With the salmon season winding down, I’m looking forward to the winter steelhead season to start.  I will be fishing all the Northcoast Rivers for steelhead this year.   With the recent rainfall this Fall it looks like it will be a promising year for salmon and steelhead fishing.  To book a trip for steelhead, I still have dates available.

Current fishing has been exceptionally well for large salmon, adult steelhead and a large amount of half-pounders.  The fly fishing has been world-class if not the best ever.  It’s still early and more fish should be pushing in anytime.  If your’e interested in booking a fly fishing trip, fishing trip or scenic trip, I still have some available dates open.

So far this year has been promising.  We have been catching adult steelhead ranging from 5 to 10-lbs and adult salmon ranging from 10 to 20 lbs.  For those who are still looking to book a trip for September, I still have a handful of openings.

The weather has been nice and today there was a handful of large steelhead and a few half-pounders. I fished the last 2 days landing 19 adult steelhead ranging from 6-12 pounds. The fishing has been good and will continue for the rest of the month. I still have dates available if you’re interested in booking a trip.

The Klamath River is considered by most fly fishers to have the best fishing for wild salmon and steelhead in all of California. When you consider that this river flows through the most beautiful wilderness of Northern California, and you will be casting over ocean run 10 lb fish that will take you into your backing, then you will understand why a fly fishing trip on the Klamath will be one of your greatest life experiences.

The best fly fishing usually happens from September through October and into November, as long as the winter rains hold off. When the winter storms come, the river muddies up and flows increase to the point where fishing with a fly becomes pretty rugged.

You will have unlimited opportunities to cast from Mr. Carlson’s 17-ft drift boat, and to wade the famously productive riffles found from Blue Creek down river to the Mouth of the Klamath.