Klamath Still Kicking Out Plenty of Kings

Klamath Still Kicking Out Plenty of Kings

(September 23, 2021) Salmon fishing on the lower Klamath continues to roll on. Fresh schools of jacks (2-year-old males) as well as adults are arriving just about daily. Anglers fishing from the Glen...

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Plenty of Kings in the Klamath

(September 16, 2021) Since just before Labor Day weekend, the Klamath River has been stuffed with salmon. The number of jacks has been amazing and we're seeing some nice adult kings in the...

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Anglers Enjoy Pacific Halibut Season Reopener

(September 9, 2021) The Pacific halibut fishery reopened Sept. 3 and what a nice little shot in the arm for our local economy. You needn't look any further than the local boat ramps...

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Kings Make a Strong Showing on The Klamath

(September 2, 2021) Early last week, we were waiting patiently for the fall run of king salmon to begin their migration upriver. Well, the wait is over. The water temperatures cooled a couple...

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Anglers Await Arrival of Fall Klamath Kings

(August 26, 2021) Some of the best steelhead fishing in recent years on the Klamath has kept anglers busy as we await the arrival of the fall kings. There's been flurries of fish...

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Wind Cuts Short Epic Tuna Bite

(August 19, 2021) And what an epic bite it was! The onslaught began last Thursday out of Crescent City and didn't let up until Sunday, when the ocean turned sporty. Fish were...

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Fall-Run Salmon Quotas to Begin on the Klamath

(August 12, 2021) Fall regulations will begin Sunday, Aug. 15 on the Klamath River, triggering the start of the fall salmon quota. The California Fish and Game Commission adopted bag and possession limits...

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KMZ Closes, Shelter Cove Best Bet for Ocean Salmon

(August 5, 2021) The ocean sport salmon season ended Sunday just like it began 34 days ago –quietly. Some nice kings were caught the week prior off Eureka, which led us to believe...

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Eureka Salmon Finally Show Up

(July 29, 2021) If the last couple days are any indication, we may have a strong finish to the salmon season out of Eureka. Since the opener June 29, the fishing — and...

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Ocean Salmon Season Showing Signs of Life

(July 22, 2021) Well, it looks like the salmon season on the North Coast has a pulse after all. After the first three weeks of the season produced very little, especially out...

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Salmon Smolts Being Shuffled Between Klamath Hatcheries

(July 15, 2021) Due to extremely poor water conditions and high risks of fish disease on the Klamath River, California Department of Fish and Wildlife hatchery managers were recently forced to truck more...

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Reliable Rockfish Catches Keeping Fleet Afloat

(July 8, 2021) With an early closure of Pacific halibut and a slow start to our salmon season, the one steady fishery at the moment is rockfish. From Shelter Cove north to Crescent...

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Tough Go for Eureka King Opener

(July 1, 2021) For at least the past few weeks, there were all sorts of signs indicating salmon were plentiful off the coast of Eureka and Trinidad. But somehow those signs, and the...

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Wide-Open Pacific Halibut Bite Continues

(June 24, 2021) Halibut continues to be the shining light out of both Eureka and Trinidad as the sizzling bite continues this week. Boats fishing just north of the entrance in 270 to...

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Sizzling Pacific Halibut Bite off Eureka, Trinidad

(June 17, 2021) The weather isn't the only thing heating up right now. The Pacific halibut bite on the North Coast is sizzling! With salmon season still a couple weeks away, offshore anglers...

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Break in the Wind Puts Boats Back on the Water

(June 10, 2021) The wind and seas finally relented Tuesday, allowing the Eureka-based fleet of boats to get back on the water. A few of the boats went south, reacquainting themselves with Cape...

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