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Klamath Falls Events

Please join the Hunting department to learn about the basics of�Assault Rifles.�They will also touch base on MSRs.
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Join the Camping department and learn all about the Honda generators we carry! Our friendly associates will help you find the correct generator to power your next adventure!
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Come join Stephen in the fishing department to learn how to fish as it gets later in the season.
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Fishing Report For Klamath Falls

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Tue, Jan 15, 2019
HOWARD PRAIRIE RESERVOIR: rainbow trout Expect snow for the weekend. Recent reports at Howard indicated that anglers couldn?t find any open water, but that the ice appeared too thin to ice fish. The access road to the dam remains locked. Anglers can still walk the shoreline and fish the point to the south of the dam. There is good bank access via BLM property on the NW side of the lake via the Keno Access Road, but no reports have come it whether there is any open water here either. Fall fingerling trout have been stocked this season. Please handle these undersized trout with care and release them unharmed. The shoreline near the dam and near Fawn Island can be very productive during periods of low water.
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Tue, Jan 15, 2019
HYATT LAKE: rainbow trout and largemouth bass Expect snow for the weekend. Hyatt Lake is frozen over and surrounded by snow. No reports have come in as to whether or not the ice is thick enough for ice fishing. Proceed at your own risk.
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Tue, Jan 15, 2019
J.C. BOYLE RESERVOIR (Topsy Reservoir): Largemouth bass, yellow perch, brown bullhead, pumpkinseed, crappie, goldfish, Sacramento perch, tui chub and blue chub Fishing is slow for all warmwater fish. Yellow perch are your best bet but they are not common in the reservoir. Water clarity is ideal. Abundant aquatic vegetation makes fish challenging in certain areas. Open and accessible all year. Water levels generally remain very similar and drop as the day progresses as water is released for power generation. There are numerous points of access on the reservoir as most property surrounding the reservoir is BLM or PacifiCorp property. There are three boat ramps on the reservoir. The BLM campground and boat ramp are open.
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Tue, Jan 15, 2019
KLAMATH RIVER: Native redband-rainbow trout, brown trout? Keno Dam to J.C Boyle Reservoir Catch rates are low due to very cold water temperatures (35 F). Access will be challenging due to snowy roads. Flows of 817 cfs cfs are a little high for a successful outing. Redband trout typically eat a varied diet in this reach. This includes eating large numbers of fat head minnows. Flies and lures that mimic minnows and sculpins work best this time of year. Also, this river has very abundant caddisflies and mayflies. Caddis larvae and pupae patterns work well. There are a large number of redband trout in the 12 to 16 inch size class. Eighteen-inch redband trout are also common. Water clarity is unusually clear. Wading this stretch is very challenging. ODFW highly recommends wading staff, wading belt, and boots with studs. Wearing polarized glasses can also assist with wading and seeing the bottom substrate. There have been a few reports of brown trout captured in this reach. If you catch a brown trout please take a picture and report to the Klamath Falls ODFW office at 541-883-5732 ext. 24. J.C. Boyle Dam to J.C Boyle Powerhouse Fishing is best below the spring inputs. The springs start to discharge into the river approximately one mile below J.C. Boyle Dam. This section of river requires a hike down steep grade to the river with the exception of the area just above the powerhouse. Fishing is slow for small redband trout for those willing to hike. Water temperatures in this reach are much higher this time of the year due to the reach dominated by springs. J.C. Boyle Powerhouse to State Line with California Open all year but access will be challenging due to muddy and snowy roads. Only 4X4 vehicles with excellent tires are recommended. Fishing is very slow during all daylight hours due to high flows and cold water temperatures. Flow estimates have been discontinued until next spring. Crayfish, isopods and aquatic annelids were found to be the most common food item along the margins of the river. Large attractor flies such and wooly buggers and rubber leg stoneflies work best. Crayfish imitations are also productive. Black spinners and Panther Martins can also work. Below the JC Boyle Powerhouse the redband-rainbow trout get slightly larger than the aforementioned reach and average 12-inches but rarely exceed 16-inches. Currently, most redband caught are in the 10- to 14-inch range.
