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We are presently Booking for Summer/Fall Run Chinook Salmon and Steelhead. Book Now for Remaining Available Dates.

December 18 - Finally we are seeing normal rain fall and snow pack in costal hills. Already, a few boats are putting few early run steelhead in their boats in between the recent heavy rain storms we have been seeing. The fishing should get better as we get into January and February.

My lack of reports of the Klamath is a sure indication that during the season with the lack of river flow and high river temperatures that it was difficult at best to tell how good the fishing would be on a day to day basis. Some days we did fair to good and other days we had to work harder than we should have to find fish on the Klamath.
We have not seen a normal or decent spring salmon run on the Klamath in over four years.  This year with a costal range snow pack, that fishery should be on the recovery and should be decent to good.  Pictured below are a few pictures during the fall run, as well as, the elk I knocked down during my annual hunt in Montana.

I also would to thank all my friend and clients that fished with me this year and wish you the best holiday happiness posible.

March 13 - As we enter into our fourth year of drought and now rain in sight, my winter steelhead fishing is coming to an end.  When we had decent rain the fishing was good. Pictured below are some of the results.  The spring salmon with the present conditions continuing the spring salmon run will be short lived and probably take place during the last part of April and the month of May.  The Summer run steelhead and salmon should take off around the 1st of July and run through the fall or early October.  These runs should be good depending on River temperatures.  The Pacific Fisheries council and Fish and Wildlife are talking about a better run this year, which could lead to a higher quota, but we would get the final ruling until probably June.  The fishing was good last year, but with the low quota we were only able to keep the smaller salmon after the quota was met. This year should be better, so book early for our recommendation and best dates.