Fishing has gotten a little tougher on the lower Klamath

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

Fishing has gotten a little tougher on the lower Klamath

by Kenny Priest
10-5-2022
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Fishing has gotten a little tougher on the lower Klamath as the run is winding down. There are some kings still trickling in and some steelhead showed up along with some coho. The late-run kings should be making their way into the river soon, especially if we see some rain. Boat pressure has been light. The daily bag limit is two jack Chinook 23-inches or less and two hatchery steelhead.


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