By: Alan Borges

Unlike the last few seasons this year’s salmon on the Klamath River aren’t holding up in pools. They are moving through the system fast. We are catching fish with sea lice 15 miles upriver. If fact, I caught my first fish with any color on it today. I think the water is cooler this time of year, due to the water releases from the Trinity River, and it’s pulling the salmon upriver faster, which is good thing because we want these fish to spawn.