Handful of Kings Being Caught Daily on The Lower Klamath

Klamath River - Lower - Klamath, CA (Humboldt County)

by Kenny Priest

The salmon action in the estuary continues to be hit and miss, with a handful of fresh kings being caught daily on the high tide. The warm water in the estuary is forcing the kings to stay close to the mouth and in the colder salt water, and that’s where most of the fish are being caught. Trolling anchovies behind a Rogue River spinner bait is catching the majority of the fish.

Spring-run regulations are in effect through August 14, with a daily bag and possession limit of one salmon of any size.

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