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Fishing Reports

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Williamson River - August 17th, 2014
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  • Fishing: Excellent
Flows are extremely low and water clarity is very good for this time of year as currently no flow of dark, tannin colored water is coming from the Klamath Marsh.
ODFW encourages catch and release in this fishery to promote trophy sized fish as the Williamson River is managed for trophy redband trout. Using flies that mimic the nymph can also work well.
Fishing for redband trout is best from the confluence of the Sprague River to slack water above Modoc Point Bridge. Most effective fishing occurs from a drift boat as little public access occurs. Most anglers hire a guide to fish this river due to the challenge of catching fish. Most anglers fly fish this section of river. Numerous insect hatches are occurring including hex's, various mayflies and caddis. Leech and wooly bugger patterns work well in early season before fish get educated.

Using small nymphs (midges, caddis) under light tippet is effective. Rubber leg stones have been working great, also. Streamer fishing with seal buggers is a great way to feel the "tug" and can work great!

Brass Cone Head Woolly Bugger             
Yellow, Black, Brown     4,6,8

CDC Mayfly Emerger     
Yellow, Tan, Olive           12, 14,16

Pale Morning Dun Thorax

Rojo Midge       
Red, Black          14, 16, 18

Jan's Trout Crayfish

Shaggy Wire Caddis

Real-time water flow data from USGS:

Give us a call at 541.884.3825 if you have additional questions, or would like to give us your fishing report. Thanks!
Lake of the Woods - August 15th, 2014
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  • Fishing: Great
Lake Temperatures have risen but if you are willing to fish deep the kokanee and rainbows will cooperate. Trolling has been the best method in the last week.  
Four Mile Lake - August 15th, 2014
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  • Fishing: Great
FOURMILE LAKE: rainbow trout, lake trout, kokanee, brook trout

The road into Fourmile Lake is open. 

Rainbows, a few brookies and kokanee are readily available. 
Terrestrials are working well. Ant patterns the best for rainbows and brookies.
Trolling or chironomids for the kokanee. 
Klamath Lake - August 15th, 2014
  • Recorded:
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  • Fishing: Fair
KLAMATH AND AGENCY LAKES: redband trout and yellow perch

Redband trout are still being caught in the main part of the lake but many redband trout have moved into the Williamson River, Pelican Bay and Wood River delta area.

Chironomids, seal buggars and damsels are fishing the best.  
Wood River - August 15th, 2014
  • Recorded:
  • 0 ° F 
  • Fishing: Good
Hopper fishing on the Wood is producing browns daily.  To entice the redbands you'll need to throw seal buggars and zonkers under the cut banks. 
Rogue River - Upper - August 15th, 2014
  • Recorded:
  • 0 ° F 
  • Fishing: Great
Rogue River, upper: steelhead, trout, spring Chinook

Fishing for steelhead, trout and salmon are all good.
Good number of cutthroat trout this year.  
Steelhead numbers are up and chinook salmon are biting daily.

Water temperatures are prime and all methods of fishing are producing.

Stone flies and anato mays are catching most of the steelhead.


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