Many more Salmon have returned to Northern California rivers this year compared to last year, meaning a much improved allowance for anglers. Fishery scientists say around 380,000 spawning Sacramento River Fall-Run Chinook will allow for a 2 Salmon daily limit starting August 1st below the Deschutes Road Bridge and above the Red Bluff Diversion Dam. South of Red Bluff the season starts July 16th. The Klamath and Trinity Rivers will also have a 2 Salmon daily limit, only one of which can be larger than 22 inches. The Klamath season opens August 15th, and the Trinity September 1st. All the rules and details are posted on the CDFW website.