The McCloud River
It’s hard to imagine a better river to go trout fishing than the McCloud river. She is known for her rugged beauty, glacial waters, prolific hatches, indigenous rainbows, migratory browns and abundant variety of riffles, runs and pools. Green Drakes, PMD’s, Golden Stones, Salmon Flies and October Caddis make it possible to fish dry flies exclusively all year round. That said it’s not wise to leave a spot before you check out what’s down below. On a day with me you’ll catch fish with dries, nymphs and streamers often in the same spot. I’ll show you how and carry the extra rods. This trip is for the fit and adventurous, you will be exhausted and thrilled by days end. I’ll also provide you enough good healthy food to make it through the day in the wilderness. I am so lucky to spend so many days waist deep in one of the most beautiful places in the world. She is my muse and guiding for the last 9 years has only been an excuse to be on her banks most of my days. Yeah I’ve learned a bit more than others about fishing dries, pick pocketing and the big browns but that’s only time on the water. Experience is what makes a good guide measured in days on the water not years. Come see why I love this river so much. Prices are for 1-2 people, though I have plenty of experience organizing large groups. Full Day $395 (Includes all terminal tackle and stream-side lunch)
CHECK THE FLOWS AND TURBIDITY BEFORE YOUR TRIP!
While your here visit the Historic Town of McCloud http://www.mccloudchamber.com
The McCloud Hall of Fame.
A few pigs, hogs toads & whales.
On a mouse!