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Klamath River - Upper - CA Fish Report for 11-29-2017

(530) 905-0758

Merry Fishmas Steelhead and Trout special

Scott Caldwell

Tis the Fishmas season! Happy holidays and may your fishing dreams come true. 

The Klamath river has been fishing well the past week. Winter Steelhead are hungry and more fish are moving through the entire system from the mouth to below Irongate reservoir on a daily basis. All methods of fishing from bait to fly fishing are producing fish. This is the time of year when you have a good shot at a hard fighting Klamath Steelhead in the 5 to 9 pound range.

Don't forget about the Lakes (McCloud, Siskiyou and Shasta) these fisheries all produce well during the winter months. Brook, Brown and Rainbow Trout still have to eat and can be caught on a variety of methods.

Fishing pressure is minimal on all these waters throughout the Holidays and  the following winter months. If your looking for some peace and quiet, great fishing, then give me a call. Mother nature may give us some snow and Mount Ashland and  Mount Shasta  offer some fantastic skiing options as well.

530 905 0758

Checkout my Booking Calendar and take advantage of my Merry Fishmas specials.

Save $50 to $150 daily
2 for 1 Tuesdays and 3 for 2 Thursdays
Book Saturday/Sunday and save $100

These Specials will be available daily through the end of December

Photo Credit: Scott Caldwell
Look at this fish gorging on smolts and Yakima bait company maglips with Pro-Cure Carpspit
Photo Credit: Scott Caldwell
Photo Credit: Scott Caldwell
Lake Siskiyou Brook Brown and Rainbow Trout are hungry hard fighting fish that can be caught on all methods throughout the Winter monthes
Photo Credit: Scott Caldwell
Snow permitting McCloud reservoir is an excellent option for fantastic Trout action
Photo Credit: Scott Caldwell
Brown Trout like this are cruising near the surface at Shasta Lake looking for easy meals
Photo Credit: Scott Caldwell
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