Still some bright fish around

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

Still some bright fish around

by Kenny Priest
10-20-2022
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The salmon action has slowed on the lower Klamath, but there are still some bright fish around. The few boats still fishing are finding most of their success above Blue Creek. There isn’t much pressure this time of the year, but the fishing can be good as some of the late-run kings start to stage in front of the bigger creeks. The daily bag limit is two jack Chinook 23-inches or less and two hatchery steelhead.


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