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Tue, Jan 15, 2019
LAKE OF THE WOODS: hatchery rainbow trout, kokanee, hatchery brown trout, yellow perch, brown bullhead, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, crappie, tui chub The lake is frozen. Ice thickness is unknown, but ice fishing should be good later this year. Call Lake of the Woods Resort for recent reports and the condition of the ice Toll Free at 866-201-4194.
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Tue, Jan 15, 2019
SPRAGUE RIVER: redband trout, brown trout, largemouth bass, brown bullhead, yellow perch, and pumpkinseed Closed until April 22, 2019 to protect spawning redband trout. NORTH FORK SPRAGUE RIVER AND ALL TRIBUTARIES: brook trout, redband trout, brown trout, bull trout Open all year but snow will limit access to most areas on public land. Fishing is slow for redband trout with a few nice brown trout. Sculpins are very abundant in the river therefore sculpin patterns can work well for large redband and brown trout. Fishing streamers or spinners is the best method right now as water temperatures have cooled. Check stream level. The river is also very clear in this section. Best fishing is upstream of the 3411 road to Gearhart Creek. Access to this area can be difficult, as is wading through the high gradient areas. Larger brown trout and redband trout occur in this section. Fishing is slow around Sandhill Crossing Campground as water temperatures are near freezing. Fishing for brook trout is slow in the upper reaches of the river near Lee Thomas Campground. SOUTH FORK SPRAGUE RIVER AND ALL TRIBUTARIES: brook trout, redband trout, brown trout, bull trout The South Fork Sprague River is open to fishing all year but access is limited to most areas on public land. Fishing is very slow in most areas due to low fish densities. Fishing for brook trout is slow above Camp Creek and near the Corral Creek Campground. Brown trout density is highest below Camp Creek. Redband trout fishing is best above Buckboard Creek and near Blaisdell Crossing at the beaver dams. Flow has dropped at the USFS day use park east of Bly. Check stream level.
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Tue, Jan 15, 2019
UPPER KLAMATH AND AGENCY LAKES: native redband trout, yellow perch, kokanee, pumpkinseed, brown bullhead, tui chub and blue chub The lake has frozen again. Anglers may find open water near the outlet near Pelican Marina and Link River Dam. Fishing is very slow. The lake is 3.7 feet below full pool. Please remember that once you retain your one redband/rainbow trout limit you must stop fishing for redband/rainbow trout. Also, all radio tagged redband trout must be released unharmed.
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Tue, Jan 15, 2019
UPPER WILLIAMSON RIVER: redband trout and brook trout Closed until April 22 to protect spawning redband trout. Check stream levels. LOWER WILLIAMSON RIVER: redband trout and brown trout Closed until May 22 to protect spawning redband trout.
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Tue, Jan 15, 2019
WOOD RIVER: redband trout, brown trout, brook trout and bull trout Closed until April 22.
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About Sportsman's Warehouse Klamath Falls

Open since 2015, Sportsman’s Warehouse in Klamath Falls, OR is in the Klamath Basin, near Klamath Lake, Crater Lake, Mt. Shasta, the Cascade Mountains, and the Pacific Flyway. National Gunsmithing services are coming soon! If you like hunting, we’re here to get you all set up with everything you need. Popular pursuits include deer, elk, bear, pronghorn antelope, turkey, and waterfowl. If fishing is more your speed, we have all of your tackle to catch the bass, salmon, trout, steelhead, or saltwater species that you’re after. We also carry plenty of supplies for birdwatching, rafting, camping, hiking, and shooting. Our shop services are available to spool reels, mount and boresight rifle scopes, cut arrows, tune bows in our 10-yard archery lane, and anything covered by your Firearm Service Plan. Whether it’s a cold, snowy winter or warm summer day, we’ve got the seasonal accessories to fit your outdoor adventure. While you’re in the area, be sure to check out local events like the rodeos, Fair, and waterfowl migration.