NorCalFishingNews.com http://www.NorCalFishingNews.com The place for Northern California fishing blogs, fishing reports, fishing news, fishing photos plus so much more. en-us <![CDATA[BREAKING NEWS: Party Boat Scores for Wednesday, Aug. 20]]> Here are the Party Boat scores for Wednesday, Aug. 20


by Staff compilation]]>
<![CDATA[BREAKING NEWS: Best Bites: Aug. 21 through Aug. 27]]> It’s not easy finding quality fishing during the middle of August. In a drought year. With lots of wind throughout the state. But there are some options available, especially with salmon. The fish are lining up outside the Golden Gate and fishing is quite good. Anglers are interecepting some in Benicia – as well as some striped bass - and action on the Sacramento is starting to improve. Those are the highlights. Here are the rest of this week’s Best Bites:


by Tim Goode]]>
<![CDATA[Warm water in Klamath feared]]> There are lots of problems perking up in the continual and pending water shortages that perhaps are going to affect sport fish.


by John Clayson Spencer]]>
<![CDATA[BREAKING NEWS: Trout Plants: Aug. 18 through Aug. 22]]> The following lakes, rivers, streams and ponds this week will receive plants of catchable trout from the California Department of Fish & Wildlife:

 


by Staff compilation]]>
<![CDATA[Anglers have questions, frustrations about water policies]]> As the drought stricken summer continues, trout are heading for the cooler water and deeper holes in streams. Mid-day fishing has been unbearably hot with temperatures rising to 105 degrees even up here on the upper Klamath.  Those who fish at the crack of dawn and the last hour of daylight have better luck.  That is if they are not fishing below the last Dam (Iron Gate) where the “bite” has turned off.

 

 


by johnspencer2010@hotmail.com]]>
<![CDATA[Fishing the North Coast]]> News and info from the North Coast...


by Kenny Priest]]>
<![CDATA[Big browns crossing Trinity Weir - local or anadromous is the question]]> For the past three weeks, water releases from Iron Gate Dam

have increased from 1,200 cubic feet per second (cfs) to around

1,500 cfs, which slowed the fishing on the upper Klamath River.


by John Clayson Spencer]]>
<![CDATA[BREAKING NEWS: Six NorCal bass lakes rated among top 100 in US]]> Six Northern California lakes were listed in Bassmaster Magazine’s annual list of Top 100 bass lakes in the United States.

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<![CDATA[2014 Sportfishing Boat Directory]]> Following is a list of Northern and Central California salmon charter boats. The harbors are listed by alphabetical order. Included are the web address, phone, boat capacity and anticipated price per person.


by Tim Goode]]>