Guided Fly Fishing for Klamath River Steelhead, Celebrating 100 Days!

The big one that didn't get away A Winter Gem A Winter Jewel Three Guided Days of Flyfishing


December 7, 8 & 9th


How did Ed celebrate his 100th day of Fly Fishing this season?  By treating himself to three guided days of  fly flshing for Steelhead in frigid weather on the Klamath River .   Our launch and take out temperatures climbed out of the teens with Ed’s 100th day of fly fishing this season finally creeping above freezing midday.  Ed suffered well, learning far more than he might have liked about clearing the ice from his guides.  While the weather was cold and the water temps continued to crawl down into the low 40’s the fishing was surprisingly hot.   We found an even mix of half pounders and adult fish including a few fine brutes fittingly on our final day, Ed’s 100th of the season.   Perhaps next year we can crack the 100 day mark a little earlier in the season?

2 Comments

  1. Bill Allewlet
    Posted January 16, 2010 at 12:15 am | Permalink

    My partner and I are in our early 80’s without fly fishing skills except for drifting with the “Rogue River twitch”. Do you tolerate such age and clumsiness in your clients? We love the strike and the fight, it never goes away. Hope to hear from you.

    Bill Allewelt

  2. Posted January 17, 2010 at 10:42 pm | Permalink

    Bill:
    Thanks for the inquiry. We have a number of our guests like you and your partner who are in their 80’s who enjoy fishing with us every season. Would love nothing more than to have you join us in 2010. Feel free to give a ring to discuss possible venues that might most interest you.

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