The Klamath River boasts 40 miles of fishing opportunities in Oregon, though those in the know head to a six-mile section between the Keno Dam and the J.C. Boyle Reservoir. Bureau of Land Management. The Klamath River is an American river that flows 263 miles southwest through Oregon and Northern California, cutting through the Cascade Range to empty into the Pacific Ocean. The Klamath River is a place where we … A federally-designated “wild and scenic river”, the Link River connects Klamath Lake to Lake Ewauna, one of the most overlooked gems in the Klamath Basin. Klamath River fishing guides have seen a resurgence and the Klamath now supports a healthy run of Salmon and Steelhead once again due to tighter regulations. The Spit Area (within 100 yards of the channel through the sand spit formed at the Klamath River mouth) – 194 adults * From the Klamath … The... more » Kenny Priest: 10-1-2020: Fishing … Klamath Fall season begins on Aug. 15 and closes Dec. 31. The Klamath River is one of the region’s most scenic fishing spots. Many other rivers provide great fly fishing opportunities, but fly fishing the Link is darn-near impossible due to lack of wading access and thick foliage along the length of the river. The River near Klamath Falls, Oregon provides excellent Redband trout fishing with the lower river … Fishing has been tough on the lower Klamath,... more » Kenny Priest: 10-15-2020: Lower Klamath River Report The salmon action has slowed on the lower... more » Kenny Priest: 10-8-2020: Salmon Fishing Was Tough Over The Weekend Salmon fishing was tough over the weekend.