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Klamath Fishing

Fishing in Klamath Basin

Among the abundant fishing opportunities in the Klamath region is Klamath Lake, nearly 30 miles long and up to eight miles wide, Upper Klamath Lake is the largest body of freshwater west of the Rockies.
Depth ranges from eight to 60 feet in a few isolated spots.

Rivers, creeks and springs feed the northern portion of the lake. The crystal clear water around Pelican Bay is home to a vast population of rainbow trout.

Fly fishermen from around the globe come here to catch some of the largest trout on the continent.
Record trout populate the rivers feeding Upper Klamath Lake.