Blue Skies and Klamath Steelhead

Neil finds another wild one Perfect Steelhead Weather on the Klamath?

November 15th

The common belief is that Steelhead are photophobic and bite best on overcast, rainy days.  Don’t tell Neil and Joseph as they enjoyed the time of their lives hooking, playing and catching Steelhead all day under bright bluebird skies on the Klamath River.  These guys suffered poor weather well last year but on their return trip this season they were greeted by great weather, perfect water conditions and hot Steelhead on the grab.  They made the most of the opportunity with multiple hookups, a few doubles and some very fine specimens to hand.  Click on the picture of Neil with  a fine wild buck for more California sunburn steelhead shots!


  1. Matt Stockwell
    Posted November 26, 2009 at 12:41 am | Permalink

    Good to see you rockin’ em Craig – wish I could break free from the grind to float some bugs with you! Have a great Thanksgiving and be in touch.


  2. Joe Eberle
    Posted November 30, 2009 at 3:46 pm | Permalink

    Happy to see you got Neil and Joseph onto some nice fish. Sorry I couldn’t join them. Maybe next year.

  3. Posted November 30, 2009 at 11:08 pm | Permalink

    Thanks for the note. We missed you. In most years the steelhead fishing on the Klamath remains good through March and into April. I hope you can make it up soon!

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