Tag Archives: Klamath River

Klamath River Salmon Update

By: Mick Thomas The Klamath River is absolutely loaded with salmon right now. Unfortunately, we met the quota for adult Chinook September 12 and the Lower Klamath River is now open to possession of only jack salmon and hatchery steelhead. Meanwhile, it’s been a phenomenal run. It’s off the charts and there’s way more salmon […]

Klamath River Estuary Fishing Well Now

By: Mick Thomas It’s been a long time since fishing was this good on the Klamath River. I’m surprised how good it is. The numbers of salmon we’ve seen in the last month on the Klamath Estuary exceed anything we’ve seen in the last 15 years, and it’s just starting. I don’t even remember catching […]

Late Klamath River Salmon Moving Through the Lower River Fast

By: Alan Borges Unlike the last few seasons this year’s salmon on the Klamath River aren’t holding up in pools. They are moving through the system fast. We are catching fish with sea lice 15 miles upriver. If fact, I caught my first fish with any color on it today. I think the water is […]