"Today 14 additional bodies were located, which brings our total number to 23," Sheriff Kory Honea said.
The bodies were recovered in and around Paradise, California, a mountain community some 90 miles (145 km) north of Sacramento left devastated by the 'Camp Fire'.
Firefighters are battling two monster wildfires in northern and southern California which burned out of control on Saturday. The massive fires has already killed at least nine people and forced hundreds of thousands to flee their homes.
According to a report by Reuters, the Camp Fire has burned down more than 6,700 homes and businesses in Paradise, more structures than any other California wildfire on record.
An additional 35 people had been reported missing and three firefighters had been injured.
From miles around, acrid smoke could be seen in the sky around Paradise, the sun barely visible. On the ground, cars were reduced to metal carcasses, while power lines were also gnawed by the flames.
Governor-elect Gavin Newsom has declared a state of emergency to provide assistance to the hardest-hit areas in the fire-prone state.
Fanned by strong winds, the 'Camp fire' has so far scorched 100,000 acres (40,500 hectares) and is 20 per cent contained, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Cal Fire) said Saturday.