Excerpt taken from this week’s newspaper column in the Times-Standard: According to Mike Coopman of Mike Coopman’s Guide Service, with the mouth opening and closing since the weekend, very few fish are coming in. The big swells aren’t helping much either,” Coopman said. Fishing the North Coast Kenny Priest/For the Times-Standard Along the lines ofContinue reading “Salmon stymied by shifting Klamath River mouth”
Check out my Facebook page to see my photo album from this summer on the Klamath 2013. We have caught some really nice fish. Good fish holds everyone! Objects may seem larger than they appear in real life.
We hooked quite a few today. Hooked is the operative word. The bite remains light and tough to detect. The Lamiglas rods are performing well. The P Line is helping us rip them out of the fast water. The weather is great and the fish are ripping. Sidedrifting with bait is working well.
From Fishing the North Coast: The lower river has been real inconsistent the last few days, according to Mike Coopman of Mike Coopman’s Guide Service. “I’d rate it as mediocre to slow — with very few adult kings making their way upriver. Most boats are averaging between three and four adults per trip along with aContinue reading “Warm water slows lower Klamath salmon bite”