Manuel Saldana Jr. of MSJ Guide Service announced he’s packing it in for Chinook fishing as the Feather River’s levels are now deemed too low.
Here’s Manuel’s final report:
“(Department of Water Resources) just dropped the river flow to 800 cfs on the Feather River yesterday 11/6/14. So that wraps it up for the king salmon for me for 2014. I now will switch to stripers in the Delta for the next few months. We all need to pray for some rain. I hope to see everyone at the ISE show in Sacramento this year. If you can stop by my booth, I would like to meet some you in person that I have not yet met.”
Call Manuel at (530) 301-7455 to book a trip.
Here a few of the final kings caught in the Feather this season:
Meanwhile, Scott Feist of Feisty Fish Guide Service is also gearing up for Delta stripers:
The bite has been solid for the past few weeks and it should remain good until the holidays are over. I fish stripers many ways in the Delta; from live bait, spooning, casting and trolling. The fall is beautiful in the Delta with some amazing days of fishing. I am typically guiding waterfowl, but with the low water situation, I will be chasing stripers! If you would like to spend a day fishing delta stripers or would like some more information please give me a call!!!
Scott Feist can be reached at (530) 923-2634.