The Trinity has earned quite the reputation over the past 10 years as one of the premier rivers in the west to consistently catch native Pacific Steelhead. Located about 30 miles west of Redding, it originates below Lewiston lake and flows for over 150 miles before its confluence with the Klamath River. Our guides focus their efforts on the upper 50 to 75 miles, near the towns of Lewiston, Douglas City, Weaverville, and Junction City. The Trinity River sets itself apart from most other steelhead venues in the west because of the dependable runs of both wild and hatchery steelhead. These runs start as early as August and will continue into March. This is a small river in an intimate setting, making our trips even more memorable.





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