Klamath River Fish Report for 10-6-2012

by Scott Caldwell

Salmon fishing on the upper Klamath river has been outstanding. Since my last report Salmon on the river has improved to the point that one can be picky about what fish to keep to fill out a limit of 4 per person. Salmon are biting mostly on Roe (bounced or backtrolled behind a diver) but well placed plugs such as Kwikfish are picking up fish as well. The Salmon are in excellent. We landing fish  everydsay with nice color still in the meat. Fish size has ranged from 10 to 22 pounds. The weather has been great starting out with cool mornings and working into hot afternoons. This time of year we regularly see temperature swings of 30 to 50 degrees. Salmon should continue for few more weeks so now is the ti before it is over. Check out my photo gallery to see the pictures from past trips.

**Check out my Calendar page to book a trip I have a few days left in Late October for Late Season Salmon also booking for Winter Steelhead on the Klamath for November thru January**