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Klamath River Fishing Reports


2011-09-23
11:29 AM

Klamath River Salmon fishing is Hot! - Weekly Report - 9-14-11 to 9-21-11 A quick note about fishing dates: Kevin will be fishing the Klamath River until September 28th, then fishing on the Sacramento River for September 29 to October 2. On October 3-6, he will be back on the Klamath R more...
Capt. Kevin Brock - Klamath River


2011-09-15
11:27 PM

28 days in a row of salmon limits - now on Klamath River - 9-15-11: It's now 28 days in a row of salmon limits! After a 26-day run of salmon limits in the Sacramento River, Kevin has moved over to the Klamath River (until October 9, then it's back to the Sacramento and Feather Rivers). Despite changing ri more...
Capt. Kevin Brock - Klamath River


2010-08-25
11:39 AM

Klamath is picking up - The fishing for salmon has been picking up with fresh fish running from several jacks to great looking fish in the mid teens being caught everyday along with summer run steelhead ranging between half pounder's to beautiful 8lb fish. The fish are most more...
Capt. David Mierkey - Klamath River


2009-10-11
10:10 PM

Upper Klamath - Salmon fishing is spectacular on the upper Klamath right now!! My boat with two guys up front hooked 29 fish with 21 to the boat today. This is mostly a catch and release fishery but these fish are still pretty in pink inside. I believe this will las more...
Capt. David Mierkey - Klamath River


2009-09-02
1:08 AM

Klamath Improving - We a catching a mixture of jacks, steelhead and adult salmon up to 12 currently. The water temp is still a good average and the moss so far in not bad a all. The tribal nets have been hammering the fish the last two days and I believe now have over a more...
Capt. David Mierkey - Klamath River


2009-08-19
5:44 PM

Klamath River Improving - We are catching fish every trip out with combinations of Salmon going to 20 lbs and Steelhead to around 8 to 10. They all are fresh healthy fish straight from the ocean with sea lice still attached. This river will only improve with Sept and Oct the more...
Capt. David Mierkey - Klamath River


2009-08-05
11:57 AM

Early August on the Klamath - Fishing on the Klamath the last few days has been slow to spotty. Most of the fish are being taken in the estuary and up river to the glen. There is a rumor of some rain coming and I hope that it shows up soon to help cool down the river. August, Sep more...
Capt. David Mierkey - Klamath River


2009-07-06
2:13 PM

Spring Salmon moving into Fall season - The spring salmon season is just about over and we will be moving into the summer steelhead and fall salmon season at the end of July. The summer steelhead run is usually plentiful with several fish being taken on each trip. From about mid-August we more...
Capt. David Mierkey - Klamath River


2009-06-24
1:50 PM

Klamath River Salmon - The spring run continues to be good one day and then hit and miss the next. This run will continue thru mid-July and then we will start with the summer run of steelhead. The fall run of salmon, which is expected to be huge again this year, will began more...
Capt. David Mierkey - Klamath River


2009-05-27
3:03 PM

Salmon on the Klamath - The Council's adopted ocean salmon season allow for an allocation of 30,800 to the Klamath River Recreational fishery and 30,900 to the Klamath Tribal fisheries. The California Fish and Game commission actually sets the river recreational quotas and more...
Capt. David Mierkey - Klamath River

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