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Fishing Report

Trinity River Fly Fishing Report

Dave Neal, Reel Adventures Guide Service

What a crazy week on the Trinity. Check out your FishHead app and look at that spike!! A good rain event blew out the lower river from Canyon Creek while Rush Creek, in Lewiston, did it’s best to dirty up the top… the key was being in the middle of it all when both were at their worst.

By Monday it was back to low and clear throughout much of the middle...

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Trinity River Fly Fishing Report

Dave Neal, Reel Adventures Guide Service

Trinity River has been tough this week for most people. It’s been cold, it’s been crowded, and there are simply not many steelhead around, at least not many in the middle-upper river around Junction City. Most guides and bank anglers I’ve talked to this week experienced between 0-4 hookups a day on adult fish.

We are, however, seeing a lot of juvenile “half...

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Trinity River Fly Fishing Report

Dave Neal, Reel Adventures Guide Service

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The Trinity River was a bit scratchy this past week, not sure if it’s due to a gap of fish or just the pressure the river has had recently. Veteran’s Day week was exceptionally busy… rafts, boats, bankies… many people were out enjoying the river!

There are some good fish to be found if you work hard and cover water. Right now, I would say that the anglers...

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Trinity River Fly Fishing Report

Aaron Gabriel, The Northern California Guide (TNCG)

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Very crowded and the first push of fish have made it to Lewiston.  There are fish throughout the system but the bite is slowing as more and more anglers poor in to Weaverville looking for their chance to hook one of these beautiful Steelhead.  My advice would be to fish the Bucktail, Rush Cr, and Old Lewiston bridge areas. 
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Trinity River Fly Fishing Report

Aaron Gabriel, The Northern California Guide

The Trinity is looking great this year, and with both the Lower Trinity and the Lower Klamath full of fish it is going to be a fun steelhead season. I have no availability in Nov. and it will be crowded in Nov. I do have openings in Dec-Feb and there will be plenty of fish then and with fewer anglers on the water. It often ends up being even better...

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Klamath River/Trinity River Fly Fishing Report

Randy Hammon of Confluence Outfitters Reports:

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For those of you out there wondering whether there are going to be any Steelhead on the Trinity because of the ongoing drought and associated low water, I’m here to put those fears to rest, there have been plenty of Steelhead pushing through the Lower Klamath and a good deal of them are headed to the Trinity. Those fish are going to run up river...

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