Fly Fishing Northern California, a Guided Group

Don with a wild Klamath Buck Hooked 'up Lunch on the Klamath RiverMcCloud River Broad Leaf Maple
Adam on his first day with another rainbow at dusk Rick with a nice McCloud River Dry Fly Rainbow
Klamath River, McCloud River, Pit River, Trinity River, Fall River, Upper & Lower Sacramento Rivers, Oct. 19-23rd

What do you get when you mix 5 fall days, 8 local guides, 17 fly fishers from afar, and 7 legendary rivers?   Stories that last a lifetime!

This annual reunion serves as a reminder of the splendor of the Northstate.  We meet each morning and head off in every direction to rivers ripe with fall colors and return each evening with stories to share and memories that last a lifetime.  Wild trout and Steelhead to be remembered, our first fish on a fly, the biggest fish to net and the ones that got away.

Seasoned anglers as well as novices, fathers and sons, the serious and not so serious, all come to enjoy an adventure that keeps bringing us back for more.  Magical days on legendary rivers with the incredible companionship that makes it all worth living.

See you next season.  Until then, enjoy the tales.

(click on any photo for more pics of this great group)  


  1. Curtis Reese
    Posted November 1, 2009 at 12:05 am | Permalink

    Once again another amazing trip!! My son McKay had his first experience with a fly rod and his first fish was a 24 inch jack on the Klamath River!! WOW! He is hooked for life. I have fished a lot of rivers in the Western United States and I don’t think many rivers can compete with the magic and beauty of the Klamath River in late October. Thanks for the memories.

  2. Rick McClure
    Posted November 2, 2009 at 3:10 pm | Permalink

    What a great trip! I look forward to being a part of this group every year for an amazing week.

    All rivers are very special as is the company.

    Thanks Craig

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