Williamson River Report: Slab rainbows storm Chiloquin

The time to slam some Klamath-run rainbows on the Williamson River is now. Caddis Fly employee Ty Holloway and guide Barrett Christiensen and I visited the Williamson River Monday. We put the boat in at the public ramp in the town of Chiloquin and fished from Blue Hole to Waterwheel Park. The Williamson River report is much the same as it was last week: Huge picky trout, slow water, greasy beaks cutting the surface film. Ty caught fish on small soft-hackles and a slime line, but most of the fish were caught under indicators on mini-leeches and mega-prince flies. Get there early — it was pretty crowded on Monday.

Also, this time we didn’t forget the camera:

Williamson River Oregon Fly Fishing

Williamson River Oregon Fly Fishing

Williamson River Oregon Fly Fishing

Williamson River Oregon Fly Fishing

Williamson River Oregon Fly Fishing

Williamson River Oregon Fly Fishing

Williamson River Oregon Fly Fishing

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One Response to Williamson River Report: Slab rainbows storm Chiloquin

  1. Dwight Tullius says:

    I will be fishing the Williamson the 6th and 7th of Sept. what is the must have patterns to bring?

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