We are happy to be rolling out a summer special again this year. In an effort to offer our guests the option to avoid some of the mid-day summer heat that we can get here in Redding, we are offering this fishing and lodging package at a discounted rate.

This is what the trip would look like: Head up to Redding in the afternoon, meet your guide and start fishing by 4pm to fish the evening session until sun down. This is usually a special window of the day when the bugs can come off strong and the trout can get aggressive in the fading, summer light.

Spend the night at the nicest lodging accommodations in Redding at the Sheraton hotel. Get up early the next morning and fish the morning session while the temps are still comfortable and get off the water by lunch time.

We’ve had a strong start to the Summer fishing season on the Lower Sac – come see why summer is the most underrated season of the year!



Rates are per boat (maximum 2 people)

$575 per person (based on double occupancy)

In effect: June 20 – August 31, 2024

Package includes:

  • Two half days of guided fly fishing (all inclusive for both anglers)
  • One night lodging at the Sheraton in Redding (amenities include: complimentary breakfast, wifi, parking, taxes & fees)

*In order to take advantage of the special offering, please mention the “Summer Special” at the time of inquiry.


We are proud to partner with the Sheraton Redding Hotel at the Sundial Bridge, offering our guests convenient and comfortable lodging accommodations. Ideally situated on the banks of the Sacramento River, the Sheraton is within eyesight of most of our local guided fly fishing meeting points.


A 50% deposit is required upon booking your trip, and the remaining balance is due at the end of your trip. Your deposit is fully refundable if you cancel at least 30 days prior to your trip. If you cancel within 30 days, your deposit will be forfeited. Be sure to bring your current CA fishing license along with a steelhead report card.

At this time, we are only accepting cash, check, or credit card.* Our mailing address for check payment is: 3402 Bechelli Ln Unit G, Redding, CA 96002

*PLEASE NOTE: A 2.9% + 30 cents per transaction fee will be applied to all credit card transactions.


While we make every effort to ensure customer satisfaction and safety, there are some factors that are outside of our control. Your guide reserves the right to cancel or reschedule a trip due to unsafe weather or unfavorable river conditions. Our fishing trips will not be canceled simply because of cold weather, rain, or snow. If the river is fishable, you should expect your guided fly fishing trip will take place.

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