How To Do a Sardine Wrapped Kwikfish or Flatfish for Salmon Fishing

One of the most effective ways to catch a salmon fishing in the Sacramento River is to use a sardine wrapped kwikfish or flatfish. The technique recommends that an angler present this bait in front of a salmon returning from the ocean back to its spawning grounds. This can be done by siting in an anchored boat with fast moving current and letting the lure out behind the boat. It can also be done by trolling to get the lure to dive down to the proper depth where the salmon may be swimming. I have caught many salmon using this technique. In this video, I share with you how to wrap a sardine fillet on to a kwikfish for flatfish. Enjoy. Please follow, like and share this video. I am grateful for your support. #JUHammah #JUNationFishing #NewsBreakFishing #SalmonFishing #SacramentoRiverFishing #SardineWrappedKwikfish #SardineWrappedFlatfish

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