, 2017. Sacramento River shad fishing report. The American shad have made their upriver migration to their spawning grounds now. There are many good sized schools of shad from Red Bluff down through Chico. The best shad fishing is early in the mornings and right before dusk. Bet bets is side drifting small brightly colored weighted jigs tipped with a brightly colored curly tailed jig body. Shad fishing will continue through June and July. Sacramento River rainbow trout fishing report. The best trout fishing is happening now in downtown Redding to Anderson. The upper 5.5 miles of Sacramento River in Redding is now closed to all fishing from the 44 bridge upriver to Keswick Dam. This section of river in Redding will re open to fishing later this Summer on August 1st. The best bets for conventional spin fishermen has been side drifting small hand tied glo bugs in various egg color patterns or back trolling small hot shot style plugs in the size 50, 60 and even 70. There are also some trout being caught from Anderson downriver through Red Bluff. Anglers on the Sacramento River are still picking up a few striped bass fishing early in the mornings and late in the evenings from Red Bluff downriver through Colusa, California.