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Klamath River - October 20th, 2014
supplied by: SC Guide Service
RECORDED:    70 °   FISHING: Excellent
10-18-21 10-18-14 Bent rods, Big Smiles and 20 plus Salmon what more needs to be said!!



10-17-14 It was a Red Hot (Pro-Cure Bait Scents crawdad gel Maglip and Kwikfish) day. 18 of the 24 Salmon Denise, Karen and Matt caught an released today were on the plugs. The group was on fire right away as we landed 15 Salmon in first two hours. Denise landed her first Salmon ever this morning and the smiles say all that needs to be said!!



10-16-14 Team Burkus put on a Salmon show yesterday hooking up so many times we lost count. Rods bent all day a double hook up for Margi and Miles and Joe still counting his Salmon as the biggest ever (I'll let him tell the story ya had to be there HAHA!!) Margi took big fish honors on the day with the very first caught an released Salmon of the morning an OVER 40 inch over 20 pounder. Awesome day my friends!!!



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Klamath River - September 30th, 2014
supplied by: Roe Outfitters Oregon Guide Klamath Falls Fly Shop
RECORDED:    70 °   FISHING: Great
The Klamath River Wild and Scenic section is fishing excellent.  

Everything is open in this section and no fires are currently burning!



The section from Keno Dam to J.C. Boyle Reservoir (Topsy Reservoir) will re-open for fishing October 1st, 2014.  We will update you with a report once its open! We expect it to be good good good!
 
The Klamath River between JC Boyle Dam to JC Boyle Powerhouse Is an excellent place to dry fly fish when water levels are low (usually early mornings and late afternoons) check water flow estimates before heading out. Fishing can still be productive when water levels are up, but one will have to change fishing tactics. Dead drifting rubber leg stone flies with a small pheasant tail or copper johns can be productive. Also, swinging streamers (leach and seal bugger patterns) across the current can produce fish. 



Fish a big caddis and let it swing at the end of the drift-if the fish are picky, use a smaller fly. Also, look for mayfly hatches and match the fly accordingly. Have a fun time!
 


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Klamath River - September 12th, 2014
supplied by: Roe Outfitters Oregon Guide Klamath Falls Fly Shop
FISHING: Excellent


The Klamath River Wild and Scenic section is fishing excellent.  

Everything is open in this section and no fires are currently burning!



The section from Keno Dam to J.C. Boyle Reservoir (Topsy Reservoir) closed to fishing Monday June 16. It will re-open for fishing October 1st, 2014.
 
The Klamath River between JC Boyle Dam to JC Boyle Powerhouse Is an excellent place to dry fly fish when water levels are low (usually early mornings and late afternoons) check water flow estimates before heading out. Fishing can still be productive when water levels are up, but one will have to change fishing tactics. Dead drifting rubber leg stone flies with a small pheasant tail or copper johns can be productive. Also, swinging streamers (leach and seal bugger patterns) across the current can produce fish. 



Fish a big caddis and let it swing at the end of the drift-if the fish are picky, use a smaller fly. Also, look for mayfly hatches and match the fly accordingly. Have a fun time!
 
 



Fly Name:
Fly Color:
Fly Size(s):


Elk Wing Caddis
Tan, Grey, Yellow
10,12,14


Indicator Parachute - PMD
Grey
12, 14,16


Bead Head Hare's Ear Nymph
Grey
10,12,14


T.H. Soft Hackle Caddis Pupa


Tunghead Stonefly


Birchell's Hatching Midge





 
Real-time water flow data from USGS:


 
 
 


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Klamath River - August 15th, 2014
supplied by: Roe Outfitters Oregon Guide Klamath Falls Fly Shop
FISHING: Excellent



The Klamath River Wild and Scenic section is fishing excellent.  

Everything is back open and no fires are currently burning!



Caddis are the best patterns at this point.  A few hoppers are kicking around.


The section from Keno Dam to J.C. Boyle Reservoir (Topsy Reservoir) closed to fishing Monday June 16. It will re-open for fishing October 1st, 2014.
 
 



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Klamath River - May 9th, 2014
supplied by: Roe Outfitters Oregon Guide Klamath Falls Fly Shop
FISHING: Great
Klamath River Keno Section: Great

Klamath River below John C Boyle Dam: Great



Keno Fly Patterns now:

Sculpzillas, Muddler Minnows, Zonkers, black green Seal Buggers, Soft Hackle Caddis, Black Wooley Buggers 6 and 4 and Stoneflys.  

Klamath Wild and Senic fly Patterns:

Blue Wing Olives, #14 Hairsear Anato-may, #14 Pearl Spitfire, Caddis Puppa #10 and Stoneflys.



