Recent Photos
Recent Photos

These fish are typical on any given day on the lower Sacramento River. Some of these photos are from the Pit River, the upper Sacramento and Hat Creek. Different places fish better at different times.

About Me

My name is Curtis Cole and I have a lifetime worth of experience fishing in the Redding area and northern California and now I would like to share my knowledge and enthusiasm with you.

I am a licensed and bonded guide for the state of California. I have over 30 years experience fishing and exploring the many watersheds of northern California.

The pictures you are seeing are just a snapshot of the fishing and sightseeing adventure that I offer to share with you.

Please feel free to contact me via email with any questions; or via phone at (530)-604-6854 (cell).

The summer season is upon us and the temps are rising but the fish are still active and plentiful. The water is low and clear and the fish seem to be spread out throughout the system. The migratpry waterfoul are all over the river and that combined with some unseanoably warm weather, the lower Sac, from Redding to Anderson, will host terrific fishing for the next couple of months. Look for the best fishing through the mid morning and early afternoon and again in the evening. Look for overcast days (even a little rain) with light winds as those conditions spell great fishing.