Klamath River Fishing Report 11-17-2015

Klamath River Fishing Report

Klamath River Winter Steelhead

11/17/2015 J. W. Snyder – Fish The Klamath


2015 Klamath River Fishing Report:


In today’s Klamath river fishing report we’ve learned that in the last couple weeks fishing for Winter Steelhead on the Klamath river has been excellent. Steelhead in the 1/2 to 7 pounds class have been active and biting on a variety of methods. On the fly side, fishing multiple patterns under an indicator has been producing the best, but one can also catch these wily fish on the swing. Backtrolling, Casting plugs and bait has been producing a lot of action as well.

This past weekend George Lozano and his Grandson Jonathon caught and released 44 fish. It was quite the battle with Jonathon taking most fish 24 to 20 and George winning the Big Steelhead honors. Despite the crazy at times Winter weather you can count on the Klamath Steelhead fishing to produce for the next few months.

This Klamath river fishing report is courtesy of Scott Caldwell of SC Guide Service. Check out Scott’s my Booking Calendar and see what days work for you give me a call at 530-905-0758 or email [email protected]


This is concludes our 2015 Klamath River Fishing Report.






For those looking for an alternative to fishing for salmon on the Klamath. Northwest walleye fishing guides are offering guided walleye fishing trips on the Columbia. If your interested in one of these trips give Buddy Dupell of Columbia River Fishing Adventures a call as 503-490-3099



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