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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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From Matt Ramsey, who guides on the Willamette River:

“Had a great time fishing on the Willamette with Dan Kahn the other day. Would you please forward his shots to him. Fishing on the Willamette is very good right now. We’re running into a couple of steelhead each day and the trout action is great. Yesterday my dude got 3 including one on an October Caddis dry. Here are some open dates remaining on the calendar:

Oct 19, 25, 26, 31

Tight Lines!

Thanks Matt!

Give Charles a call at 800-552-2729 to book your trip on the Willamette River!

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From Pierce Clegg at Babine Norlakes Lodge:

“Hello all…

Great week, great anglers, new guests too which was fun plus one harp player, Dr. Buz Bricca, and a couple of guitar players so a couple of great campfire jams, late nights, slow mornings…you know the story. The river was continually dropping and very clear which made for spotting lots of steelhead although at times they were hard to catch. Spotted an absolutely huge buck somewhere between mid thirties to forty pounds…Franco Sirtori may have hooked it and with only three wraps left on the spool, well good bye steelhead.

Some dry line action but most were favouring various tips, of course, but the Skagit Extreme line continues to fish well and especially cast well. The fall colors are late this season so the river looks neon with color…see second photo. The first photo is Dave Mitchell with a fat buck landed at Beaver Flats. Still can’t fish Rude Awakening due to heavy flows but Dave was game to try it with me and we both thought better of it after a few casts.

Babine Steelhead Lodge pulled their last guests today so the next four weeks of our season will be extra special with so much river to fish…we have two openings; Oct 19-25 and Oct 26 to Nov 1.

Nick Anderson was the lucky angler of the week to land a 25 pound buck…I’ll have a photo of it in next week’s report. It’s always exciting to see the big fish in the river, and even more exciting to hook one…most of the big ones just win the battle so each week is full of those sorts of stories.

The steelhead are starting to porpoise, roll and play…but this last week some of the anglers thought they were just flipping us off for trying to catch them when they didn’t want to bite…lots of taps, bumps, grabs and plucks but no magic bullet fly to convince them to take. Lots of moving fish in the last few days as well so next week will be a new week with new fish and new excitement. The snow is not far away but the camp grounds are muddy from melting snow flakes and cold drizzle…kind of like steelhead fall weather to some and crazy to others.

Probably the best news is a good die off of wild stock sockeye that spawn just above the weir…there are lots of carcasses, much more than I have witnessed in years so the bears are showing up and all fish and wildlife are enjoying the fruits of a salmon life cycle so precious to the overall eco system. Darren snuck up on a 1000 plus pound Grizzly at Boat Wreck…there are many signs that the bears are taking advantage of the dead and near dead salmon…so many rocks have the bear paw, toe and claw marks so we know we are on a wild river. A dead bald eagle was found at Joe’s Shoot…most likely killed by another eagle as we can see the constant aerial battles especially on those cold windy days when they like to fly high and soar.”

Can’t wait to see what happens next. – Pierce

Thanks Pierce!

Give us a call at 800-552-2729 to book your trip to Babine Norlakes Lodge next year.

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I just spoke to Erik Aune, co-owner of North Platte Lodge in Wyoming. The North Platte Lodge guides are currently enjoying some outstanding fishing right now and expect this to continue through the rest of October. The big brown trout are trying to bulk up in preparation for spawning and all fish in the river seem to be getting ready for winter, i.e. eating like crazy! Although the most productive fishing is with a streamer right now, most days still have a dry fly window and streamers are producing the biggest brown trout of the year.

We have good availability at the lodge through October, so give Charles a call at 800-552-2729 if you’re interested in chasing some trophy trout this month!




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Grande Ronde steelhead season is in full swing (pun intended). Scott O’Donnell and his Speywater guide team have begun their float trip season and have been doing quite well.

We have recently had a few cancellations come open at the Speywater Lodge near the end of this month.

October 20 – 24 – 2 spots available
October 24 – 28 – 1 spot available

The above trips cost $1,350/person for a 4 night/3 day package

Included: Accommodations and meals at lodge, guided fishing, flies and leaders.
Not Included: Airfare, rental car, gratuities, fishing licenses, gratuities, alcohol.

Give Charles a call at 800-552-2729 to claim your spot on the Grande Ronde this year!


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This is rare opportunity to spend five full days fishing the upper and lower Copper River in BC during the classified season.

October 16-22, two spots available.

Three days upper Copper (walk and wade or heli-in float trip)

Two days middle/lower copper, drive in day floats.

5 day 6 night package, $4700 CND plus 6% HST.

Optional helicopter time not included.


Give Ken a call at 800-552-2729 to take advantage of this great offer!

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We have just had one spot open up on the Grande Ronde River with Scott O’Donnell and his Speywater Guide Team. At $1,600 for a 3 night/4 day float trip this represents one of the highest values available in the world of steelhead fly fishing.

This one spot is available to some lucky angler for just $800!! A 50% discount is as good as it will ever get for a trip on one of the Pacific Northwest’s premier summer steelhead rivers with a guide crew that is second-to-none!

Itinerary:
Tuesday, October 11th:         Arrive Boggan’s Oasis on the Grande Ronde.
Wednesday – Friday,
October 12th – 14th:                 Three full days of guided steelhead fishing. Overnight at a different streamside camp each night.
Saturday, October 15th:      Full day of steelhead fishing. Arrive at the take-out in the afternoon.

Cost of this trip = $800

Included: Accommodations and meals on float trip, camping gear for float trip (except sleeping bags and pads), guided fishing, flies and leaders.
Not Included: Airfare, rental car, gratuities, pre and post float accommodations at Boggan’s & first morning’s breakfast for floaters, shuttle fee (on float trips) fishing licenses, gratuities, alcohol.




Give Charles a call at 800-552-2729 to take advantage of this great offer!

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