Flows are very manageable and the Salmon Flies are making an appearance. John hooked a couple of nice adult Steelhead back to back that grabbed on the surface, both takes had him giggling. Most fish were small, and Caddis hatches were much thicker than Stoneflies. We expect to see some really fun drift boat fishing on the Klamath over the next few weeks.
We had a blast working with the Xola crew and we look forward to seeing what comes out of a really fun day of filming/fishing.
I simply love guiding with dry flies all day long and am getting pretty good keeping up with the constant changes in preferences between Yellow Sallies, PMDs, Drakes and Stones. We changed flies all day caught fish all day. Great job Kory! on his first fly fishing trip he landed 17 McCloud beauties. I started getting jealous.
Keith and I spent the day on a very cool fishery. Fish ate dry flies, nymphs, and streamers. We haven’t fished the Wood much but with what we saw today I think thats gonna change.
With June just around the corner fish everywhere are staring to look up. Amber and I took advantage of a evening hatch.