Salmon Steelhead on the Klamath
by Scott Caldwell, OCTOBER 12, 2021
Klamath River - Upper - CA

Good times on the Klamath river. We are catching fish (Salmon Steelhead and Trout) and enjoying the lack of traffic an darn good weather.  I offer clients all methods for catching fish, from fly fishing to bait fishing, what ever it takes or what ever style you enjoy. I have a few open dates left in October and November.  December Holiday Steelheading...
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Klamath and McCloud producing good fun
by Scott Caldwell, OCTOBER 5, 2021
Klamath River - Upper - CA

The Klamath river and McCloud Reservoir are both fishing good to great this past week.  The fall Salmon run on the upper Klamath began about a week ago. The bite has been best on spinners or maglips. As more fish make there way up the river, the bite should get better. Steelhead are now in the mix as well and we...
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Big Smiles at McCloud Reservoir
by Scott Caldwell, AUGUST 22, 2021
McCloud Reservoir

"Happy Birthday Mike Newlin! Thank you Scott Caldwell for an amazing day at McCloud!!! We had such a great time!" My favorite kind of fishing report thanks Erin Newlin - SC Guide Service @ Caldwellfishing.com I will be fishing McCloud and a few other lakes ( Whiskeytown Kokanee, Siskiyou an Shasta Lakes ) during August and September give me (Scott) a call 530...
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Bananas and Smoke, McCloud Trout don't care
by Scott Caldwell, AUGUST 16, 2021
McCloud Reservoir

Fishing on McCloud Reservoir remains hot despite some smoke haze and bananas on board haha. The Trout action on McCloud is fantastic. The fish are biting many different offerings; bait, plugs, spoons, flies, all working well. One of the best ways is to slow troll (1 to 2mph) a hammered gold dodger with various curly trailed grubs dipped in Pro-Cure shrimp krill oil. That set up...
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Fantastic Father and Son day on McCloud Reservoir
by Scott Caldwell, JULY 30, 2021
McCloud Reservoir

30 plus Trout day, 10 kept for the smoker/BBQ -- Gold dodgers with curly tailed grub trailers, dipped in shrimp scent, trolled at speeds between 1 and 3 mph at depths between 5 and 22 feet and set back 50 to 70 yards behind the boat. Give me a call 530 905 0758 or book online at Caldwellfishing.com  - Scott ...
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Red hot fishing at McCloud Reservoir
by Scott Caldwell, JUNE 4, 2021
McCloud Reservoir

Fishing at McCloud Reservoir the past week has been as hot as the weather.  Catching limits of tasty brown and rainbow trout doesn’t get much easier.  Trolling the surface down to 45 feet with dodgers and wedding ring spinners or hootchie skirt spinners tipped with shrimp/krill oil night crawlers is the hot set up. Small spoons and plugs have also been effective.  Trout are...
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