The salmon bite and the fishing pressure have both slowed on the lower Klamath

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

The salmon bite and the fishing pressure have both slowed on the lower Klamath

by Kenny Priest
10-27-2022
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The salmon bite and the fishing pressure have both slowed on the lower Klamath. Fishing can be good this time of the year as some of the late-run kings start to stage in front of the bigger creeks. For the week ending Oct. 21, a total of 14 jacks were harvested above the 101 Bridge compared to 43 from the previous week. The daily bag limit is two jack Chinook 23 inches or less, and two hatchery steelhead.


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