The fishing has been great! The Williamson has risen a little in the past couple days and the Wood remains very low (except way down low.) Lots of big fish are being caught in certain sections of both rivers.
The fishing just keeps getting better and better. Lots of big fish are being caught (if you know where to look.) I will get some pictures posted in the next couple days. The river levels are down,and were basically fishing end of July conditions. If you have any questions or are thinking about booking a fly fishing adventure, please contact Brent at 541-591-6221 or email@example.com
Both rivers are low and clear for this time of year. I’ve been asked how I would rate the fishing on a scale from 1-10…..I would give them both a 15!!!!! Lots of big fish are being caught.
I am excited about the lower Williamson opening this Saturday!. The Klamath area had a very minnimal snow year and the water levels are fishable. That means the large migratory fish should be heading up in a hurry.
The Wood is fishing and the bite has been sporadic. The lakes (Agency/Upper Klamath) have been providing great opportunities for some large fish lately.
I’m also excited about adding the Rogue River to my list of rivers for fly fishing adventures. We are offering trips for both single-hand, and double-hand (spey) fly fishing. It was a fun year for winter fish (steelhead), and trout fishing is a blast on this river with plenty of dry fly action available. The Rogue and its trout fishing is a great way to introduce the novice to the wonderful sport of flyfishing.
Remember Fathers Day is just around the corner and what’s better than spending a day with your dad on the river.
Fly fishing report for Williamson River, Wood River, Klamath Lake
Sorry everyone who has been calling for reports. We’ve been very busy lately, but here it is. I’ll post some new pictures in the near future.
Both rivers are fishing great. Swinging and dead-drifting flies on the Williamson are both producing fish. Lots of big fish are present in both rivers. Remember to fish slow and fluorocarbon leaders/tippets are a must in the clear water. There’s still good numbers of fish in the lower Wood. Fish between Petric channel and the mouth.