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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: First Fresno Area Fishing Report  (Read 454 times)

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Wild Louisiana

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Hola folks,

I got a chance to compile some photos and notes from my recent trips in and around the Fresno area. I made it to Sequoia, Kings Canyon, Shasta Lake, and a few other locations. The rainbows seemed to be the most willing to play, but I did run into a few small mouth at Shasta Lake. Special thanks to crazyfisher and Big Jim here on the forum for giving me pointers and all around great info! It is very much appreciated.



New PB rainbow trout





Sequoia National Park



South Fork of the Kings River, Kings Canyon National Park



If you have time to read a full report on my blog, give it a gander here:

https://www.wildlouisianatours.com/2017/09/20/south-fork-of-the-kings-river-and-kings-canyon-and-sequoia-national-parks/

I'll be back in November, looking forward to meeting some more folks on the forum and of course doing some more fishing!


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awesome report with some amazing pictures. Sorry we couldn't connect. When its hot or when the salmon is hitting, I tend to migrate over to the coast. November would be a great time to target Striper at San Luis Reservior!! Let me know when you are back in November and we will hook up and search for them.

Read your blog...great work!






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Hell yeah dude!!!

Beautiful fish and great pics!

Hit me up when out here again and we'll get you back out on the salt!

I will be home either for Thanksgiving or early January and hope to see you back there as well!

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Jim

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Great write up on the blog, and fantastic pictures. Thx for sharing

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Good stuff! I'll checkout the blog. Congrats again on some beautiful trout. When you return it'll be time to start looking for steelies & sturgeon. With stripers, spots, crabs, and rockfish/lingcod in full swing. There's always something to fish for in CA.
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Wild Louisiana

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Thanks y'all!

Good stuff! I'll checkout the blog. Congrats again on some beautiful trout. When you return it'll be time to start looking for steelies & sturgeon. With stripers, spots, crabs, and rockfish/lingcod in full swing. There's always something to fish for in CA.

That sounds awesome! Enjoying all the options for sure, it's a great state for fishing.


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