Tiger T's Guide Service

"Come Fish the Wildside"


The Sacramento River is the largest river in California. Stretching over 400 miles from the eastern slopes of the Klamath Sacamento_River.JPGMountains to Suisun Bay, it drains an area of about 27,000 square miles, including many major fishing tributaries such as the Feather River, American River, and the Yuba River.

The Sacramento River is well-known for its salmon runs, migrating from the Pacific Ocean to their upstream spawning grounds near Redding, California. Home to several distinct salmon runs at different times of year, only the fall and late fall runs are open to fishing.

Click Here to read more about the Sacramento River


powered by Doodlekit™ Website Builder