John is the owner and operator of the new Klamathon Lodge, a knock dead gorgeous log home on the Upper Klamath River. We’ve seen each other on the river numerous times and he recently gave me a tour of the place. Wow! We decided we should get together to fish and picked a prime midweek date. We had the river to ourselves, shirtsleeve weather and great water conditions. What was there not to like? Well the fish would not bite. What is up with that? First sunny day after a storm, water temp coming up from 42 to 45? Sunday was great? In an afternoon float we managed two half pounders and one adult, all hatchery fish. We deserved better. We’ll just have to get out again soon!
Klamath River March 17th
This entry was written by Craig Nielsen, posted on March 23, 2009 at 10:39 pm, filed under Client Trips and tagged Fly Fishing, Guide, Klamath River, Klamathon Lodge, Northern California, Shasta Trout, steelhead. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post. Post a comment or leave a trackback: Trackback URL.