As the temperatures increase, the big migratory fish of Klamath Lake and Agency Lakes are finding refuge in the cooler waters of the Williamson River, Wood River, and many feeder stream of the Klamath Basin. This time of the season is one of my favorites because we can target enormous Redband Trout in the rivers or lakes and resident Brown Trout on the Wood River….it all depends on the clients personal taste. We also have a great Salmon Fly hatch on the Rogue River. If dry fly fishing interests you more, the Hexagenia Mayflies are coming off on the Williamson!
We are going to offer a ten percent discount on guided fly fishing adventures in the Klamath Basin for the 2016 season. If a trip is booked between November 1, 2015 and May 15, 2016 for any dates in 2016 (Klamath Basin only) a ten percent discount will be applied. The discount does not apply to package rates (already discounted) or the Rogue River. Please email or call Brent with any questions. (541)591-6221 or brent@trophytroutfitters. Hope to see you in 2016!
The fall fishing is staying good throughout the Klamath Basin, with special emphasis on the Williamson River. This time of year, a variety of techniques such as swinging streamers, nymphing, and dry flies are all being utilized to help fool some of the wariest fish. I’m in the process of setting up our wintertime fly fishing and fly tying classes. Keep checking back, the schedule will be posted shortly.
The Rogue River needs to be remembered this time of year. We still have beautiful weather, and plenty of steelhead to make for a fun day. The fishing should get better and better all the way through November.
Just want to inform everyone my rates are still reflecting the 2014 season. We’re having a problem updating the site. The rates for 2015 are the same as 2014. Hope to hear from you soon. Tight lines!
Hey folks, sorry the posts kind of disappeared, but life got a little sidetracked! We’re still here and as happy as ever! Well anyways, the rivers are low and clear, but the fishing is GREAT!!! The Hex’s started early on the Williamson, and are in full swing! We’re already picking a few fish up on hoppers on the Wood, but majority of the bigger fish seem to be in the lower river still eating leech imitations! Hope to see you on the water soon! Tight lines!
Wow! What an opening weekend on the Williamson. The water is low, clear, and the fishing is better than fantastic. I ran trips the last three days and there are more than enough fish to have some fun (large one’s too.) Swinging leech patterns on a slow sinking intermediate line has been the most productive technique. I will post some pictures of this weekend in the next day or two, but for now it’s time to go get some rest.