Archive for November, 2011

We still have a few openings for our exclusive two handed casting experience at Klamathon Lodge December 2-4th. Leading California Two Handed Casting Instructors, Chris King, Jeff Putnam, Jason Hartwick and Craig Nielsen are presenting an exclusive weekend Klamath River Spey and Switch Rod on stream workshop hosted by Klamathon Lodge December 2-4th. The program is perfect for folks who are seeking to begin casting with two hands as well as experienced anglers looking to refine their casting and steelheading techniques. Our previous programs were a tremendous success, drawing rave reviews from guests including, “we came expecting the best but it was better than we expected, it was phenomenal!”

The Klamathon Lodge is a beautiful Rocky Mountain style log cabin located on the banks of the most productive section of the Klamath River with a fabulous run just a few steps from the door. This full service facility caters to the most discriminating anglers and proprietors John and Robin Jaques are friendly, thoughtful hosts ensuring a relaxing stay for guests. The lodge features four guest rooms, a stunning grand room overlooking the river, big screen TV’s, a game room with a bar and pool table, and wi-fi. After fishing for steelhead you can enjoy a favorite beverage by the stone fire place, relax on a rocker on the expansive decks or take a jacuzzi under the stars.

The two night, two day December weekend includes demonstrations, on stream instruction with a two to one ratio of guests to guides with opportunities to cast for and catch both half-pounder and adult steelhead on the legendary Klamath River. All meals, snacks and non alcoholic beverages are provided as is transportation to the river, including boat access to prime runs each day. Rods, reels and lines as well as all terminal gear, including flies, are provided for guests to sample and use. This weekend is limited to eight anglers double occupancy, invite a friend. Priced at only $795. Contact us now while we still have spaces available!


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