Tag Archives: Salmonflies

Springtime guide’s view: Fly Fishing the Klamath River

Father admires Hank with his Klamath River Steelhead on a dry fly!

Seasons on the Klamath: Springtime and Salmonflies, first published in California Fly Fisher, June 2010 “Silly good!” That is my favorite expression to describe the fishing on the Klamath when the salmonflies are out and the trout and steelhead are on them. “Bring the novices and kids” is my next refrain. In over 50 years […]

Springtime: Fly Fishing the Klamath River

Jim with a trophy spring Klamath River Steelhead

Seasons on the Klamath: Springtime and Salmonflies, first published in California Fly Fisher, June 2010 If you are interested in a guided Salmon Fly trip on the Klamath River in late May or early June, we still have some prime time openings including a group trip at the exclusive Klamathon Lodge.  Just drop us a […]

Klamath River, June 8th

Steelhead on a Salmonfly Dry

Steve & Rod Steve and I fish together regularly and thought it was about time to make it a family affair so he brought his father to sample the Salmonfly bite on the Klamath River.  The weather and conditions could not have been more perfect.  The hatch has peaked and the fish are on ’em.  […]

Klamath River, June 5 & 6th

Another rainbow stuffed with Salmonflies

Jay, Peter, Rob & Bill Jim and Craig had the pleasure of hosting these long time friends for their annual get together on the Klamath River.  The Salmonflies were out and about and the dry fly action was a hoot!  The flows and water conditions were excellent and though Thunderstorms were forecast they were kind […]

Klamath River June 2nd

Salmonfly and Juvenile Steelhead

Dennis & Rocky Dennis and Rocky get together each year at this time to celebrate their birthdays.  They’ve been friends for as long as either can remember and that has been a while.  We opted for a float on the Klamath in hopes of catching the start of the Salmonfly hatch.  While the morning started […]