I just got done with my 2019 Salmon Tour which took me to three states and 7 rivers over the course of the past 6 months. It was a good ride but I’m glad to be home! :)
Fall is here and that means it’s time for one of my all-time favorite activities: Plugging for king salmon!
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It’s a quick read full of diagrams, photos and how-to goodies. And at $ 2.99, it costs less than a single lure!
Here’s a quick glance at what’s inside:
Just click the link above and it will take you to Amazon or google my name and the title of the book and you’ll find it.
With a very good return of king salmon forecasted for the Sacramento Valley this fall, it’s time to make sure you get on the schedule if you want to fish with me this season!
Besides having a good projected run, we are also back to a 2-fish limit this year instead of 1!
At this point, I have a limited amount of dates the first few weeks of September for the Feather and Sac and then noting again until Oct. 20.
On the Feather and Sac, we do a lot of bobber fishing with light spinning rods…
The second half of Oct and first half of November are usually very good for chrome bright Kings. At that point, we are typically trolling the main Sac or, if conditions permit, fishing the American with bobber gear.
To get more info, check out www.thesportfisher.com or feel free to get in touch at 916-952-1554.
We have some great light tackle salmon fishing on the Togiak River in Alaska! Here’s a quick video of some of my guys having fun last summer! Get in touch with me if you’d like to head up there this season!