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Oregon Klamath Fly Fishing Report

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Brandon Worthington reports on 5.3.18

Oregon Klamath

Some have only heard rumors of the fantastic fishing for healthy redband rainbows in the heart of a beautiful and rugged corner of Southern Oregon. A tailwater, Oregon’s Klamath River drains one of the most productive trout lakes on the planet, Klamath Lake. Consequently, it supports prolific insect activity, numerous baitfish species and robust wild redbands at the top of the food chain.

To avoid the terrible wading, rattlesnakes and dangerous river holes we are beyond pleased to offer guided trips on the Upper Klamath out of a purpose-built framed fishing raft. Floating the river offers exclusive access to the best water without the hazards of extremely difficult and dangerous wading over volcanic rock, as well as a visible population of rattlesnakes. Those willing to brave these hazards often return with stories of football-sized, acrobatic trout that ripped line and give them a run for their money! Because this river has numerous exciting class III and a few class IV rapids, we see very little fishing traffic on the river.

Join us on the Upper Klamath River this season and receive an introductory offer of $100 off your trip. Due to limited permitted access and logistics, the regular rate for the Upper Klamath is $575 so for two anglers the cost of this combo whitewater and fishing adventure is only $475! Secure your spot with the PayPal link below before the river closes to angling June 15th!

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