Trinity River Fishing Report 1/22/24
The Trinity River is one of the most productive steelhead fisheries in the Pacific Northwest. Boasting strong returns of both wild and hatchery steelhead through the late summer months and well into the spring months. One of the most overlooked season here is late winter and early spring. February and March can provide some excellent opportunity to catch and release steelhead on the Trinity river. Many of our guided fly fishing trips on the Trinity take place in the Douglas City, Weaverville and Junction City areas. February and March can even offer anglers the opportunity to catch steelhead on dry flies, which is a very unique and uncommon event on most steelhead fisheries. As these steelhead fishing their annual spawning migration by mid-march, they begin to feed much more like trout on the rivers insect hatches and this behavior can deliver some very memorable moments in February and March!
The current Trinity River fishing report is looking very good. Lot’s of rain has been hitting us here in Northern California and for those willing to brave the weather, teh fish have been cooperating. We’re seeing great numbers of fish with no reason tho think things will slow down over teh next two months.
If you have any questions regarding current river conditions or trinity river fishing reports, please feel free to write us a message or give us a call.
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