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Rogue River Fishing Report

 

The Rogue River is seeing some good winter steelhead fishing. We have been putting in some days on the Shady Cove stretch. Some nice steelhead are being caught under the indicator as well as on the swung fly. Most of our trips are incorporating both techniques. With crystal clear water we are excited about this storm system to perhaps put just enough color to improve our chances on the swung fly. This is perhaps the best bet for your winter fishing trip. Continue Reading →

She is ablaze and seemingly irreverent.

You would think there would be an effect as she burns upriver. As choppers lifted buckets of her clean glacial waters to drop on charred forest, mayflies emerged through a floating layer of ash into an apocalyptic world of strange beauty. Those that were too cautious were eaten by streaks of rainbows and browns. The balance was surreal. Continue Reading →

06.06.12 Klamath River Fishing Report

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.

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