The one river that is still in shape to fish is the Upper Klamath. Visibility is at least 3 - 4 feet, there are plenty of fish, and not a ton of pressure. Getting there can be difficult. The storms over the next few days should not affect the fishing negatively, but use caution when going up there. Black Rubberlegs and a red Copper John, or a Duracell have been top producers. Seriously, you shouldn't worry too much about what you are dropping below the Rubberlegs. The middle sections are fishing well too. The middle is great swing water. Brett's Klamath Intruder in olive and burnt orange is a killer pattern if you are not swinging a Copper Beaded Assassin. Again, keep your eyes open for the forecast and carry chains if you go.
• Clown Egg
• M.C. Redd Reaper - Champagne
• Micro Spawn - Shrimp Pink or Salmon Egg
• Boles Bazookas
• Pat's Rubberlegs - #4-8
• 3-D Nymphs - #8-10
• Red Copper Johns - #14-18
• Gordon's Amber Wing Prince - #14-18
• Articulated Marabou Leech
The big rains have the river pumping and cloudy as of now. If you do go up to find fish,......