Fresh kings continue to move into the lower Klamath

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

Fresh kings continue to move into the lower Klamath

by Kenny Priest
9-29-2022
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Fresh kings continue to move into the lower Klamath. Anglers are catching a mix of jacks and adults from the Glen to Johnson’s. Fishing soft beads in some of the flats has been productive. Anglers can keep two jacks (less than or equal to 23 inches) per day with a possession limit of six. All adult Chinook salmon caught must be immediately released and reported on an angler’s report card. For the week ending Sept. 23, 219 jacks were harvested and 252 adults were released above the U.S. Highway 101 bridge.


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