Klamath River Fish Report for 7-29-2010

by Scott Caldwell

Despite the lower flows and hot temperatures the Klamath river is kicking out some nice Trout. The river is currently flowing at 825cfs the lowest its been in the last 5 years. Despite this low flow the Trout are hungry, as long as the sun is not up, and shining on the water. My client Jerry landed Trout in the in the 12 to 17-inch range and lost a couple of 20-inchers. The Hotshot worm combo produced the most fish, but panther martins and the rebel crawdad plug also produced some nice Trout. Fishing on the river right now will be best between the hours of 5am and 10am, so get that early start.