The past 3 weeks has been filled with weather, fish closures and a well rounded diversity of species.
Pacific halibut is officially closed till next year! As of now it seems the salmon are all south of Eureka, in Fort Bragg and Bodega Bay.
Rock fish and ling cod are still bitting well at the cape, Trinidad and Redding rock.
The ocean is looking rough through Friday potentially, so I will be trolling for spring run salmon at the estuary of the klamath river. We have had limits three days in a row and hoping there will be more to come.
Hello and welcome to the new fishing season with Lost Coast Sport Fishing in 2021. Rockfish and halibut will be opening on May first. We decided to under go a mandatory deck and fuel tank removal this winter. That being said, due to Covid, we are unfortunately behind in our project for the opener in may! We should be ready to fish starting the third week of may. We are and have been taking reservations for:
– Rockfish (May 1st – December 31st)
– Pacific halibut (May 1st until the quota is filled)
– Salmon (July 6th – 31st)
– California halibut, sharks and bat rays (year round)
– Albacore (August 1st – October 12th)
– Dungeness crab (November 1st – 30th)
Please feel free to call us or send us a message for more information.
The Fall fishing has been strong for weeks now! The Trinity and Klamath Rivers are pumping out great numbers of Steelhead and Salmon. Steelhead are ranging from 3 to 10 lbs and the salmon are anywhere from 6 to 30 lbs! With preventive fish kill flows at 1000 cvs till the 22nd of september, it looks like there will be no fish kill this season.
Limits of Salmon are coming to the boat daily! There seems to be more wild Steelhead around then hatchery. One out of every 10 Steelhead is a hatchery fish! Fresh fish are pushing though the Klamath River mouth every day!
My Name is Micah Woolworth, owner and operator of Rivers Edge Fishing Guide Adventures. I’ve been fishing for Salmon, Steelhead and Trout on the West Coast my whole life. The fever for fishing is something I was born with. Read more...