California Delta Map

Franko’s Maps

Complete map and guide of the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers for boaters, fisherpeople, and everyone who loves the Delta. Includes detailed insets of Sacramento, Suisun Bay, Bethel Island and Discovery Bay, air and water temperature chart, bridge clearance data, Delta fish chart, and more.


2009, 19" x 27" unfolded, 4¾" x 9" folded. ISBN 978-1-60190-133-0

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