The Water Cooled Down Last Last Week

Klamath River - Lower - Klamath, CA (Humboldt County)

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by Kenny Priest
9-17-2020
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The water cooled down late last week and the river saw a real good push of fresh kings move in over the weekend. Just about all the boats reported limits of jacks and adults. With the cold water arriving on Monday from the Trinity, the fishing should remain good for the next few weeks. A few silvers have also been caught this week. As stated above, the lower river quota has been met. You can still retain two jacks along with two hatchery steelhead.



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