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.
Klamath River Fishing reports are showing signs of a transition. We have been working the middle and lower sections of the river and have finally started to see a few winter steelhead. We have been getting rain every few days and the river is starting to turn green and come up a little bit. The spawning beds are starting to be ghosts towns and the metalheads are spreading out on us. Side drifting and plugs have been producing fish for us and I have the river all to myself. Let's go get some fish, we have lots of guides with days open in December so give us a call today to book you Klamath River Adventure.
Klamath River Fishing continues to be steady for Ironhead Guide Service. We have late Chinook still spawning, coho biting for some crazy reason, and lost of adult steelhead tugging on the ends of our line. We are seeing some fish moving into the typical steelhead holding water and taking up residency in there winter holes. December is looking pretty good for winter steelhead on the Klamath River and we have lots of guides available so lets go work off some of that holiday food.
The Klamath River Fishing has been heating up and we have been seeing a lot of adult fish. I have been fishing for a month and a half strait and every day I am seeing fresh fish. I have been getting fish that have been feeding on eggs for a couple of weeks and fish that have just showed up for the party skinny and mean. Its been a weird and different year do to low and warm water conditions. But the fish are still here and we are waking and staking fish in the net.
Sorry for the delay in the klamath river fishing report, we have been really busy fishing. The salmon season is running a little late this year so we are still seeing lots of salmon in the holding waters around the spawning areas. We have been getting lots of bites on lures and bait, and have been getting a few nice steelhead in between. We have boats with open dates for next few weeks so let go 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.