Ten anglers will enjoy a real steelhead camp 18 miles downstream of Happy Camp. With a fabulous spey run on the property and a short jaunt to some of the best he Klamath has to offer, this camp is ideal.
Three nights lodging in Canvas Tent Cabins along side the river.
Three days of chef prepared fine meals.
Three days of guided fishing. 1 guide per 2 anglers. $1200 per angler.
The Mt Shasta Fly Fishing Retreat.
July 9-12th Only a few spots left.
September 23rd-26th SOLD OUT.
October 5th-8th Only a few spots left.
Eight fly anglers will enjoy the majestic retreat with the finest trout and steelhead fishing, spectacular lodging and fine food. $1900 per person. With a minimum of 6 anglers.
Rick is our veteran guide and the Wild Waters manager. He is our boss man making sure we run a first class outfitter operation with your satisfaction and enjoyment of the day you book with us his number one goal. When his office duties are caught up he is either guiding or fishing our famed waters. He has been guiding for 20 plus years locally and fly fishing for over 40 years in the western United States, Canada, Alaska, Argentina and New Zealand. His reputation as a patient instructor is noteworthy and his knowledge of our rivers is a valuable asset. A day with Rick will offer you the opportunity to learn some of his tricks that he gathered over the years.
Chuck is co-owner of Wild Waters Fly Fishing. He believes in a simplified approach, of having fun, educating, and catching fish. With more than a decade of guiding experience in Northern California and Southern Oregon, and a lifetime of days on the water, your in good hands fishing with Chuck.
Ellis has been a Fly Fishing Guide for over 15 years and has a tremendous ability to teach his passion and skills on to anglers of all ages.
Few people know more spots then Andy Marx. He has fished everywhere in the State of Jefferson, knows every hole, riffle , run and pool on the Klamath and has a new love of guiding people into Steelhead on the swing.
Carl’s passion for fly fishing has defined the better part of his life and has led him on a journey through the magical waters of the great State of Jefferson.
After moving to the town of McCloud nearly a decade ago and being introduced to her magical waters he fell in love and never looked back.
You can find Carl spending most of his spring and summer on the McCloud and Sacramento River and fall and winter chasing steelhead on the Klamath. Hardly a day goes by where you can’t find him near water with a rod in hand.
Carl’s as comfortable casting tiny dry flies to a rising redband as he is trying to coax a steelhead from the depths with a spey rod. A talented fly tier, often the steelhead flies he ties are as important to him as the fish willing to eat it.
The fabled Klamath river runs through his front yard and it’s as important as anything for him to share the value in protecting and caring for our rivers for the future so we can enjoy them forever.
His patience, personality and local knowledge makes him a good match from beginners and experienced anglers alike.
Anthony is a Nor Cal native who grew up exploring the rivers of the North State fishing for trout and steelhead. He is a graduate of Sonoma State University with a degree in Environmental Science and an emphasis on conservation and restoration. Anthony held an internship with the Salmon Protection and Watershed Network (SPAWN) and conducted two years of research on Pacific Salmon and steelhead population declines with a focus on the reasons and solutions. Since Guide School, Anthony has spent summers guiding in Alaska at Wilderness Place Lodge and at Kulik Lodge. During the Fall, Winter and Spring months, Anthony calls Redding, CA home. His passion for fly fishing and the outdoors is infectious and his easy going personality and exceptional technical skills are appreciated by all.