Been a very very busy couple of weeks!! I haven’t posted many reports because frankly, I’ve been too busy fishing, driving and sleeping. So…this is a catch-up post, of sorts, for those of you keeping track. The big news right now is the Klamath. The Salmonflies are out in abundance and I’ve seen some very [...]
Posts Tagged ‘PH2’
Brrrrr!! What a difference a couple of days can make in northern California! It was 38 degrees when Bruce and I suited up to fish the Wild Trout section of Hat Creek. Not surprisingly, there wasn’t a soul around at the PH2 riffle being that it was so cold and windy. After reviewing the techniques [...]
I fished Hat Creek on a busman’s holiday Friday…lot’s of fun! I fished mostly the PH2 riffle as there really wasn’t a crowd at all. There were mixed hatches which is normal at Hat Creek; PMDs, Callibaetis, a couple Green Drakes, several caddis species and I even saw a Salmonfly!
A challenge worth the effort!! Hat Creek is a beautiful, meandering spring creek like no other in northern California. The “trophy trout” section is usually where fly fishers concentrate and it’s where I do all of my guiding and fishing. The trophy trout section encompasses several miles of water between the outflow of power house [...]