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I've had a late cancelation and some prime dates have opened, I have November 4th & 5th available for the Trinity, Lower Sac or the Lower Klamath if it drops into shape.
Posted: October 25, 2016, 12:00 am
The LS is continuing to fish terrific, the egg-grab is in full swing. Right now is a great time to fish the river. The salmon turnout has been disappointingly low but that hasn't stopped the rainbows from coming up! 
Posted: October 24, 2016, 12:00 am

I spent the last 3 days on the Lower Sac with the Walker boy's from Virginia, the first two days working with BK, drifting the Sac in typical fasion. There are Salmon about but not in large numbers, we took are fish on both eggs and nymphs, they seem to be keying on small PMD and dark caddis nymphs. Today I guided the Father and Son group from my jet boat, wading a few spots away from the "mayhem" and despite a wet and blustery day we found plenty of fish to keep us entertained. We landed fish under the indicator on nymphs and eggs as well as on the swing.

My sports were all new to this and did fairly well, I think some keen swing anglers would have "crushed it" today ! 

Posted: October 24, 2016, 12:00 am
Drifted with Doug and Jeff on Sunday down the Lower Sac, and like most of the reports you are reading, it did not disappoint. We had multiple hook ups with solid fish most of the day, although things got fairly quiet in the afternoon. Eggs were the thing, but also did some damage on small mayfly nymphs.  The theme for our boat on this day was hook'em, fight 'em, and release 'em without touching 'em. Good times.
Posted: October 23, 2016, 12:00 am
I hosted a group from Sacramento on a great trip to the Burney/Fall River area.  The guys had a great time fishing the various waters that the area provides. We fished Burney Crrek, Hat Creek and the McCloud RIver. The only disappointment of the weekend was that the McCloud River was full of silt and off color enough to put the fish down.  Amazing Salmonfly hatch though.  Fishing was slow, but as always, the scenery was magnificent.  Every where else we went, the fishing was very good.
Posted: October 22, 2016, 12:00 am
I spent a beautiful day on the Lower Sac with clients Claude and Steve.  Flows dropped about 300cfs overnight and that seemed to put the fish off the grab a little this morning, but fishing picked up mid-day.  We didn't land a ton of fish today but most of them were nice 18-20" fish.  A few more salmon on redds today it seemed.
Posted: October 18, 2016, 12:00 am

Had a great time with Jadon on the LS last Friday. Rolled the dice with the storm and had an outstanding day out on the water. Most our fish were caught on egg imitations and nymphs including this 10+ pounder that gave Jadon a work out for what seemed like an eternity! 


Posted: October 16, 2016, 12:00 am
I guided Tom and his grandson Collin on the Yuba river. We stayed ahead of the bad weather all day, but the rain the day before had the river a little off color. The guys were new to fly fishing out of a drift boat but both hooked fish with 20 minutes, Collin getting his to the net. The grab was a little off but we had our chances all day. Collin finished the day with a nice one in the net! Saw a lot more salmon in the river today. With all this new water things could get really good soon. 
Posted: October 15, 2016, 12:00 am
I spent three days guiding the Lower Klamath earlier this week, we got into 1/2 pounders each day but failed to connect with any adult steelhead. It rained hard here in Douglas City over night, the rivers are slowly rising with most of the rain soaking in, we might get more run off from the next wave. The Trinity is currently fishable above the North Fork, the Lower Klamath will need a little time to settle back down. 
Posted: October 14, 2016, 12:00 am
The river fished almost as well today as it did yesterday.  I saw a few more salmon on redds today also.  Rick and Steve had several double hook-ups and Steve topped his big fish from yesterday with an even bigger one.  We got off the river as the wind began to pick up.  A significant storm is moving in and we're expecting a lot of rain and high winds over the next two days.  That could mean good things for the steelhead fishing on the Trinity - stay tuned.
Posted: October 13, 2016, 12:00 am
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