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Amazing weather window and good fishing action

Doesn't get much better
Photo Credit: Scott Caldwell

by Scott Caldwell
3-7-2018
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My clients Bill and Tim really scored on the weather window the past two days. Sunday they fished Klamath and yesterday Lake Siskiyou. Both day provided little to no wind and T-shirt/jeans warm Sun. Lol more me the T-shirt guy. Lake Siskiyou gave us all she is known for beautiful scenery, glassy water and steady tasty Trout action. The guys caught all flavors of Trout (Brook Brown and Rainbow) on a variety trolled gear. Flies plugs and spoons all produced Trout action. The best producer was a Sep's Dodger in hammered silver with a woolly bugger trailer tipped and dipped with garden hackle and Pro-Cure shrimp krill oil. All these fish were fat healthy and hard fighting. They also  had lovely orange meat perfect for the grill or frying pan Mmmm.  Come on out and enjoy Lake Siskiyou before the summer camping season begins. As you can see by the picture's and videos there is no fishing pressure and you can't scenery.

VIDEO from yesterdays trip 

Give me a call at 530 905 0758 or email me at Scott@Caldwellfishing.com or Book Online it is that easy 

Bill and Tim had quite a weather window awesome!
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