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Six Rivers Northern California

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  • About Yourself
    fresh water is my first choice all ways chasing the perfect hole, or drifting a plug. Spinners are the choice in the 3 to 5 foot range. Panther Martins are my 1st choice, but always looking for new rivers, lakes, ponds, streams, hell I fish a bathtub, as long as there is fish. I am a rookie when it comes down to the ocean. I could use some hints. I live in the six rivers area northern California. So any hints love to toss some ideas around I am the guy.
  • Favorite species
    Rainbow trout, King salmon, Brown trout, Steelhead, large Bass, small mouth, Lake trout, sturgeon, catfish. Brook trout, Eagle lake trout, Coho salmon, Chinook salmon, Kokanee salmon, blue gill, stripe bass, Golden trout,
    (Want to catch), blue fin tuna, Dolphin tail, Red, eel, Grouper, Bone, rooster, any ocean fish.
  • Most Memorable Fish
    18lb Coho Salmon. 7lb Steelhead. 9lb Lake trout. 6 1/2lb Rainbow trout. 8lb Brown trout. 8 1/2lb Lake trout. 4lb Golden trout. 41/2lb Large mouth Bass. 3lb small mouth Bass. 10lb Steelhead. 10lb Chinook Salmon. 73/4lb Cutthroat trout. 4lb Bull Trout.
  • Dream Fishing Trip
    Florida. . . would be the ultimate hot spot for me, I love the warm weather. Almost every fish that I dream of catching, seems to be in some exotic place. The best fishing trip would be any were there biting. I would go any were with big fish and warm weather. Brazil would also be one of my top spots. Even though I love the warm, I would good to Alaska in a heart beat.
  • Best excuse you ever told someone to go fishing
    I am one of the lucky ones I have a girl that has no problem letting me go fishing. If I am not fishing, I am sleeping.
Comments (6 comments)
gomwitdawind (posted Jun 9, 2013)
catchoftheday4you (posted May 25, 2013)
"Life is like a tackle box. Just when you think you have everything you could possibly need in your arsenal of lures, baits, and other assorted odds and ends, you find yourself in a situation where you have to run out and get something else. So it is with life. Just when you think you've seen it all, done it all, and heard it all, something new happens. And afterwards, you store it away in the appropriate compartment, where it may or may not be used again."
catchoftheday4you (posted May 25, 2013)
For anglers across the North Coast, Memorial Day weekend provides an excellent opportunity to go fishing. With plenty of options on the table, the biggest decision might not be if you want to go - but where. Here are a few of the options that will hopefully make your decision a little easier this holiday weekend: o Razor Clam dig - Some of the year's best tides are rolling around this weekend. When the conditions have allowed it, the clamming has been phenomenal this year. Even though the ocean is forecasted to be a little rough this weekend, there should be plenty of clams. According to John Corbett of Eureka's Pacific Outfitters, if the ocean isn't calm, your best bet will be targeting the areas away from the water line. “Vibrations caused by the pounding waves keep their necks retracted, which makes them tough to spot near the breaking waves,” Corbett said. The lowest tides will be Sunday and Monday. Sunday's low is -2.2 feet at 7:28 a.m. Monday's tide is -2.1 at 8:17 a.m. Fishing hours are one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset. The limit is 20 and the first 20 clams dug must be retained regardless of size or broken condition.
catchoftheday4you (posted May 17, 2013)
I will be fishing all week on the klamath and i am exited to try my new spinning lures. UV from panther martin. Salmon is on there run. And i want at least a 20 pound daddy this time. I will be bank fishing so if you have any questions, or hints let me no.
catchoftheday4you (posted May 11, 2013)
The day i finely have the time to drop a line. For some reason they let the dam lose and river is flowing. Well im not going to let that stop me. I went out a couple of weeks ago and the water was almost as high at it is now, and i caught 10 or so 2 to 3 pounds steelies and a 6 to 7 pound papa. Mybe this time ill hook a 10 15 pounder, aint nothing going to stop me from fishing.
catchoftheday4you (posted Mar 15, 2012)
Fishing in the rough waters of the Klamath river this winter, was quite the experience. I lost my share of fish as the steelhead put up a great fight.
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