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Trinity River Fishing Report

written by
E. B. Duggan, phone: 530-629-3554,
email: yen2fish@netzero.net
website: www.MyOutdoorBuddy.com

Good Fish’en and Good Luck but remember:
“Keep your tip up with a tight line lands fish.”

  • Fish Are Moving Into The Rivers
       SpringChinook salmon are in the Upper Trinity as well as in the Lower Klamath. Guides have been fishing the Klamath estuary since the first of the month but not a lot of reports. In talking with Allen Borges of Allen Borges Guide service, he was just setting up his fish camp. The report I received …

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  • Spring Chinook Fishing
       SpringChinook salmon fishing is going to be tough this year. Wednesday July 1st the In-River spring salmon fishing season will open on the Lower Klamath and the Upper Trinity. The Kamath will be open from the Weitchpec Bridge down to the mouth of the Klamath. Limit; one salmon only, 2 salmon in possession. (this means a …

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  • Summer Water & Fishing
       Happy Soltis, Saturday was the longest day of the year and officially the start of summer. It also was Father’s Day. We are now going into the HOT summer days so be careful when you jump into the lake or the river as it will be cold!   The Fourth of July Weekend is coming up …

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  • New Trinity River Fishing Regulations
       Sorry about no report last week but I couldn’t find anyone home for a report so I had nothing to report.July 1st, Trinity and Klamath Rivers will open for Spring Chinook salmon, the Trinity from the mouth of the South Fork up to Old Lewiston Bridge, the Klamath from Weitchpec Bridge down to the …

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  • Trinity River 2020
       The new fishing Regulations are out! July 1, Trinity River opens to fishing for Spring Chinook salmon; 1salmon (period) per day 2 in possession above the South Fork of the Trinity to Old Lewiston Bridge. September 1, Trinity opens to fishing for Fall Chinook salmon; 2 salmon per day, 1 adult and 1 jack …

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  • Where to Fish?
    With the COVID-19restrictions still in place where does one go to fish? That is the question? The water releases are on their way down but will still have some increases from rain and bump-ups for the Trinity releases. Right now, it is a hard answer for me as I have not heard from any of …

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  • Spring Water Releases are Still in Effect
      Spring water releases are still in effect and much of the Trinity is unfishable at this time. The valley had a little rain this pas t week but not enough to really help the river or the garden.   The coronavirus pandemic is still raising heck with the fishing on the Trinity and Klamath Rivers. The government …

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  • Water Releases are Up
     Both the Klamath and the Trinity are releasing water into the rivers making it almost impossible to fish and on top of that the coronavirus has us on “shelter in place”. This is a predicament I wouldn’t wish on anybody that fishes. How does one get to the rivers or the ocean when the government …

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