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.
Salmon and Steelhead on the Klamath River are increasing their presence as each day passes. The Klamath River fall fishing is always good but this is the first season I have seen steelhead actively feeding on eggs in September. The salmon and steelhead are both biting and eggs have been the go to bait. We have been back-bouncing and boon-doging for salmon and side drifting for steelhead. We are getting 1 to 3 salmon, and 4 to 6 steelhead a day. The time of year we all have been waiting for is here, if you haven't made your plans to get to the famous Klamath River you're missing out. I have boats available for 3 days only in October, so you better act fast.
Klamath River fishing is starting to pick up, we are seeing salmon and steelhead in the middle section of the river. Most boats are getting a couple opportunities at some salmon and 3 to 5 steelhead a day. The rain this week should get some of the fish that are kegged up in the lower river heading for higher ground. We are getting geared up for our most productive and popular season on the middle Klamath River and only have a couple days left this fall so you better speak or forever wish you did.
Well, look what I found on my days off...Did some bobber
fishing on the Lower Klamath River and this one couldn’t resist the pro-cured
caviar. Didn’t see a lot of fish rolling but that doesn’t always mean they are
not home. We are now booking our fall salmon and steelhead trips on the Klamath
River and still have plenty of dates in September and a few in October. Don’t miss
out on the opportunity to put some meat in the freezer this fall, pick up the
phone and give us a call.
Klamath River Fishing looks to be on track for a pretty good salmon and steelhead season. The fish are milling around in the in the estuary and keep moving in and out with the tides. I have heard some reports of steelhead being caught in the lower section of the river, and a friend of mine told me today he has been seeing a few salmon each day. I was able to get some photos of a few sturgeon hanging out in the tribes holding tank at the mouth of the Klamath thought I might share with folks..
The salmon fishing on the Rogue River this spring has been pretty darn good. We have been getting a few opportunities a day and most of time ending up with a fish or two.
Back-bouncing pro cured eggs has been the ticket for us, the plugs have been getting a few fish as well. The fall fish will be showing up soon and the predictions are looking good for the Klamath, Sacramento, and Columbia river systems.
We are expanding our operation this year and will be running fall trips for the mighty KINGS on the Klamath and Rogue Rivers. We are filling up fast so if you want to come have a great time give me a call.