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Striper Fishing American River - Sac

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I am in northwest Nevada, new to the area, and some friends have told me that the striper fishing can be really good when they are migrating inland in the Sacramento area. I have been told the Sacramento river holds stripers as well.

Anyone care to share a location I can fish from shore (no boat yet), best time of the year, and the gear, lures or live bait needed?

I am starting from scratch out here. Any info or help would be appreciated. Thanks

Kevin (aka Glades)

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Looks like I will just hire a guide to show me the locations, techniques, and answer my questions.

Thank you all.

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I've never actually fished for them there.  There is a local guide RJ Bennett from Xtreme-angling guide service... he may be able to give you an area to bank fish.

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I've never actually fished for them there.  There is a local guide RJ Bennett from Xtreme-angling guide service... he may be able to give you an area to bank fish.

Thanks Dtack

I will contact him.

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Thanks Dtack

I will contact him.

 

My pleasure!

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Contact Andy "Cooch" Caccia, good guide and good advice.

Tom

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