Salmon Fishing Remains Good

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

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Fishing The North Coast

by Kenny Priest

Salmon fishing remains good on the Klamath, with a mix of fresh jacks and adults entering the river. The cold water that came from the Trinity cooled the water and provided some really good fishing over the weekend. Most of the boats scored limits of jacks, or real close to it. Some steelhead are starting to move in as well as some silvers. As a reminder, the lower river quota has been met and salmon over 23 inches must be released. You can keep two salmon (jacks) 23 inches and under and two hatchery steelhead.

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