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.
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.
The recent rain and this years fire have had the river out of shape for most of the week. We have been playing the waiting game and things are going to rise again. We had a few days to fish last week and we got some nice Klamath River Steel. I am hearing some whispering about winter chrome being caught on the lower river so we might be heading down riv.
Despite high and muddy river conditions the Klamath River Fishing is still going strong. We have been getting some nice steelhead side-drifting yarn and eggs. The fish have been hanging out in some of the softer seams but cant resist the sight of a snack when it goes by.
Sorry for the delay on the fishing report, but we have been extremely busy here on the Klamath River. The Klamath River fishing is in the middle of a transition and we are finding fish in some of the winter holes. The salmon are pretty much done spawning and the steelhead are starting to spread out. We have been getting fish on fly's, yarn, eggs, and plugs. You pick your technique and we will put you on the fish. We have a few new guides working for us this year with some open dates so give us a call today.