Lower Yuba River

Lower Yuba River – Drift Boat/Walk and Wade

Full Day: $525 (1-2 Anglers) / Half Day: $400 (1-2 Anglers)

 

The Lower Yuba River is a tailwater fishery that fishes all year long. Located near Browns valley California, it has abundant insect hatches and the dry fly fishing can be amazing during the winter months. The river is infamous for its Skwala stonefly and March brown hatches. These fish are 100% wild and notorious for their hard fights. Pound for pound, inch for inch these are some of the hardest fighting fish in the Sacramento Valley. There are also opportunities for Shad and Striper, below Daguerre Point Dam, during summertime. Depending on the time of year, we fish this river with a variety of tactics. Dry fly, indicator nymphing, tight lining, streamer, and spey are all effective ways the fish the Lower Yuba River.

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