Klamath River Fishing Guide that provides Salmon, Trout, and Steelhead fishing trips on the Klamath, Smith, Rogue, Umpqua, Coquille, and Chetco Rivers. We employ all techniques for Salmon and Steelhead including side-drifting, fly fishing, back trolling plugs, and back bouncing.
The Klamath River fishing is on fire right now. We are seeing lots of adult and jack salmon in the middle sections of the river. The steelhead are also here and if you have never experienced a salmon steelhead combo trip on the klamath river in the fall you should add it to your bucket list. This is looking like another good start to the famous half pounder season on the Klamath River.
The Klamath River Fishing is off to a good start this fall. We have been seeing allot of fish all the way up in Happy Camp. We went 3 for 6 today on the salmon using floats and pro-cured eggs. The Steelhead are rising and the Kings jumping all over the place. This run is a few weeks ahead of schedule and with the commercial quota already meet and the subsistence season not to far behind the sport fisherman should have a great year on the Klamath River. We are booking up fast and have only a few dates left for our Klamath season so give us a call if you want to rip lips.
Klamath River fishing is starting to pick up, the last few weeks the jacks and the steelhead have been piling in. This week the guides on the lower river have been seeing 2 to 4 adult KINGS per boat. This beast was taken on some pro-cured eggs. Despite the low water conditions fish have been moving in and hanging out near the creeks and riffles.
Rogue River Salmon fishing continues to be good, we got 2 bites and put one in the net. Whitney finally got to go springer fishing and put the smack down on a wild Chinook. The month of July should continue to be fair fishing with even better weather.
Here is some fish porn for all you die hard's with the fever. We spent the last few days grinding out the springers and enjoyed some nice weather doing so. The rogue river salmon fishing has been tough but we have been getting a couple opportunities a day and if luck has it we get a bite to stick and put some meat in the boat. The spring Chinook season on the Rogue River is closing in on the mid point so you still have time to wet a line.
Jed and his son Mike came out and put in some work, Mike got his first salmon on his first drift boat ride.
Ja Zelle with help from her dad Rudy put a wild one in the net. First hole, first bait, first trip, and first fish...