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!
Sorry to all for not being timely on posting reports this season. Life gets busy….especially with raising kids. Anyways, the Hex hatch is tapering towards its end, but the fishing is still great. There are many trophy fish in both rivers at this time. The Williamson fish seem to be keying on smaller flies, but there are still a few that will inhale a larger leech. We’re still getting nice fish on dries on the Wood River during the hatches (mainly morning), but the bigger fish are being caught on streamers. I will be participating in a casting and fly tying clinic at The Waterwheel RV Park on The Williamson River Saturday July 26th. LTS Fly Rods, Pavati Drift Boats, and a good friend from On The Fly Guide Service will all be there. The event is from 11AM to 5PM and is free of charge. Hope to see you there!
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.
The Wood River opened at the end of last month, and it’s fishable. Most of the fishing will be concentrated on the lower river, with most the focus close to the mouth. Fishing subsurface is producing the best bite….but certain times mixed with the right weather is producing some dry fly action. There are definitely fish to be caught, and the Wood River is a beautiful place to spend a day.
The upper Williamson River also opened late last month, and the lower Williamson will open later in May. I’m very excited for opening weekend, and I suspect lots of big fish moving into the river early. Agency and Upper Klamath Lake have been giving up some big fish lately, especially around Rocky Point and the mouths of the Wood and Williamson. Many of the feeder creeks into Upper Klamath Lake are now open for the season, and I have private access to some of these wonderful fisheries.
Thanks to everyone who made 2013 a great success and hopefully I get to show you what Southern Oregon fly fishing has to offer!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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.