Guide’s Shasta Area Fishing Report

Klamath River dry fly steelheadJune 11th

In the past week I’ve had the opportunity to sample the fishing on several rivers in the shadow of Shasta, including the McCloud, Upper Sacramento, Lower Sacramento and the Klamath Rivers and found good fishing on each.  I had one session with a guest who, without moving his feet,  hooked a dozen fish on a dry fly and landed eight, all in the teens, amazing!  It doesn’t get much better.  We also enjoyed a few evening sessions casting to pools of boiling fish.  The wet weather over the last couple days has dampened the surface action but with the forecast calling for a warm up, I expect the dry fly fishing to heat up again as well.

IMG_0137.JPGIMGP0001IMGP0005I’ve also been swinging skated flies on the Klamath with some success, not a big numbers game, but hey it’s June, we found adult steelhead taking waked flies on the surface, what more could a steelheader ask for?  If you can sneak away please drop a line and join me.  I had two trips reschedule for later this week, so I have June 15-17th available for a last minute adventure and my schedule is flexible later in the month to squeeze a few trips in as well.   Just give me a ring and head up to Mount Shasta to enjoy the bounty and the delightful spring weather.  I hope to see you soon!
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