Here is a little un-edited video shot by Ron Milam, who was sitting in the backseat of the ol’ Pavati a few days back as we ran some white stuff on the Klamath River. Despite Dale Milam’s screams (kids, put your earmuffs on), no anglers were hurt in the filming of this video…
The Klamath River’s chinook salmon run is forecasted to be massive this year and the fishing should be epic! The bite is already going strong and will only get better over the next few weeks!
The above photo was sent to me by guide John Klar and the lower from Mike Stratman, who are obviously having some fun on the Big K!
Two grey whales — a mother and calf — swam up the Klamath River in Northern California in early July. The calf eventually headed back to sea, but the mom’s still hanging around. Read more HERE
September was an epic month for our Hawg of the Month Contest and October is getting kicked off in style with this super ‘slab king from Nor Cal’s Klamath River. Angler Steve Bernardi (right) fished with guide John Klar for this dandy. Of course, with Klar holding it, the fish looks like it’s about 70 pounds but it actually weighed 31, which is a really, really nice fish for that drainage.
So there you have it…the challenge has been issued right out of the gate. The October Hawg of the Month Contest…it’s definitely on! Show us what you’ve got!
The tastiest of all salmon…spring Chinook…are making their way up rivers all up and down the West Coast and April-July is the time to get out after ’em. While there are many ways you can target these prime kings, one of the most popular techniques on rivers like the Rogue and Klamath is to fish on anchor with spinners.
One of the top salmon guides in Northern California, John Klar, shows you how to do it…
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