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A fisherman holds a large salmon he landed during a boating trip at New Melones.
- Fishing guides
Guide: Bill Ferrero, Mokelumne River Outfitters
Expertise: Ferrero knows the Mokelumne River as well as anyone. He offers guided trips down the Mokelumne for conventional and fly fishing, with a focus on trout, steelhead and salmon.
Guide: Capt. Mike Costello, Pacific Adventures
Expertise: With an expertise in fly fishing, Costello offers guided trips on the Delta, focusing on the Mokelumne, Stanislaus and Lower Sacramento rivers.
Contact: 209-367-5997 or 209-327-6153; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guide: Capt. Joe Aksamit, Joefish Guide Service
Expertise: Aksamit specializes in the Mother Lode region (Pardee, New Melones, Hogan, Camanche) and the Delta, with a focus on rainbow and brown trout, kokanee salmon and stripers.
Contact: 209-327-9929; email@example.com.
Guide: Capt. Larry Aaker, Larry Aaker Guide Service
Expertise: Aaker provides guided trips on New Melones, Lake Berryessa, Camanche, Pardee, Lake Don Pedro, the Sacramento River and the Delta.
Contact: 209-366-0662; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guide: Capt. Mark Delnero, Fin Addict Sportfishing
Expertise: Delnero’s specialty is striper and sturgeon fishing in the Delta and the San Francisco Bay and salmon fishing on the Pacific.
Contact: 209-367-4665; email@example.com.
Posted: Wednesday, May 28, 2014 12:00 am
With clear Sierra streams flowing through the foothills, man-made reservoirs that stretch for miles and the meandering waters of the Delta nearby, Lodi is an angler’s dream.
From Lake Don Pedro in the south to Folsom Lake in the north, a leisurely drive in virtually any direction will bring you to some of California’s premier fishing destinations. Most spots can be reached in 45 minutes or less.
Or, use your
Wednesday, May 28, 2014 12:00 am.