Bushwhacking to the Klamath River

Last weekend I headed up north to the Klamath River with my buddy Ryan Peterson and his friend Scott Tucker in search of winter steelhead. I’ve been to this river a lot. With the lack of rain throughout northern California the last couple of weeks, the Klamath offered the best river conditions out of any nearby watershed. We took it upon ourselves to do some exploring of new hard to reach river access points. This meant a lot of bushwhacking through thick blackberry patches and steep hikes down into the river valley. It’s a beautiful place. Bright neon green moss covers the jagged sedimentary rocks along the river bank. We made camp stream side where Ryan cooked a tri-tip for sandwiches over our campfire while Scott supplied us with fine Napa Valley Pinot Noir. It was so nice to be back in the mountains again. Alas, no steelhead would be landed this trip. Here are a couple photos I made during the weekend.

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4 Responses to “Bushwhacking to the Klamath River”

  1. BLUEANGLER says:

    great set! Mike

  2. Mike Greener says:

    Thanks Blue Angler. Thanks for looking. Hope all is well.

  3. Mark Johnston says:

    Yeah man, #2 is outstanding!

  4. Allison Youngern Photography says:

    Fantastic!!

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