Yuba River Guided Fly Fishing Trips
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About Fly Fishing The North Yuba River
North Yuba River is a fascinating fishery with the most beautiful rainbows out there. From the headwaters down to Bullard's Bar reservoir the river is filled with pocket water, long runs, and deep pools that hold some 5+ pound trout. It is an ideal home for a trout as the water runs cold, even during the dog days of summer.
About Fly Fishing The Lower Yuba River
The Lower Yuba River is a must fly fishing experience; it's a river that has all the essential qualities that makes it a "must fish" destination spot. This river is a tail water fishery that provides cold water year round and supports a healthy population of steelhead, Chinook salmon, rainbow and the occasional brown trout. Aquatic insects flourish here as well with prolific hatches of pale morning dun and march brown mayflies, caddisflies, and the skwala stonefly just to name a few. The Lower Yuba offers anglers many different fishing opportunities to choose from but the highlight is the winter dry fly fishing where hunting heads and technical presentations reward the angler. Learn more about fly fishing the Lower Yuba River.
Yuba River Fishing Reports
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