Where can I fish on the Sacramento River? Discovery Park: Arguably the best fishing spot within the Sacramento city limits, Discovery Park is located at the confluence of the Sacramento and American rivers. It provides extensive shore fishing access to both rivers, along with excellent boat launch facilities.
What fish are biting in the Sacramento River? Runs of Steelhead and Chinook Salmon in the Fall and Winter months. The river also contains runs of anadromous fish including Chinook Salmon, Steelhead (sea-run Rainbow Trout), Striped Bass, American Shad, Sturgeon, and resident Trout and warm water species where water temperatures and habitat is suitable.
Where is the Minnow Hole Sacramento River? Located in Sacramento, it’s several miles upstream of Garcia Bend off of 43rd Avenue. It’s a popular spot for both shad and salmon anglers because of its easy bank access.
Where are salmon biting on Sacramento River? The section of the Sacramento River from the Deschutes Road bridge to the Red Bluff Diversion Dam will open to salmon fishing on Aug. 1. Anglers are hoping for better fishing when the section above the diversion dam opens. Information: https://wildlife.ca.gov/Fishing/Inland.