Sacramento River Fishing

Sacramento River fishing report 1-12-2020

Dave Jacobs January 13, 2020 Sacramento River fishing reports, Trophy Fish

Sacramento River Fishing

This Sacramento River fishing report 1-12-2020 is courtesy of Dave Jacobs Professional Guide Service. www.sacramentofishing.com guide Dave Jacobs (left) and Ammanda Gradney (right) with a big double hook up on Sacramento River striped bass recently. photo courtesy of guide Michael Rasmussen



Sacramento River fishing report.
With very little rain thus far this year, the Sacramento River has flowed low and clear making for very good striped bass fishing. The striped bass fishing has continued to remain strong this past week with some large quality bass being caught daily. There has been a school of large stripers 8 to 12 pounds following small groups of smolts as they migrate downriver. Anglers throwing larger baits have encountered large stripers 12 to 30 pounds as well. Best baits for large stripers have been the white or trout pattern “Sneaky Pete’s” glide baits or the “A rig” outfitted with 5 inch paddle tailed plastics. Striper fishing has been best in the mornings and late in the afternoons before sunset. Best fishing has been from Red Bluff downriver through Princeton California. This weeks Sacramento River fishing report 1-12-2020 for wild rainbow trout is courtesy of Sacramento RIver fishing guide Dave Jacobs.

Farther to the north, the Sacramento River in downtown Redding has offered good trout fishing with average bows’ measuring 12 to 18 inches. These one to three pound trout are plentiful from Caldwell Park downriver past the Sun dial Bridge. Side drifting small hand tied yarn flies or “glo bugs” in various egg colored patterns are finding the most bites. Back trolling small “hot shot” style plugs is also producing larger trout daily.