The team at Wild Waters has been busy. Last week we’ve had some windy days with a substantial temperature drop, but still had some great trips. Most of our days are spent on the Upper and Lower Sacramento and the McCloud River. On the McCloud we have been mainly throwing dry flies. Mid-day yellow sallies and pmd’s are making the bite last throughout the day. Once the big goldens start dropping down from the trees around 5 pm the big rainbows turn to them and throwing the big bug can make for some awesome grabs. The Upper Sac is also fishing well with dry flies. Golden Stones everywhere!! Take a look at some great photos from last week. We so appreciate all the business and look forward to taking you fishing soon.
The team at Wild Waters Fly Fishing has been guiding everywhere lately. Fishing has been a mix between good and excellent, because of changing weather patterns and windy days. The hatches have been pretty thick as our windshields can attest. May has been all about the dry fly and its been a treat to fish some of the bigger ones. Golden Stones, Grey Drakes, Green Drakes, and the Salmonfly. I like big bugs and I can not lie.
Beyond the Lower Sacramento’s stellar year most of the highlights have been on the McCloud, Klamath and Rogue Rivers.
Two groups for two days each, on the Rogue river. With a house just a couple hundred yards from the boat ramp we stayed, played, and enjoyed some cold weather steelhead fishing. A really great couple of trips!!! Hope to see you next year. Lots of great photos here…..
Oct. and the first part of Nov. on the Klamath river was a great time to be hunting Steelhead. As we near the end of the Salmon run, and egg bite feeding frenzies, don’t be sad. Well into Winter, the Steelhead fishing will continue on the Klamath River and we hope to see you out there.
We are a guide run guide service, and we have been slammed. Fishing has taken us all over the place and during these hot August days we found ourselves all wet. Check out this great video recap!!!
The Lower Sacramento continues to give good fishing days with some really quality fish.Right now the Lower Sac is the best choice for some drift boat fishing.
Recent rains have pushed some fresh fish up into to the top ends of the Klamath and flows have dropped back down to low.
So sorry for the lack of posts, its that time of the year again and everyone is out on the water. My trips have been on the Klamath mostly and some days on the McCloud. Thanks everyone for coming out this Oct. and making it a successful month for Wild Waters Fly Fishing.
Another fantastic trip on the McCloud at the Bollibookka Club. Fishing was spotty with the best places in spots more difficult to get to. Thank you Gene for bringing up another fantastic group. See you soon. Continue Reading →