Fishing on the Trinity has been impossible the past few days since they raised the flows to 3400 cfs. It’s coming down soon and fishing should be awesome. In the meantime, it’s been the Klamath where the water has been warm and fishing okay one day, not so hot the next. Still managing some nice adult steelies and kings.
It has been an up and down week on the Trinity River. We went from a great bite to tough conditions when the flows were cut in half. Now, the water is raging and that should bring more fish in but today the river is unfishable!
Good silver salmon fishing going on right now and then I’ll be on the Trinity River for salmon and steelhead in Sept. In October and November I will return to the Sacramento River for what should be a good king salmon season.
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I spent most of July In the Togiak River in Southwestern Alaska guiding for kings, which was a nice tune-up for the 2014 California season. Here are a few highlights…
July 16 is the kick-off to the 2014 king salmon season in the Sacramento Valley. I’m going to start fishing in early August and will be on the Sac through the end of August, then will move to the Trinity for September. In October and November, the bite should be very good in the lower end of Sacramento.
Be sure to check your calendars for dates so we can get you on the schedule. Looking forward to seeing you all out there!
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To get you inspired, here’s a little look back at the 2013 season…