The Keno Section of the Klamath is open until June 15th, 2014.


The Klamath River between JC Boyle Dam to JC Boyle Powerhouse offers excellent dry fly fishing with small flies. Most fish in this section are small and average 10 inches. Fishing is best below the spring inputs. The most effective method this time of year is dead drifting stonefly, pheasant tail and midge patterns. Fishing with dry flies is improving. This section of river requires a hike down steep grade to the river with the exception of the area just above the powerhouse. Mayflies and Caddis are hatching sporadically, with the best hatches occurring at dusk. Look for rising trout in the slow backwater areas near tail-outs of pools or in back eddies along foam lines. A few trout can be caught using caddis and mayflies.


Keno Section Temperature and River flow information:


Before heading out, anglers should check river flows and water temperatures as these variables play a huge role on fishing. The Keno section of the Klamath can produce some big Redband Rainbow trout with streamers and nymphs, while the wild & scenic section of the Klamath River provides great opportunities for catching trout on dry flies if the water levels are down.


Flows from the dams have been inconsistent and rain is in the forecast. However, fish are still being caught which is encouraging. Be careful wading and have fun!



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Klamath River - December 13th, 2013
supplied by: SC Guide Service
RECORDED:    10 °   FISHING: Great
The weather outside is frightful.

But the Steelhead fishing is delightlful.

And since you have no place to go

Let em bite let em bite let em bite.



Now it doesnt show signs of stopping

And ive brought some roe and worms for plopping

The sun is way down low

Let em bite let em bite let em bite



The drift is slowly ending

But my rod is still a bending

As long as you let the wild ones go

Let em bite let me bite let em bite



When we finally hook a big one right

How I hate running out of river to row 

But if you hold that last Steely really tight

All the home your face will be a red glow







 






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Klamath River - November 19th, 2013
supplied by: SC Guide Service
RECORDED:    55 °   FISHING: Great
Fishing on the Upper Klamath for Winter Steelhead has been great the last couple weeks. Bait to Flies, it is all working for Steelhead in the river right now. The Steelhead have been gorging themselves on everything they can get in the mouths and it is making for steady action throughout the day. We have been landing upwards of twenty 1/2 to 11/2 pound Steely Trout and mixing adult Steelhead in the 2 to 6 pound class per day. These fish are aggressive and fight hard for their size, it is a blast on 6 to 8 pound spin/casting gear or 5 to 7 weight fly rods. The weather has been very mild with temperatures in the 32 to 60 degree range. We have yet to have any real storms, it currently raining but very light. December is shaping up to be  great month and bigger Adult Steelhead are making there way up to spawn. Checkout my Booking Calendar to see what days are available.

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Klamath River - November 2nd, 2013
supplied by: SC Guide Service
RECORDED:    50 °   FISHING: Good
It is Winter Steelhead time on the Upper Klamath River. My last few trips have solely been focusing on Steelhead now that the Salmon run has finally died off. We are seeing adult Steelhead in the 2 to 7 pound class 18 to 24 inches. We are averaging between 5 and 10 adult Steelhead with lots of smaller Steely/Trout mixed in . Backtrolling plugs (Hotshots, Rebel Crawdads, Brads wigglers) and bait have been working really well. 



***Check out my 
BOOKING CALENDAR I have 10 weekdays open in November and December is wide open***



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Klamath River - October 23rd, 2013
supplied by: SC Guide Service
RECORDED:    75 °   FISHING: Great
Great weather check, no traffic check, lots of Salmon check, biting Salmon check!! that is what one can expect right now on the Upper Klamath River. Salmon fishing continues to be good to excellent. The past two days, clients (Naramore Can Do Group and the Yreka Kallstroms) hooked up nearly 50 Salmon and landing close to half of them. That is great action on a mix of late and fresh fish. A mix of Bouncing Roe ProCured Roe and ProCure Anchovy Gel covered Kwikfish and Maglip plugs have been getting all the hook ups.



****Check out my BOOKING CALENDAR I have 3 day open next week the 28, 29 and Nov 1 for Salmon/Steelhead action ***

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Klamath River - October 16th, 2013
supplied by: SC Guide Service
RECORDED:    65 °   FISHING: Great
 Salmon remains strong on the Upper Klamath River. Over the last week we have been hooking up between 10 an 25 Salmon landing half or better. The fish size continues be between 30 and 41 inches with the occasional Jack under 22 inches. We are still seeing fresh arrive from the lower river and hav yet to see a slow down in the run. 



***I have a few days open at the end October and the first part of November check out my Booking Calendar also booking for Winter Steelhead in November Decemeber January****


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