Klamath River Fishing Guide that provides Salmon, Trout, and Steelhead fishing adventures on the Klamath, Smith, Rogue, Umpqua, Coquille, and Chetco river systems. We employ all techniques while pursuing Salmon, Trout, and Steelhead in the Northwest including side-drifting, fly fishing, back trolling, back bouncing, casting spoons/spinners, and float fishing.
Umpqua River fishing guides are finding a few fresh winter steelhead. We spent last last weekend trying to find places to fish do to recent rains. The river was still a little high but managed to hook into a a couple nice fish. The guides were picking up 3 to 5 fish a boat, with the plunkers doing just as good if not better. The rivers are dropping into shape and should start to fish good in the coming weeks. If you haven't booked your winter steelhead trip you might want to get on the horn, the peak of the season is coming soon and you don't want to miss out on these chrome rockets. (530) 598-0530
We did some scouting this week and found a few nice winter fish. The chrome bright steelhead are making their journey home and the fisherman are in hot pursuit. We got all of our fish side-drifting yarn and eggs. The fishing pressure was pretty high and most boats got a fish and the guides are seeing 3 to 5 fish per boat.We are moving our operation up north to offer trophy steelhead trips this season. I have lots of days left to fill so get a hold of me if you want to wet a line.
We have been blown out on the Klamath River for a couple of weeks and the river is finally starting to clear up. We ran some trips this weekend in the middle section of the Klamath and found a few nice fall fish. The Klamath River Fishing should start to pick up in the coming weeks so stay tuned. We still have available dates so give us a call if you want to wet a line.
The Klamath River Fishing is on hold for a bit, I had to cancel our trips this week because the river is BLOWN OUT. So we decided to do some gorilla bank fishing and got into some cold hard steel. The waters were high and off color but we tested our luck and ended up catching some nice adults. The winter fish are moving up the lower river and should be through out the entire river in a month or so.
Well folks look what I found, I fished the lower Klamath River this week and got our first winter steelhead. We have been struggling with rising and muddy river conditions for the last two weeks, but in between storms we have been testing the waters. The Klamath River Fishing is in a transition right now from our fall steelhead (half-pounders) to our winter steelhead. The winter steelhead season is my favorite time of the year and if you want to get in on some of the action and take a chance at the fish of a lifetime give us a call and lets go fishing.