Klamath River Fish Report for 10-13-2011

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

by Scott Caldwell

Mother Nature has tried a few times to dampen the Salmon season but she has not been successful. Monday was one of those wet dog days but that seemed to only make the Salmon bite even better. My clients George and Rob lost count of how many fish we put in the net, it was that good. It seemed like we had barely put the Roe in the water before another Salmon was on. Definitely, one of those you should have been here yesterday fishing experiences. Tuesday, was filled with firsts. Three boys ages 16, 15 and 12 who had never really fished let alone fish for Salmon on the Klamath River. All three got their first Salmon, and the youngest Mitchell went home with the bragging rights, for landing the biggest Salmon of the season, a nice 36 inch 25 pound buck. Overall, the fish size is still small but we are starting to see a few bigger fish but the constant action more than makes up for it.

***I have some days open next week starting on Tuesday October 18 for either Salmon or Steelhead, give me a call at 530 905 0758 to book a trip***

**Watch videos taken during the 2011 Klamath Salmon season**

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