Fish Report for 1-30-2019

Sturgeon and Striped Bass Seem to be the Ticket

California Delta Chambers & Visitors Bureau

Sturgeon and striped bass seem to be the ticket for those fishing the outgoing tides in San Pablo Bay. Some anglers are having banner days on both species catching as many as seven legal sturgeon to 59.5 inches and two fish limits of striped bass to 10 pounds. Mud shrimp seems to be the preferred bait. Some of the best action is taking place from the Pumphouse to Sonoma Creek with no reports coming from the Richmond/San Rafael Bridge area.

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California Delta Chambers & Visitors Bureau Reports
for Monday, January 28th

Sacramento Delta: Inclement weather conditions slowing down the bites
American River: Steelhead fishing picking up
Lake Camanche: Trout fishing remains very good
Lake Amador: Trout plant update
San Luis Reservoir: Solid striped bass fishing
Limits on sand dabs, sole and Dungeness crab