Fish have moved to Deeper Holes

Klamath River - Upper - CA - Hornbrook, CA (Siskiyou County)


by Mario Gomez
11-30-2015
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Klamath River fishing is holding pretty steady for Ironhead Guide Service. We have definitely completed the transition into our winter holes. The fish have all moved into the deep slow water and have been a little picky with their diets. One day they will want the plugs and the next day they won't even sniff em. The low and clear water conditions coupled with the cold weather have made for some tuff bites but if you be patient and have faith in you gear you will be rewarded like the happy customers below. We have dates left for December and soon we will be booking our trophy winter steelhead season so you better get on the calendar.

Mario Gomez is a Northern California and Southern Oregon professional fishing guide that chases salmon, trout, and steelhead on the most productive rivers in the Northwest. Pro guide Mario Gomez has spent his entire life fishing the Klamath River, but also follows the circuit and targets the California and Oregon coastal streams each year. If you are interested in fishing the Klamath River, Smith River, Chetco River, Umpqua River and Rogue River click on the website and book your trip today. To learn more about Mario visit Ironhead Guide Service, you can also find him on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn, or call him anytime @ (530) 598-0530.


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