Larry lands a lunker, fly fishing on the Lower Sacramento River

Larry lands a lunker, enters Shasta Trout Lower Sacramento River

December 13, 2011

On his first visit with Shasta Trout on a guided trip with Craig,  Larry decided to skip a second day of steelheading on the Klamath for a warm sunny day on the Lower Sacramento River chasing trophy trout.  It also conveniently put him closer to his home for the drive back to the Bay Area.  He asked how the river had been fishing and Craig said we’ve not seen a lot of numbers but we’ve found some nice fish lately.  It turned out to be a very good decision as Larry landed a fish of a lifetime in the very first run of the day.  Yesterday’s fishing report that mentioned, “This is the place and time of year when a trophy can find it’s way into your net,” came true for Larry, as this was easily his largest trout ever, and gained him entry into Shasta Trout’s “Hawg of Fame!”

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