Sacramento’s proximity to not one but two major rivers, two lakes within a short drive, and
many city-stocked ponds makes for serious fishing heaven. You can drop a line any time of
year in Sacramento (if you have a license).
In agrarian areas such as ours, fall means harvest time. Hop in the car and taste some of our natural
resources at the Return of the Salmon Festival in Anderson and the Mountain Mandarin Festival in Auburn.
UFC fighter Chad Mendes comes on to talk about his win on Saturday night’s UFC 133. Chad tells us about his love for hunting and fishing when he’s not training for a fight. Dave asks […]
Two Marysville teens made a grisly discovery while fishing at Ellis Lake Wednesday night; they reeled in a woman’s body.
For the first time in four years California’s recreational Chinook salmon fishermen are gearing up for what is expected to be a normal-length season.
Cincinnati Reds manager Dusty Baker joins Grant from Arco Arena to talk about the day-to-day activities of being in the baseball off-season, his hobby of fishing, and how the Reds plan on rebounding for a […]
Folsom Lake is just minutes from Sacramento and is a great destination for boating, swimming, hiking, biking, camping and more.