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Topic: American River FishNChill October 7th  (Read 2886 times)

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Petaluma Bill

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Stoopid noob question, trying to figure out the regulations... barbless hooks required?


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Stoopid noob question, trying to figure out the regulations... barbless hooks required?

Not a dumb question, Bill. Not asking is dumb..


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Stoopid noob question, trying to figure out the regulations... barbless hooks required?
barbed hooks allowed in this section of the river.  i doubt you'll be able to paddle upstream to the barbless zone from howe.
the barbless section ends at ancil hoffman park SMUD powerlines. anything downstream from there is barby-capable.


Here are the coordinates of the powerlines:
https://www.google.com/maps/place/38%C2%B036'14.5%22N+121%C2%B018'53.3%22W/@38.6040278,-121.3153541,19z

38°36'14.5"N 121°18'53.3"W
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Petaluma Bill

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Stoopid noob question, trying to figure out the regulations... barbless hooks required?
barbed hooks allowed in this section of the river.  i doubt you'll be able to paddle upstream to the barbless zone from howe.
the barbless section ends at ancil hoffman park SMUD powerlines. anything downstream from there is barby-capable.


Here are the coordinates of the powerlines:
https://www.google.com/maps/place/38%C2%B036'14.5%22N+121%C2%B018'53.3%22W/@38.6040278,-121.3153541,212m/data=!3m2!1e3!4b1!4m13!1m6!3m5!1s0x0:0xcf4a92a9265db895!2sAncil+Hoffman+Park!8m2!3d38.611886!4d-121.310789!3m5!1s0x0:0x0!7e2!8m2!3d38.6040163!4d-121.3147997
38°36'14.5"N 121°18'53.3"W
Thanks man, I was trying to figure it out on my own but I don’t know the area so the landmarks aren’t familiar to me.


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Also, no non buoyant lures over 1 ounce are allowed to have trebles.  so anything like a spinner or a jig that is more than 1 oz in weight has to have a single hook. 


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Also, no non buoyant lures over 1 ounce are allowed to have trebles.  so anything like a spinner or a jig that is more than 1 oz in weight has to have a single hook.
Is that where we're fishing or in the barbless section?
http://www.norcalkayakanglers.com/index.php?topic=42846.msg470404#msg470404

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Also, no non buoyant lures over 1 ounce are allowed to have trebles.  so anything like a spinner or a jig that is more than 1 oz in weight has to have a single hook.
Is that where we're fishing or in the barbless section?
it is the entire american river.


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Also, no non buoyant lures over 1 ounce are allowed to have trebles.  so anything like a spinner or a jig that is more than 1 oz in weight has to have a single hook.
Is that where we're fishing or in the barbless section?

You and Brian going to make it out?

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If by bryan you mean me i shall be there bright and early



Also, no non buoyant lures over 1 ounce are allowed to have trebles.  so anything like a spinner or a jig that is more than 1 oz in weight has to have a single hook.
Is that where we're fishing or in the barbless section?

You and Brian going to make it out?

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If by bryan you mean me i shall be there bright and early



Also, no non buoyant lures over 1 ounce are allowed to have trebles.  so anything like a spinner or a jig that is more than 1 oz in weight has to have a single hook.
Is that where we're fishing or in the barbless section?

You and Brian going to make it out?

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Sory! Spelt ur nam rong...doh!

I'm going to try to make it.

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FYI, there will be boaters launching as well, mostly small aluminums..try to be fast or wheel your kayaks to the right of the ramp on the beach. Stuck a nice 17lb. Hen upriver from Howe..there's some big fish coming in gents..don't forget the net and tie good knots. 1oz weights on a 2ft dropper with a 3 and half ft leader to a spinner on a 3wY swivel has been working best for me. Anchored or trolled. U need to be in some good current tho if your gonna back troll Quickfish, or spinners. Roe is always a good option too. 3 days to go!!! :smt007 :smt007
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Also, no non buoyant lures over 1 ounce are allowed to have trebles.  so anything like a spinner or a jig that is more than 1 oz in weight has to have a single hook.
Is that where we're fishing or in the barbless section?

You and Brian going to make it out?

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Yes, I'll be there also. Hopefully things will go better for me than it did the last time I was on the river.  :smt009
http://www.norcalkayakanglers.com/index.php?topic=42846.msg470404#msg470404

The charm of fishing is that it is the pursuit of what is elusive but attainable, a perpetual series of occasions for hope.  ~John Buchan


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I'll swing by after class to chill for a little while if anyone is still on shore
Do it until you scream, then a short pause is acceptable.
Mental?  perhaps


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Dang it! I can't make it this Saturday. Anybody plan on fishing Sunday? Do you guys know a good place to launch at Freeport?


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Dang it! I can't make it this Saturday. Anybody plan on fishing Sunday? Do you guys know a good place to launch at Freeport?


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Right next to the bridge, on the east side.

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