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Klamath River Camp September 18-21stFall on the Klamath River is...

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Klamath River Camp September 18-21st

Fall on the Klamath River is about as fishy as fishy gets. With runs of salmon, half-pounders and adult steelhead, the river comes alive. Wildlife abounds in a brilliant forest of firs, pines, oaks, maples, alders and madrones all showing brilliant colors. In the middle of this Wild and Scenic Klamath National Forest hides Paradise Point, a private twenty acre riverside camp appointed with canvas tents, cots and sleeping pads, hot showers and nice bathroom facilities.  Delicious meals are prepared outdoors, by our Wild Waters’ chef in a charming covered setting.

This is an excellent place to introduce yourself to steelhead fishing, the double handed rod and the swung fly. Days are filled with on the water lessons and guided fishing.  Learn the techniques, proper equipment and how to cast your spey rod, while you catch fish.

Wild Waters Fly Fishing is permitted on over 100 miles of Klamath National Forest and Six Rivers National Forest.  Our guides have vast experience and know how to have fun! Join us at this prime location on the Klamath river September 18th-21st, great dates for both adult steelhead and the famed half-pounder run.

Sample itinerary

Sept. 18th

  • check in at noon1 pm: lunch
  • 2 pm: on the river classes: Intro to the Klamath River, proper equipment and spey fishing techniques.
  • 5 pm: fly tying presentation.
  • 7 pm: dinner.

Sept 19th

  • 5:30 am coffee
  • 6 am fishing
  • (2 anglers per guide)
  • 11am brunch and break.
  • 6pm fish to dark with late dinner

Sept 20th

  • 5:30 am coffee
  • 6 am fishing
  • (2 anglers per guide)
  • 11am brunch and break.
  • 6pm fish to dark with late dinner

Sept. 21st

  • 6 am: breakfast
  • 2 guides will assist the group in a morning of fishing
  • Noon lunch
  • 1 pm: check out

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